South Korea Embraces Super-Bowl MVP

The Lost Nomad highlights a Los Angeles Times article on Hines Ward becoming an instant national hero in South Korea. Hines, born to a Korean mother and an African American GI father, grew up in the US and suffered discrimination from the Korean community. He was recently elected the most valuable player of the Super Bowl, America's annual football extravaganza.

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