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By Luke Ik-Chang Kim, MD, Ph.D
[1-2 A] Young Ho Kim, my paternal grandfather,
[1-2B] Young Hwa Kim, my paternal grandmother,
[1-3 A] Ha Ryung Choo, my maternal grandfather,
[1-3 B] Nak Kyung Kim, my maternal grandmother,
[2-7] Reverend Han Kyung-Jik and his church:
[2-15] The Sinuiju student uprising incident:
[2-18] My father’s diary on his escape by sea:
[2-20] Our life in Seoul prior to the Korean War:
[3-10] The Ship of Miracles:
Family Life after the Korean War (1953-1962)
[5-2] Family Members
[6-5] Grace’s encounter with orphaned teenagers:
[6-9] Another medical internship in California:
[6-18 A] David Sung Chul Kim ( ):
[6-18 B] Daniel Sungwoo Kim ( ):
[6-20] Final Word
Reference
Pictures
Appendix
2. Curriculum Vitae of Luke Ik-Chang Kim
3. C.V. of Grace Sangok Kim
5. Korea and Korean People
6. KOREAN ETHOS
7. East and West difference
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The autobiographical work by Dr. Luke Kim
describes his life throughout the turbulent
20th and into 21st century in Korea, Japan
and the United states. The book is modest
in size, but rich in content. It can be divided
into three periods: early life in Northernmost
Korea until age 15; the second period in
Seoul where he experienced the very
destructive Korean War, during which
he lost his mother who was kidnapped
by North Korean security agents, and we
never heard from her, nor any news about
her ever since 1950; Then his coming to
America at age 26 in 1956.
The autobiographical work by Dr. Luke Kim
describes his life throughout the turbulent
20th and into 21st century in Korea, Japan
and the United states. The book is modest
in size, but rich in content. It can be divided
into three periods: early life in Northernmost
Korea until age 15; the second period in
Seoul where he experienced the very
destructive Korean War, during which
he lost his mother who was kidnapped
by North Korean security agents, and we
never heard from her, nor any news about
her ever since 1950; Then his coming to
America at age 26 in 1956.

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