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From Thug Life To A Chef’s Knife: A Korean-American Adoptee’s Success Story | ASIAN BOSS

Published on 18 Jan 2019 / In

Meet Chef D, a Korean-American adoptee, who was deported back to Korea and later opened a Mexican restaurant in Seoul.

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