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During 1970 till now, South Koreans have been migrating to the United States rapidly because of economic opportunities. In addition, since their family members or someone that they know have recently moved to the U.S., a chain migration occurs.
Migration can occur because of war. War is a push factor in which makes people leave their area. But some people don't have a place to stay so they go to refugee camps where shelter and food is provided there. In addition, you can be moved to somewhere better to get a job so that you can support yourself and your family.
Probably the main reason people migrate is because of economic opportunities. People want to obviously make more money to support themselves and their family. But there are other factors. A person may migrate because of safety, a place with less crime.
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