Francesc Candel, Els altres catalans, “The other Catalans” (1964):

For some time the immigrants [to Catalonia], and specifically those from the south [of Spain], have been called “Koreans”. They are also called this in Bilbao and Avilés. It is curious that in Turin and Milan those who come from the south of Italy are also called “Koreans”.

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