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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - The War Zone, Kinda Lonely Summary

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The War Zone, Kinda Lonely Summary

Walter Park is a Korean storeowner who was the victim of a gunshot during the looting. He is brain-damaged and he was heavily sedated during the interview. He talked about wanting to return to Korea, and about how lonely he feels. He said he tries to talk with his wife about how he feels, but because of the way Koreans are raised, he must hide certain things, and so must she. He has accepted the way his wife expresses her love for him, as long as he knows she loves him.

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