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THE PROUD STORIES OF KOREAN AMERICAN PATRIOTS

Park, Don-wook

Park, Don-wook: He contributed independence funds as a member of the Korean National Association. He initially joined and participated in the Korean National...

Park, Sang-ha

Park, Sang-ha: He participated as a Hawaii representative at the Central Congress of the Korean National Association. Starting as an active member with Korean National...

Park, Soon-dong

Park, Soon-dong: He joined military operation NAPKO project as a student soldier. Park was conscripted as a student soldier for fighting Japan in Asia. He and his pal...

Park, Yong-man

Park, Yong-man: He served the independence movement by raising youth troops on American soil. Park went to Japan in his teens and finished middle school there. After he...

Park, Won-gul

Park, Won-gul: He participated in Korean National Association and the Korean United Committee in America. He came to Hawaii in 1905 at the age of 21 after he learned...

Park, Hyung-moo

Park, Hyung-moo: He participated in NAPKO Project and published Free Korean Press. Park was initially conscripted into Japanese forc- es fighting in Southeast Asia when...

Park, Won-shin Kang

Park, Won-shin Kang: She collected independence funds through Korean Women’s Patriotic League. She is a sister-in-law of Sarah Kang. She came to Hawaii in 1905. She...

Park, Chong-soo

Park, Chong-soo: Park performed a battalion commander for the Greater Korean People’s Army in Hawaii. Park hailed from Pyongyang. In Hawaii, he acted as a battalion...

Baek, Woon-taek

Baek joined Park, Yong-man’s Army in 1914 by actively involving and carrying out vari- ous posts including collecting independence funds for the Korean independence...

Park, Hee-sung

Park, Hee-sung: Pilot license #1 from the Provisional Government. Park, Hee-sung is a younger brother of Park, Hee-do who was a Christian delegate and one of 33...