"The biggest struggle for Korean families living in America is the language barrier between the first generation and the second generation. That is, the generational gap resulting from the Korean mentality of the Konglish-speaking parents and the American mentality of the English-speaking second generation children continue to build a barrier between them."
The family has the greatest influence on an individual's life. We are born into a family, and none of us get to choose which one.
That is why family members experience a vicious cycle of disagreement and reconciliation on a daily basis.
The family life of Americanized second generation Korean-Americans and their first generation Korean parents, who remain Korean more or less, is particularly more unique and special.
In this episode, second generation Korean-Americans share touching stories about their relationships with their first generation parents and third generation children.