But I think diaspora is as much about movement as it is about rooting—in a physical space or culture, as an individual or in a group, by choice or not. Movement doesn't exist on its own. With movement, there is also some kind of stillness.
"Creating a Digital Magazine for Korean Stories"
Inside Out with Jane Z. Podcast, Ep. 11 (Feb 2021)
Many diasporic Koreans reference 'han' as a part of their life, expression, or experience, but how does it persist today? What are the political, social, and cultural issues underlying this feeling or concept, and how does it bring all of us together or not?
... I also think that as long as those of us in the diaspora exist as visible 'others' in and because of a white supremacist system, it can also feel impossible to talk about how we move through the world without having Korean identity preface everything.