Two more Korean Americans become police officers in LA

March 23, 2016
Samuel Lee, third from left, and Jay Kim (Korea Times / Park Sang-hyuk) (Korea Times / Park Sang-hyuk)

Samuel Lee, third from left, and Jay Kim (Korea Times / Park Sang-hyuk)
(Korea Times / Park Sang-hyuk)

LOS ANGELES – Becoming a police officer is an increasingly popular career option for Korean Americans in Los Angeles, as two more graduated from the Los Angeles Police Academy and Los Angeles Airport Police Academy last Friday.

Samuel Lee, 23, who was assigned to a division of LAPD in Northridge, said he was inspired to become a police officer at early age, after hearing about how his parents’ business burned down during the Los Angeles riot in 1992.

Jay Kim, 22, will be working at Los Angeles International Airport as a member of LAXPD. He said he initially wanted to become a military officer, but chose to become a police officer instead to be closer to his family.

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