Arlington, Virginia (PRWEB) April 09, 2014
Just this past month, the Korean community was able mobilize their constituent group to make a monumental change in the way Korean history is taught in school: Any school textbook reference in the state of Virginia to the body of water between Korean and Japan, formerly known as the Sea of Japan, is now set to be called the East Sea. This is a demarcation of the great power of the Korean community within Virginia and its recent growth.
In response to this budding Korean community, Portner & Shure has recently added three new members to their Korean department to better serve this powerhouse group: Ms. Ailee Song, Ms. Aimee Kim, and Mr. Seunghun Kim. Ms. Song and Ms. Kim both are students at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and Mr. Kim is a student at Towson University.
Sheehy Kim, the head of Portner & Shure’s Korean Department, was available for comment: “The community within Virginia has been growing for many years now. This demonstration shows the power of the Korean population and the influence they have within them.” Portner & Shure has been actively involved and supporting the Korean community for many years and is growing every day to better serve the Koreans of Virginia.