The Han Family
David Han – Los Angeles, California
The meaning of my family to me is love and hope. Family doesn’t always have to be blood related. It can be anyone who supports you, care for you, and love you.
I was born in Busan, South Korea. My father was abusive and a drunk. He would always come home drunk and never was really there for the family or make money to help out. I still remember and have memories of my father abusing my mother and sometimes me even though I was a baby. My mom couldn’t handle the domestic violence at home anymore. She decided to moved to the United States for a better life for her and for me and my sister. We were very poor and we couldn’t afford to get on a plane and fly to the United States. She found a way from Korea to the U.S. The trip from Korea to the U.S. was very difficult and hard considering we didn’t take a plane. It was more difficult for my mom because she took me and my sister with her. Click her to find out how the Han family came to the US! http://bit.ly/YkGG2TTags: nakasec, submission, thisismyfamily