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Immigrants #241081

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 02, 1975
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(Studio) Immigrant reaction to United States life has been reported.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Los Angeles, California) Koreans in Los Angeles featured. Koreans most recent sizeable group of immigrants, except for South Vietnam refugees. 60,000 live in Koreatown, in Los Angeles. Many like United States life. [Karate studio owner Yong Kil KIM - says Koreans like United States lifestyle.] Karate studio shown. All not like Kim. Unemployment high among Korean immigrants. [Newspaper editor Young CHUH - notes problems.] Mrs. Hang Kim cited. Language is her problem. Koreans want to be Americans, but hate to see Korean ways going. [California State College professor Yung KIM - talks of Vietnamese refugees.] Protestant religious service shown. Koreans sing familiar hymn in Korea
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Mudd, Roger

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