Mack (9) and John (13) have lived in Korea for about 4 years. They speak Korean fluently and with good accents, and now appear on television frequently. (In the video, a restaurant server who spoke with the boys said she was "shocked" by how well they spoke the language.) The boys' mother was also interviewed in the video. She said she wanted to move from the US to Asia with her husband and kids just for a change, and her husband (a computer programmer) found a job in Korea. They planned to stay for two years, but now love South Korea so much they want to stay.
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