As a boy, Justin Chang remembers his attorney father advising Korean-based companies. Long before Hyundai and Samsung were household names here, Korean executives would visit Chang’s home near Los Angeles. His parents were passengers on the first Korean Air flight from Los Angeles to Seoul, just after the airline was privatized.

Chang has grown up — he’s now an associate in the San Francisco office of Shearman & Sterling — and so has the Korean economy, now the 11th largest in the world.

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