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    Korean American Deli Owner Is A Calligrapheri
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    February 07, 2013 11:57 PM
    Kwon Myoung-Won from Korea works hard, like many immigrants, running a small business for long hours every day. But he never lost his passion for the calligraphy he began doing as a boy. Although few may know about this art, some of his works are displayed in museums and galleries across the US and around the world. VOA’s June Soh visited Kwon’s convenience store in the Washington suburbs, where his art flourishes.

    Korean American Deli Owner Is A Calligrapher

    Published February 07, 2013

    Kwon Myoung-Won from Korea works hard, like many immigrants, running a small business for long hours every day. But he never lost his passion for the calligraphy he began doing as a boy. Although few may know about this art, some of his works are displayed in museums and galleries across the US and around the world. VOA’s June Soh visited Kwon’s convenience store in the Washington suburbs, where his art flourishes.


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