A Girl from Busan : A Memoir

Okhui Lee

05-07-24

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Nonfiction/Biography & Autobiography

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05-07-24

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Nonfiction/Biography & Autobiography

Description

A Girl from Busan is an enthralling autobiographical narrative that chronicles the life of Okhui Lee, a remarkable woman who defied immense obstacles, challenging the stereotypical image of a Korean immigrant in her quest to overcome her family’s curse of drug addiction.

Okhui’s journey paints a poignant and sobering portrait of a vibrant young Korean woman who arrived in the United States in the 1960s and forged an unconventional path to raise her family. The book is a treasure trove of personal anecdotes and intimate moments that put Okhui’s inner strength to the ultimate test. Her life journey takes her from being a highly sought-after Hollywood burlesque dancer to a thriving nightclub owner in Waikiki, ultimately unveiling her true calling as a mother and her dedication to her family. Her unwavering faith becomes a guiding light in saving her eldest son from the clutches of drug addiction.

A Girl from Busan weaves a rich tapestry of experiences that are not only deeply personal but universally relatable to people from all walks of life. Okhui Lee delves into the struggles of immigration, cultural differences, and the heart-wrenching pain of addiction and loss. Throughout it all, Okhui’s story conveys a message of hope and faith, demonstrating that even the most formidable challenges can be surmounted. Her life is an inspiration, serving as a beacon of hope for those facing adversity.

Readers can look forward to a beautifully crafted memoir that is not only inspirational but also culturally illuminating. What sets Okhui’s story apart is its genuine and open-hearted portrayal as she fearlessly shares the most personal moments of her life, allowing a level of transparency that is often rare in Asian literature and media.

A Girl from Busan is a courageous, comical, and often moving memoir that offers a candid glimpse into the life of a woman who confronted tremendous adversity and emerged as the matriarch of her family. This book is a must-read for anyone in search of a story of resilience, faith, and the indomitable human spirit.

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Language English
Release Day May 6, 2024
Release Date May 7, 2024
Release Date Machine 1715040000
Imprint Made for Success
Provider Made for Success
Categories Biographies & Memoirs, Women
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Overview

A Girl from Busan is an enthralling autobiographical narrative that chronicles the life of Okhui Lee, a remarkable woman who defied immense obstacles, challenging the stereotypical image of a Korean immigrant in her quest to overcome her family’s curse of drug addiction.

Okhui’s journey paints a poignant and sobering portrait of a vibrant young Korean woman who arrived in the United States in the 1960s and forged an unconventional path to raise her family. The book is a treasure trove of personal anecdotes and intimate moments that put Okhui’s inner strength to the ultimate test. Her life journey takes her from being a highly sought-after Hollywood burlesque dancer to a thriving nightclub owner in Waikiki, ultimately unveiling her true calling as a mother and her dedication to her family. Her unwavering faith becomes a guiding light in saving her eldest son from the clutches of drug addiction.

A Girl from Busan weaves a rich tapestry of experiences that are not only deeply personal but universally relatable to people from all walks of life. Okhui Lee delves into the struggles of immigration, cultural differences, and the heart-wrenching pain of addiction and loss. Throughout it all, Okhui’s story conveys a message of hope and faith, demonstrating that even the most formidable challenges can be surmounted. Her life is an inspiration, serving as a beacon of hope for those facing adversity.

Readers can look forward to a beautifully crafted memoir that is not only inspirational but also culturally illuminating. What sets Okhui’s story apart is its genuine and open-hearted portrayal as she fearlessly shares the most personal moments of her life, allowing a level of transparency that is often rare in Asian literature and media.

A Girl from Busan is a courageous, comical, and often moving memoir that offers a candid glimpse into the life of a woman who confronted tremendous adversity and emerged as the matriarch of her family. This book is a must-read for anyone in search of a story of resilience, faith, and the indomitable human spirit.