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Hung Sa Dan and Ahn Chang Ho House on Bunker Hill

Hung Sa Dan and Ahn Chang Ho House on Bunker Hill

Hung Sa Dan and Ahn Chang Ho House on Bunker Hill

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A photograph from around 1915 showing the house on Bunker Hill located at 1st Street and Figueroa where Ahn Chang Ho and his family resided.  The Ahn house was located at 106 North Figueroa Street. This house was also the location of the Young Korean Academy or Hung Sa Dan – an organization for young people to build character and a sense of social responsibility and duty.1

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  1. Katherine Yungmee Kim, Images of America: Los Angeles’s Koreatown, (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2011), 20.