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  1. The Korean diaspora consists of around 7.3 million people, both descendants of early emigrants from the Korean Peninsula, as well as more recent emigrants from Korea. Around 84.5% of overseas Koreans live in just five countries: China, the United States, Japan, Canada, and Uzbekistan.

  2. Further driven by the crisis, some 80,000 North Koreans illegally moved to neighboring China, while some 26,000 managed to arrive in South Korea. In total, the present diaspora of North Korea probably consists of some 150,000 to 160,000 peo­ple, including mostly overseas laborers and refugees.

  3. Asian diasporas. Diasporas by country of origin. North Korean people. Korean diaspora. Hidden category: CatAutoTOC generates no TOC.

  4. It may be helpful to think of the North Korean diaspora as one of two parallel networks that together comprise North Korea's global presence. One of these networks is chiefly composed of diplomats and overseas workers; this network of people is projected by the state and remains affiliated with it (Hastings 2016; East-West Center and National ...

  5. The racialization of North Koreans in South Korea: diasporic co-ethnics in the South Korean ethnolinguistic nation. While racialization is commonly associated with perceived phenotypical differences, this article introduces the phenomenon of co-ethnic racialization via linguistic differentiation. Based on long-term ethnographic fieldwork, I ...

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