"American Kimchi Bop"- A 10 Year Old Boy's Immigration from Korea to America
A signed book with beautiful illustrations by acclaimed artist Dominic Pangborn with an additional 50 pages of Pangborn art.
In this autobiographical book, Dominic Pangborn describes in very moving detail his journey from Korea to America when he was 10 years old.
His father was an American GI during the Korean War and his mother was a Korean villager. Kimchi is fermented cabbage which is a traditional Korean vegetable. Bop means a mixture or stir fry. So Dominic sees himself as American Kimchi Bop!
The challenges he faced along the way are beautifully illustrated throughout the book and capture the emotion and turmoil he experienced as a young boy in South Korea and America.
Today he is an internationally acclaimed artist, designer, author, speaker and humanitarian. Pangborn's life story is a must read for anyone needing inspiration about overcoming life challenges. As an added feature, the book includes 50 pages of Pangborn's amazing art at the end.