The Cost of an American Education
Koreans call families like Keeyeop Kim's “kirogi” -- wild geese that mate for life and travel great distances to bring back food for their young. As Kim lives and works in Korea to finance his children's education in America, his wife and family struggle to make the best of life without him. At right, Kim at the casino where he works in Taebaek, Korea.
| Tracy A. Woodward The Washington Post|