A family of Korean immigrants that have been planted in the United States like water parsley that grows everywhere.

The movie 'Minari' swept the leading film festivals with favorable reviews that it drew the sympathy of people from all over the world by transcending borders with the subject of 'immigration'.

If so, is the water parsley growing in the hearts of immigrants who came to Korea to achieve the Korean dream?

How would immigrants who know and love Korea better than native Koreans saw this movie?

The keywords that came out of their mouths were 'Bibimbap', 'Yeojisaji', and 'Single ethnicity'.

Starting in 2006, Korea, an emerging immigrant country, has seen more immigration than outflow.

However, it has always been at the bottom of the acceptance index for inclusion of immigrants.

The world is now in an era of endless competition to secure excellent immigrants.

It is said that the stage of contemplating whether the country is an immigration country or an immigration lockdown country has already passed.

The SBS exploration content 'Studio Black' provides detailed information about the voices of immigrants who view our society, which is not tolerant of immigrants, and the opinions of experts that a more active immigration policy is needed.

Beyond Koreans who grow well anywhere, I wish Korea could grow well in everything now.