The Bibimbap Migration Theory? Challenges of Korea’s Multicultural Mix and Social Integration Development

  title={The Bibimbap Migration Theory? Challenges of Korea’s Multicultural Mix and Social Integration Development},
  author={S. Shan Pu Shen},
  journal={Journal of International Migration and Integration},
  • S. Shen
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Journal of International Migration and Integration
Migration was never a brand new phenomenon in South Korea, but its migration pattern has been redirected, migrant size has been amplified, and migrant ethnicity has been diversified in recent years. Korea is undergoing dramatic changes in its demographic composition with an increasing presence of foreigners since the 1990s. Traditionally known for its cultural uniqueness and ethnic homogeneousness, the ongoing inflow of foreigners has presented new challenges, as to who the Koreans are and how… Expand
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