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South Korean surge

South Koreans have become the number one group of immigrants moving to New Brunswick and many are calling Moncton home. The CBC's Marc Genuist spoke with Cheon-Ae Park of the Moncton Korean Association. Guest-host Khalil Akhtar spoke with Justin Ryan who is the public education coordinator at the Multicultural Association of Greater Moncton.

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