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THE PROUD STORIES OF KOREAN AMERICAN PATRIOTS

Bang, Hwa-joong

Bang, Hwa-joong: He performed a fact-finding survey of Korean immigrants in Mexico. Bang served as an editor for Gong Nip Shin Bo during 1905 through 1907 including his...

Bahng, Sa-gyum

Bahng, Sa-gyum: He described Korean independence movement works in his life-time dairy.   Bahng, Sa-gyum aka Samuel Bahng arrived in Hawaii 1904 at the age of 23....

Paik, Earl-ku

Paik, Earl-ku: He guided the Korean independence as a second-in-command at the Korean National Association. Paik, Earl-ku was a second-in-command at Korean National...

Byun, Il-seo

Byun, Il-seo: He participated in the NAPKO Project as a U.S. Serviceman. He  previously studied at  Keio  and  Nanjing. He came to America in 1922 to study at...

Seo, Jae-geun

Seo, Jae-geun: He donated independence funds as an independence newspaper promoter. Starting in 1910 through 1944, Seo worked hard for Korean National Association in...

Shin, Sang-geun

Shin, Sang-geun: He worked at the U.S. Committee in the Provisional Government in Shanghai. Beginning in 1942, Shin delivered speeches at many parts in American cities...

Shin, Hyung-ho

Shin, Hyung-ho: He served as an instructor at the Korean Youth Military School and as a correspondent at North America Committee. Shin served as an instructor at the...

Byun, Joon-ho

Byun, Joon-ho: He staged an anti-Japanese struggle through his socialist state movement. Byun was a progressive journalist and he fought an independence fight as a...

Philip Jaisohn

Philip Jaisohn: He is the celebrated Korean Independence Movement Leader. Dr. Philip Jaisohn, aka So, Jae-pil, was a trailblazer for early Korean enlightenment and...

Sohn, Duk-yin

Sohn, Duk-yin: He supported by collecting the Independence movement in Hawaii. He organized in supporting the independence funds for the Provisional Government in...