Biography of CNN’s Kyung Lah

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If you are searching for a biographies of CNN’s correspondents, you might want to take a look at the life of Kyung I. Lah. The Korean-American is a CNN correspondent and a member of the television network’s Asian team. Her bio includes details on her career and personal life. You might also be interested in her books. In this article, we’ll provide you with some background information on Lah.

The first thing you should know about Kyung Lah is her nationality. She was born in Seoul, South Korea. She and her parents later moved to Streamwood, Illinois, where she went to high school. Her parents also immigrated to the United States and she later earned dual citizenship. Her father has an American passport, while her mother is a South Korean citizen. In 2009, she was married to Curtis Vogel.

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She was in Tokyo when the 9.0 earthquake struck Japan in March 2011. She was there for two weeks afterward and covered the disaster as it unfolded. She was the first US broadcast journalist to enter the Fukushima nuclear plant and witness the triple meltdown. Since then, she has covered a lot of other stories in East Asia, including the conflict in China and the human struggle in the Korean Peninsula.

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