E. Tammy Kim is a freelance reporter, essayist, a contributing opinion writer at The New York Times and a Type Media Center Fellow. She is also a co-host of the Time to Say Goodbye podcast, a contributing editor at Lux magazine, and a 2022 Alicia Patterson fellow. She is working on a book about the U.S.–South Korea military relationship.
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