How to celebrate Korean-American day

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Did you know that today is Korean American Day? As it happens, January 13 was the day in 1903 that 102 Korean immigrants arrived in Hawaii (there are now almost two million Korean Americans, according to Korea Report).

If you missed the performances at Daley Plaza earlier this afternoon, here are a few ways you can commemorate the occasion:

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