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THE PROUD STORIES OF KOREAN AMERICAN PATRIOTS

Song, Suk-joon

Song, Suk-joon: He became an editor-in-chief of Gong Lip Newspaper after founding the Gong Lip Hyup Hoe. He came to America in 1903. In 1904, he closely worked with Ahn...

Song, Chong-ik

Song, Chong-ik: He was a huge leader for Hung Sa Dahn and Korean National Association. He came to America in 1906 to study. Song was a  big shot in Korean community....

Song, Chul

Song, Chul: He was a life-time backer for Syngman Rhee’s Korean independence. His adoration and respect for Dr. Syngman Rheee was unmeasured as he selflessly dedicated...

Rev. Song, Hun-young

Rev. Song, Hun-young: He supported Dr. Syngman Rhee through Dong Ji Hoe. He came to America in 1932 with the help of an American missionary.  Upon arrival, he met...

Song, Hurn-joo

Song, Hurn-joo: He was entrusted with a colossal mission for all important Korean independence movement for over 40 years. Song, Hurn-joo’s unwavering endeavors for...

Shin, Kwang-hee

Shin, Kwang-hee: He worked for the independence movement in America after he came from Mexico. He initially came to Yucatan, Mexico as a slave laborer in a farm. After a...

Shim, Young-shin Cho

Shim, Young-shin Cho: She took the lead of the Korean independence movement through the Korean Women’s Association. She came to Hawaii in 1916 as a widow with her...

Ahn, Young-ho

Ahn, Young-ho: He worked at Korean National Association as a younger cousin of Dosan Ahn Chang Ho. Dosan Ahn Chang Ho invited him in 1905 at age twelve and he attended a...

Ahn, Won-kiu

Ahn, Won-kiu: He was president of Korean National Association in Hawaii. He arrived in Hawaii as an immigrant laborer toward  the  end  of  the  Korean  empire....

Ahn, Jae-duk

Ahn, Jae-duk: He collected independence funds through Korean National Association in Hawaii. He worked for the most part in Hawaii for the Korean National Association...