Many young teenagers are concerned with who they truly and where to base their standards. It becomes very difficult in today’s society to truly know and understand one’s true identity. What is the most important thing? What truly defines who you are? People, especially teenagers should not feel so much pressure and be confident in what they have and can do without comparing it to others.
Korean American teenagers straddle a cultural divide.
Identity is multifaceted, and ethnicity is only one aspect of it.
Parental academic ideas can cause students anguish.
I’ve learned more about Korean language through dramas than through Korean school.
Korean pop culture is taking America by storm and bringing the language with it.
While Konglish can bridge gaps, it can also reduce understanding.