List of KoreAm Journal front covers


List of KoreAm Journal front covers

This is a list of covers associated with KoreAm Journal. KoreAm Journal is a monthly magazine that highlights the news, stories and issues of Korean Americans that is written entirely in English. KoreAm Journal has featured Korean Americans such as Margaret Cho, John Cho and Grace Park. In addition, KoreAm has covered Korean American Topics such as the Virginia Tech massacre, Korean Americans affected by Hurricane Katrina and Korean American single mothers

Front cover or topic listing

1999

* February 1999 - comedian Margaret Cho
* March 1999 - Stephano Park, a homosexual Korean American
* April 1999 - Bok Hung Chung, a.k.a. "Mama", a popular Korean immigrant grocer in South Central Los Angeles who was murdered
* May 1999 - figure skater Naomi Nari Nam
* June 1999 - Korean American novelists
* July 1999 - racially mixed Korean Americans
* August 1999 - popular Korean and Korean American websites
* September 1999 - Novelist Chang-Rae Lee
* October 1999 - Where are all the good Korean men?
* November 1999 - No Gun Ri incident from the Korean War
* December 1999-actor Rick Yune

2000

* January 2000 - Architect Vernon Pounds
* February 2000 - Love, Korean American Style
* March 2000 - Violinist Sarah Chang
* April 2000 - model Sung Hi Lee
* May 2000 - Korean American adoptees
* June 2000 - Tragedies and Triumphs of the Korean War
* July 2000 - baseball player Hee Seop Choi
* August 2000 - actor Will Yun Lee
* September 2000 - Tae Kwon Do athletes Esther Kim and Kay Poe
* October 2000 - Hollywood producer Patrick Choi
* November 2000 - comedians Tina Kim, Thomas Yeon and Esther Park-Goodhart
* December 2000 - politician T.S. Chung

2001

* January 2001 - Korean American pioneers: actor Soon Tek Oh, journalist Kyung Won Lee, Olympic diver Sammy Lee, and Navy Officer Susan Ahn Cuddy
* February 2001 - Korean American Male-Female Relationships
* March 2001 - Entrepreneur Young Paik
* April 2001 - News anchor JuJu Chang
* May 2001 - Cartoonist Lela Lee
* June 2001 - Korean American Philanthropists
* July 2001 - Korean American restaurateurs Michelle Chun and Eva Chun
* August 2001 - actress Nicole Bilderback
* September 2001 - College Life of Korean Americans
* October 2001 - Korean Americans affected by September 11 terrorist attacks
* November 2001 - Korean Americans working in Hollywood behind-the-scenes
* December 2001 - comedian Bobby Lee and models Cathy Shim, Lorabel Rey and Tia Kai

2002

* January 2002 - Janet Choi of MTV's "The Real World"
* February 2002 - FBI agent Steve Noh
* March 2002 - golfer Kevin Na
* April 2002 - 10 year anniversary of 1992 Los Angeles Civil Disturbance
* May 2002 - author Helie Lee
* June 2002 - Korean Americans imprisoned for murder
* July 2002 - 2002 FIFA World Cup coverage
* August 2002 - comedian Margaret Cho
* September 2002 -singer Amerie
* October 2002 - classical music group Ahn Trio
* November 2002 - actor Rick Yune
* December 2002 - LPGA golfers Grace Park, Se Ri Pak, Mi Hyun Kim and Hee-Won Han

2003

* January 2003 - 100 year anniversary of Korean immigration to America
* February 2003 - "Better Luck Tomorrow" actors Sung Kang, Roger Fan and Parry Shen
* March 2003 - MLS Soccer player Hong Myung-Bo
* April 2003 - Hee Pok Kim, member of Bus Riders Union
* May 2003 - banker Ben Hong
* June 2003 - Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O
* July 2003 - News anchor Liz Cho
* August 2003 - rap music group Far East Movement
* September 2003 - comic book artist Jim Lee
* October 2003 - actress Lindsay Price
* November 2003 - Joseph Hahn of Linkin Park
* December 2003 - Korean Americans in New York Theater

2004

* January 2004 - actor Will Yune
* February 2004 - Freestyle skier Toby Dawson
* March 2004 - Korean American comedians Steve Byrne, Amy Anderson and Ken Jeong
* April 2004 - Michelle Wie
* May 2004 - Korean Americans in Poetry and Spoken Word
* June 2004 - Jaden Kim of United States Marines
* July 2004 - actor John Cho
* August 2004 - Ha Seung-Jin of the Portland Trail Blazers
* September 2004 - actress Sonja Sohn
* October 2004 - actress Yunjin Kim and actor Daniel Dae Kim of "Lost"
* November 2004 - Janice Min, editor of "Us Weekly"
* December 2004 - Korean American single mothers

2005

* January 2005 - music performer/producer Jin Young Park
* February 2005 - singer/songwriter Susie Suh
* March 2005 - filmmaker Michael Kang and actor Sung Kang at Sundance Film Festival
* April 2005 - Brea, CA police officer Irene Crews
* May 2005 - skater Stephanie Limb
* June 2005 - Korean Americans in need of a bone marrow match
* July 2005 - baseball player Chan Ho Park of the Texas Rangers
* August 2005 - actress Sandra Oh
* September 2005 - NFL player Hines Ward of the Pittsburgh Steelers
* October 2005 - Korean Americans affected by Hurricane Katrina
* November 2005 - economist Sung Won Sohn
* December 2005 - Korean Americans practicing Christianity

2006

* January 2006 - painter David Choe
* February 2006 - U.S. speed skater Halie Kim
* March 2006 - tennis player Kevin Kim
* April 2006 - actress Grace Park
* May 2006 - soccer player Ji-Sung Park/2006 FIFA World Cup preview
* June 2006 - actors Jung Jae Lee and Dong Gun Jang from the Korean film Typhoon
* July 2006 - actors Sung Kang, Leonardo Nam, and Brian Tee
* August 2006 - NFL player Will Demps
* September 2006 - actor Daniel Dae Kim
* October 2006 - music group Yeah Yeah Yeahs
* November 2006 - MTV personality SuChin Pak
* December 2006 - actress Jane Kim

2007

* January 2007 - college football player Emmanuel Moody of the University of Southern California
* February 2007 - Yul Kwon, winner of reality-television series
* March 2007- Nikki Lee, a documentary film-maker/artist
* April 2007- actress Moon Bloodgood
* May 2007- Virginia Tech massacre
* June 2007- Rain (singer)
* July 2007 - free style skier Toby Dawson
* August 2007 - comedian Margaret Cho
* September 2007 - actor Will Yun Lee
* October 2007 - street barnd designer Bobby Hundreds
* November 2007 - fashion designer Joy Han
* December 2008 - 2008 LPGA Rookie of the Year Angela Park

2008

* January 2008 - indie pop-rock duo Meg and Dia Frampton
* February 2008 - Pop Artist Tim Hwang (Korean Name Hwang Young Min)
* March 2008- Actor John Cho
* April 2008- Business Woman Shelly Hwang founder of Pinkberry
* May 2008- The Gosselin Family from the TV series Jon & Kate Plus 8
* June 2008- Indie folk musician Priscilla Ahn
* July 2008- UFC fighter B. J. Penn
* August 2008-
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* October 2008-
* November 2008-
* December 2008-

ee Also

* KoreAm Journal
* Korean American
* Koreans
* List of Korean Americans
* Korean adoptee


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