In this particular paper, we are going to look at the challenges and the difficulties that the Koreans faced whereas in the United States. Some of these challenges included, economical challenges, and the change of their language also became one of their challenges that they faced while in tier new country, the struggle to the access to the education for their children, the change in their culture and even the difficulties of adaptation and integration in their new environment4. These, are going to be discussed in the text and later to look at the way they are trying to catch up with life in the United States to date.
The immigrants were the typical Korean of who were used to speaking the Korean languages in their country. When they came to the United States, the language obstacle became the main challenge that the first Korean immigrants experienced in their new country5. As much as they were being taught English as foreign language in their country, they were only allowed to remember the terminologies and the grammatical rules in the language, this did not give them the opportunity to be able to put into practice, listen in and converse with any of the native English speaker so as to enable them to develop their skills in the English language6.
With this language hurdle among the immigrants, they could not be able to get the high level opportunities in the job market and thus it left them with the low level positions in the workplaces as the farm workers and even stone diggers. This was because, they could not correspond to the American employers or the service providers effectively to pass their information across to be understood well enough by their employers, and because of this, the employers ended up placing them at the low level where it needs no much communication skills to the managerial section7.
As much as the Koreans immigrants were not good in the languages in the United States, they could not be able to attend the classes offered to them for the purpose of improving their communication skills. This was because, they were too busy on their daily duties of farming and any other activities that they could not spare time to go and learn the language8. This was even tricky as they could not abandon the job as it was the only sources of income to maintain the family.
Other than the challenge of the language, the immigrants also faces the difficulties of being too attached to their country, society and their culture. This is because, the Koreans have the majority of the harmonized societies in the whole world where as that of the United States is of culturally diverse. This is seen from the ethnic and the cultural points of view, this is to the contrary of the United Sta