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'이민생활'에 해당되는 글 12건

  1. 2013.09.26 뉴욕에서 오늘 발생한 총기사건과 한국인 범인
2013.09.26 14:09 꿈꾸는도시 뉴욕
9월 25일 뉴욕의 롱아일랜드에서 총을 쏘고 달아난 범인 김상호의 사체가 범인이 아직 잡히지 않아서 글을 올리는 것이 이르다는 생각이 들지만 9월 30일 뉴욕시간 오전 9시경 업스테이트 베어 마운틴 브릿지 주변의 허드슨 리버에서 발견되었다고 한다. 몇년전 어머니를 마지막 보낸 장소에 가서 자살을 했다.(맨아래 동영상과 업데이트된 아티클 두개 참조)
뉴욕타임즈에 난 기사는 다른 뉴스보다  약간의 정보를 더 주고 있어서 올려본다. 꿈을 갖고 이민오는 사람들과 살아가야하는 일들~ 생각처럼 쉽지 않다. 자신을 방어하기 위해 소지할 수 있는 총이 사람을 죽이는 무기가 되지는 말아야 할텐데....
이번에도 마찬가지이다. 유투브는 보고 듣고 아티클은 그냥 눈으로 죽 읽고 무슨 일이었을까? 한번 들여다 보자.

NY Mall Shooting Sang Ho Kim Considered 'Armed And Dangerous' Roosevelt Field Mall



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범인의 이름이 Sang Ho Kim이라고 나오자마자 어~ 김상호라는 한국 사람이네~ 라고 생각했는데 미국인이 발음하는 영어소리 쌩호 킴과 우리말 소리 상호 김 소리가 어떻게 다른지 확인할 수 있다. 한번 들어 보자. 정말 소리가 싸늘하게 들린다. 이렇게 우리말을 영어로 옮기고 같게 소리가 날것을 기대하는 것은 불가능하다.

One Dies in Shooting Near Long Island Mall

By MARC SANTORA and SARAH MASLIN NIR

Published: September 25, 2013

One person was killed and another was seriously wounded in Nassau County on Wednesday after being shot by a gunman who was angered over a business deal gone bad, the authorities said.

The gunman, who fled and set off a manhunt, was identified by the police as Sang Ho Kim, 63, of Fresh Meadows, Queens.

The shooting occurred just after 10 a.m. at a light fixture company on South Street in East Garden City, N.Y., only blocks from the Roosevelt Field mall. Shortly after, there was a strong police response.

Streets were closed, shoppers were screened as they left the mall, schools were locked down, and vehicles were stopped and searched. With a recent bloody terrorist attack on a mall in Kenya and a mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard still in the news, many residents were alarmed when they saw the burst of law enforcement activity.

Steven Skrynecki, the Nassau County police chief, held an afternoon news conference to try to put to rest any fears that the shooting was a prelude to something larger.

“There is nothing to suggest that this individual is on a random shooting rampage,” Chief Skrynecki said.

While the investigation is in its early stages, he said, the police believe that Mr. Kim knew his victims and was angry about a business deal.

“The motive here appears to be work related,” Chief Skrynecki said. After the shooting, he said, Mr. Kim drove off in a white 2008 Honda Pilot. The chief then cautioned, “We believe that this suspect is armed and very dangerous.”

The owner and an employee of the light company, Savenergy, were shot. The police did not immediately release their names, and it was unclear who had died.

A woman who identified herself as Mr. Kim’s wife but who declined to give her name said in a telephone interview that her husband was “victimized” by his boss, the owner of Savenergy. She said her husband and the owner had been good friends for more than a decade through their church.

Sobbing and speaking in Korean, she said her husband was being forced to resign from his job installing LED lights as a contractor for the company. She said he was owed more than $10,000.

“He couldn’t sleep well,” she said. “His chest filled with anger.”

On Wednesday morning, when her husband left their home and headed to the office in Garden City to try to settle the dispute, she said, she became concerned.

“I had a strange feeling,” she said, adding that she called him four times, “and he didn’t pick up the phone.”

In their hunt for the gunman, the police searched the campuses of Nassau Community College and Hofstra University. They were assisted by the New York Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Jasmine Alston, 20, who works at the Macy’s at the Roosevelt Field mall, said that she was let out of the building after her shift ended at 1:45 p.m. but that the mall itself was still closed at that time to people seeking to enter. She said the shutdown was uneventful: no announcements were made, and Macy’s workers learned of the lockdown from customers or colleagues who called from outside. Even after becoming aware, she said, “some people were still shopping.”

Jiha Ham and Michael Schwirtz contributed reporting.




참고: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/26/nyregion/police-searching-for-gunman-in-nassau-county-shooting.html?_r=0



문제 1 범인은 몇명인가?
① 1명   ② 2명   ③ 3명   ④ 4명



미국생활영어~

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문제 2
범인이 쏜 총에 맞은 사람은 몇명인가?

① 1명   ② 2명   ③ 3명   ④ 4명

 
문제 3
범인이 총을 쏠때 기분은?
정신이 나갔다   ② 화가나 있었다   ③ 힘들어했다   ④ 웃고 있었다
 
문제 4 범인은 몇살인가?
23세   ②  33세  ③
53세   ④ 63세 

문제 5 몇시에 사건이 났는가?
오전 8시   ② 오전 10시   ③ 낮 12시  ④ 오후 4시

문제 6 사건이 난뒤 주변도로와 몰 그리고 학교 등은 어떤 상태였나?
① 아무 일 없었던 것 같았다  ② 비상상태였다  

문제 7
범인은 어느회사 차를 타고 달아났는가? 도주했는가?
Hyundai   ② Toyota   ③ Chrysler   ④ Honda
 

문제 8
범행을 저지른 곳은 어디인가?
  ② 동네   ③ 직장  

 
문제 9
범인은 사장과 가깝게 지내는 사이였었는가?
그렇다  ② 아니다   ③ 그저 그랬다 

문제 10 범인은 사장과 어디서 알고 지내던 사이였었는가?
가족  ② 학교   ③ 교회

문제 11 범인은 사장과 얼마동안이나 서로 알고 지내던 사이였었는가?
1년  ② 5년   ③ 7년
  ④ 10년 이상

문제 12
와이프의 말에 의하면 범인이 회사에 빚진 상태였는가? 회사가 범인에게 빚을 지고 있었는가?
① 범인이 회사에 빚을 졌다  ② 회사가 범인에게 빚을 졌다

문제 13 범인은 일을 그만두어야 했었는가(해고당했는가)?
① 그렇다  ② 아니다 

문제 14
범인은 제대로 잠을 잘 수 있었는가?
① 그렇다  ② 잘 수 없었다 

문제 15 범인의 와이프는 남편이 나간뒤 이상해서 전화를 계속 했는가?
① 그렇다  ② 아니다 

문제 16 루즈벨트 필드 샤핑몰 안에서 사고가 났는가? 아니면 밖에서 사고가 났는가?
① 안   ② 밖 

문제 17 루즈벨트 필드 몰 스펠링이 어떻게 될까?
① Loose Belt Peeled mall   ② Loosevelt Peeled mall    Roose Belt Field mall  Roosevelt Field mall 

문제 18 입술이나 볼에 바르는 "루즈"는 어떻게 영어로 쓸까?
① loose   ② lose   roose    rouge

문제 19 I have a ( loose lose) tooth.

문제 20 This knot is too
( loose lose).

문제 21 Please do not
( loose lose) my book.

문제 22 I had better not
( loose lose) that file.

문제 23
Lockdown for N.Y. mall, shooting suspect Sang Ho Kim still on
( loose lose).

문제 24 His chest ( field filled) with anger.

문제 25 얼마의 돈이 이런 사건을 발생하게 했는가?
① 1, 000
달러   ② 10,000 달러   50,000 달러   100,000 달러

문제 26 사람이 사람에게 벌을 내리면 되는가?
① 된다  ② 안된다 





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문제를 낸 이유는 읽으면 쉬운 내용인데 꼬부랑 글자 보기 싫어서 그냥 나갈 것 같아서이다.
범인의 와이프가 하던 말~ her husband was “victimized”
너무나 평범하게만 보이는 이 한국인이 범인이라니~
세상 모든 곳에서 이 돈 때문에 사건이 난다.  어후~ 돈이 없는 세상~ 없을까?



Boss’s Kindness Repaid With a Burst of Violence

By MARC SANTORA and SARAH MASLIN NIR
Published: September 26, 2013

It was at church where John Choi met the man accused of shooting him.

Sang Ho Kim, 63, was out of work, drinking too much and generally lost. He had been arrested several times, including for driving while intoxicated. He had left his first wife in South Korea, married, divorced and married again. Nothing he did seemed to work out the way he wanted and, often, he blamed those around him for his failures.

Mr. Choi, 68, arrived in New York from Seoul, penniless, four decades ago. His first job was selling wigs for Jewish women in Herald Square and, because his boss learned that he was the only employee not skimming profits, he was promoted. He saved up and bought a deli, then a carwash. Eventually he and his wife, Christine, 67, started Savenergy, a business selling energy-efficient LED light fixtures.

A year ago, after they met at the Hyo Shin Bible Presbyterian Church in Queens, Mr. Choi offered Mr. Kim a job. More than a job, it was a chance to get his life back on track.

But what started with an act of Christian kindness turned into a nasty business dispute and ended in a bloody rampage.


On Wednesday, the police say, Mr. Kim walked into Mr. Choi’s office in East Garden City, N.Y., pulled a gun and shot him in the head. They said he also shot and killed Yong Jae Shin, a young man who worked at the company.

On Thursday, at Nassau University Medical Center, his face bandaged where the bullet had entered and narrowly missed his brain, Mr. Choi had a simple message for Mr. Kim, whom the police were still seeking: Turn to Jesus. Heaven is not out of reach.

Alice Corey, 36, Mr. Choi’s daughter, said such a gesture of forgiveness was a reflection of the life her father tried to lead, including his job offer to Mr. Kim.

“He had no friends, and no job, and my parents said let’s give him a second chance,” she said.

David C. Lee, a close family friend who helped found an advocacy group, Korean-American Public Affairs Committee, with Mr. Choi, said that extending a helping hand came naturally to his friend.

“Mr. Choi is a good Samaritan,” he said. “He tries to help any person.”

But problems arose nearly as soon as Mr. Kim started working at Savenergy. He was brusque, demanding and domineering, according to other employees. Although Mr. Kim worked in the field, he showed up daily unannounced at the Garden City headquarters.

Always dressed in a brown suit, and imposing at 6 feet 2 inches, he intimidated colleagues and demanded his commissions before deals were closed; he was also paid $37 an hour, Ms. Corey said. According to a co-worker, he once said to a colleague that if a client did not sign a contract with the company, he would “throw a grenade” in the front window of the client’s store.

Ms. Corey, who also worked at Savenergy, said she found Mr. Kim’s presence so menacing that she quit and begged her parents to fire him.

“I said, ‘Dad and Mom, I love you, I know of your Christian faith and you love to help people, but you’re not Jesus Christ; don’t act like Jesus Christ,’ ” she said. “ ‘Everyone is scared of him.’ ”

But Mr. Choi, who started Savenergy with his wife because they believed that environmental stewardship was part of their Christian ethic, relished giving jobs to those out of work and was known for it in his church community. Yet about four months ago, Mr. Choi relented and began to cut back Mr. Kim’s hours.

Another dispute arose, this one between Mr. Kim and Mr. Shin. Mr. Kim did work at Mr. Shin’s parents’ home, but they believed the work was shoddy and refused payment, according to fellow employees.

When Mr. Kim entered the office on Wednesday, he said he was looking for Mr. Shin, who was talking with Mr. Choi.

Surrounded by his family in his hospital bed on Thursday, Mr. Choi, who was unable to speak, wrote notes praising God and the young man who had been killed. At one point he drew a picture of the shooting, showing how Mr. Kim shot him first, then Mr. Shin.

Mr. Kim’s family disputed the account provided by Mr. Choi and other employees. While not denying that Mr. Kim shot Mr. Choi and Mr. Shin, Mr. Kim’s wife of three years and his sister both said they believed he had been ill treated at work.

After the shooting, Mr. Kim fled in his white Honda Pilot, setting off a manhunt that has sprawled from Long Island to Dutchess County, involving hundreds of police officers and prompting lockdowns in several normally placid suburbs. As the police searched for a man they considered armed and dangerous, they closed streets, set up roadblocks, locked down nearby schools and colleges and screened shoppers leaving a mall.

Mr. Kim’s car was found late on Wednesday in Putnam County, but by Thursday evening, the police were still searching for him. Law enforcement officials said the search was focused on the village of Cold Spring, where the car was found, about 60 miles north of Times Square.

The police said the shooting was the result of a workplace dispute and identified Mr. Kim as the only suspect, releasing his photo to the news media and asking the public for their assistance.

For the families and friends of the victims, they were left wondering how an act of kindness could end in bloodshed.

“Can you believe such a good man got this much tragedy?” Mr. Lee asked.

Mr. Kim’s sister, a resident of Syosset, N.Y., who asked not to be named, said that last week, her brother told her that he believed that files on his computer at work had been deleted so that he would not have to be paid.

The last word she got from her brother was about two hours after the shooting, when he left a voice message. He did not express remorse, but rather, provided instructions with what to do with his body should he be found dead.

“If I die, don’t put me in the land,” he said, according to the sister. “Cremate me and put me in my mother’s dying place.”


참고: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/27/nyregion/police-hunt-for-suspect-in-shooting-near-long-island-mall.html


업데이트 된 내용이 있으니 바로 위의 글도 읽고 생각은 각자 하자.
생각하는 관점은 자신이 처한 상황에 맞추게 되어있다.



미국생활영어~

문제1:
피해자의 관점: 좋은 일을 하려고 도와주었는데 오히려 화가 되어 돌아왔다. 이 제목
Boss’s Kindness Repaid With a Burst of Violence 처럼~ 예를 들자면, 길을 가다가 구덩이에 빠진 사람을 도와 주려고 손을 내미니 구덩이에 빠진 사람은 올라와서 멀쩡하게 걸어가고 도와준 사람이 구덩이에 빠져 버리는 상황~ 도와 달라고 해서 도와주니 총을 들이대면서 돈을 다 내놓으라고 해서 다 털렸다. 선행을 베풀었는데 악으로 돌아오는 경우~ 잘해주고 욕 바가지로 먹는 경우도 있다. 이럴때 영어로는 무엇이라고 할까?
 
답1:

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미국생활영어~

문제2:
가해자의 관점: 열심히 일을 했는데 제대로 돈을 받지도 못하고 해고되었다.
한마디로 사기 당했다는
영어로는 무엇이라고 할까?
 
답2:

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미국생활영어~

문제3:
이렇게 울컥해서 사건이 나는 경우를 무엇이라고 했는지 기억하는지?


답3 :

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또 한국인이 미국에서 나쁜 짓을 저질러서 부끄럽다고? 전혀 아니다. 그렇게 생각할 필요가 없다. 사람 사는 곳에서 어느 인종이건 상관이 없이 사건이 난다. 안좋은 일은 안나는 것이 좋겠지만 한번씩 자신을 돌아보자고 이런 사건들이 나는 것이 아닐까? 사람이 사는 집의 굴뚝에는 연기가 나는 것이다.


미국생활팁~

문제4 :
아니땐 굴뚝에 연기날까?를 영어로는?

답4 :

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Garden City Shooter Body Found in the Hudson River Sang Ho Kim, found in Rockland County



범인 김상호로 보이는 사체가 업스테이트 베어 마운틴 주변의 허드슨 리버에서 발견되었다고 한다. 2013/9/30

Alleged Long Island Shooter Sang Ho Kim Reportedly Found Dead After Roosevelt Field Mall Murder

By Maria Vultaggio on September 30 2013  4:12 PM    
Police believe Sang Ho Kim, the man accused of shooting two and killing one in Garden City, Long Island Wednesday, was found dead. A sail boater called authorities after spotting a body that washed ashore in the Hudson River just south of the Bear Mountain Bridge around 9 a.m., News 12 wrote Monday.

Police have not yet confirmed the identity of the body the was found on the shore of Iona Island, which is 25 miles from where his white SUV was found empty on Wednesday evening after the shooting took place.

There has been a massive 4-day manhunt for Kim after the 63-year-old allegedly opened fire at Savenergy, a lighting business near the Roosevelt Field Mall, but that seems to have come to an end now. On Saturday, authorities believed the accused has committed suicide after his sister said he left a threatening voicemail on her cell phone.

“We hope to see this ending today,” Hollywood Life quoted a spokesperson for the Putnam County sheriff. “We’re going to continue to hunt the suspect down.”

Kim supposedly shot the two victims after he felt he had been “cheated out of a lot of money,” Newsday wrote. He thought Yong Jae Shin, 25, who he killed and owner of Savenergy, John Choi, who he critically injured for not giving him the amount of money he thought he deserved after they worked on a combined project.

"He apparently thought he had been slighted and denied what was owed to him,” a law enforcement official told the news site. Kim’s sister, who didn’t want to be named, add to the news site that Choi didn’t pay Kim. "My brother gave him a warning,” she said.

On Tuesday, Choi and Kim were supposed to meet to discuss the business discrepancy, but apparently Choi never showed up. "He went there and nobody's there. My brother got really, really mad,” she told Newsday. 

참고: http://www.ibtimes.com/alleged-long-island-shooter-sang-ho-kim-reportedly-found-dead-after-roosevelt-field-mall-murder



Body of Suspect in L.I. Shootings Is Discovered in the Hudson River

 By SARAH MASLIN NIR Published: September 30, 2013 

The body of the man who the authorities said shot two people at his former workplace on Long Island was discovered on Monday in the Hudson River, the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department said.

A recreational boater came across the body of Sang Ho Kim, 63, around 8:30 a.m. near Iona Island, a marshy landmass just south of the Bear Mountain Bridge.

Mr. Kim’s widow said in a telephone interview that the location was near where his mother’s ashes were scattered several years ago.

His white Honda Pilot was found abandoned on Wednesday evening about eight miles away, near Cold Spring. That morning, the police say, he walked into Savenergy, a company in East Garden City, and shot his former boss, John Choi, and a store employee, Yong Jae Shin, in a dispute over money he believed he was owed. Mr. Shin died.

“The tragic violence in East Garden City and the search for Mr. Kim in our local community caused fear and apprehension for many folks,” the Putnam sheriff, Donald B. Smith, said in a statement. “Today’s events have at least allowed us to turn the page on what was a scary chapter for local residents.”

A manhunt led to lockdowns at several schools across the county, north of New York City, and involved over 100 law enforcement agents, some of whom were dropped from helicopters to search mountainous terrain.

Mr. Choi, the owner of the energy company, was in critical but stable condition on Monday, according to his family. A wake for Mr. Shin was held on Sunday in Flushing, Queens.

Jiha Ham contributed reporting.

출처: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/01/nyregion/body-of-suspect-in-long-island-shootings-is-found.html?_r=0

이민 와서 잘키운 자식을 하루아침에 잃은 부모의 가슴아픈 사연~
이민와서 잘 살아보려고 발부둥치다 간 인생~

명복을 빕니다.

미국에 이민 오기전에 우리 아이들 둘을 데리고 캘리포니아로 여행을 간적이 있다. 그때 젊은 가이드가 하는 말을 나는 지금도 잊을 수가 없다. 그가 흔들리는 버스 안에서 눈이 초롱초롱한 우리를 보고 이렇게 말했다. "미국에 여행을 오는 것은 좋은데 이민와서 살기에는 힘든 곳입니다."

누가 거의 20년이 되어가는 이민생활을 하고 있는 나에게 미국 살만한가요? 하고 묻는다면~ 내가 하고 싶은 말은


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