A man with a haircut, a long goatee and a penchant for karaoke sings a rendition of “We Are The World.”
He wears a kimono and a white mask to disguise his identity.
As he dances around, his voice is low and the melody is loud.
It is a rendition by his band, a group of young men in their late teens who call themselves i-landers.
The music is a song from the popular Korean pop song “I Love You.”
It is not sung by any of the i-lands, which is one of the largest ethnic groups in South Korea.
“It’s the language we speak and it’s what we were born into,” said the man, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he has been unable to get a visa to visit his parents in the United States.
I-land is a hybrid of Korean and English, and it is considered a separate language from the mainstream English spoken in the U.S. “I-landers” are also known as korean nationals who live in South Korean cities such as Seoul and Wonsan.
The group is a rare example of a minority group, even among the largest Korean-American groups, who speak English and have become a big part of South Korean society.
Although it is not technically part of the U, the group has made inroads in the country, becoming an official language for all of the country’s official agencies.
The i-lander community is the biggest ethnic group in Korea, and has been the subject of an intense campaign of discrimination since the 1990s, when its members began to feel unwelcome in Korean society and shunned by the government.
Some critics say the i,landers have been discriminated against because they are not Korean enough.
Others argue that the group is an expression of Korea’s cultural diversity.
They say it is part of Korea and that the language should be used as a way of expressing the countrys culture and identity.
A recent poll by the Uriminzokkiri research institute found that 88 percent of Koreans support a government ban on discrimination against people from the iland ethnic group.
It is not the first time the ilander community has been accused of discrimination.
In 2011, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization said in a report that the ilanders had suffered from discrimination in the past and the government was trying to “conceal the discrimination” to the public.
Korean media reported in 2016 that there was a rise in hate crimes against the ilands and they were accused of using their “nationality to attract more Korean tourists.”
In response, South Korean officials announced in 2016 they would open an office in New York to help the iels to integrate with the mainstream society.