Koryo Saram: 4th Generation Redefines Korean 'Roots'

Koryo Saram: 4th Generation Redefines Korean 'Roots'

Jieun Choi
Jieun Choi

His mother tongue is Russian. His ancestors left Korea to settle in Uzbekistan. Now, a fourth generation Koryo Saram is ‘back’ in the land of his great grandparents.

Check out the Koryo Saram video series from Korea Exposé:

  1. Between the Former USSR and Korea
  2. Korean Noodles from Kazakhstan
  3. 4th Generation Redefines Korean ‘Roots’

For early video releases, subscribe to our YouTube channel. Read more about Koryo Saram in South Korea: ‘Korean’ but Struggling to Fit in

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