As rhetoric flares between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, there's understandable tension in California's Korean community.
California has the largest Korean population of any state in the U.S. -- and Los Angeles has the largest Korean-American population of any city in the country.
John Yi calls L.A.'s Koreatown home. He's a board member of the Korean American Coalition, a nonprofit that helps with immigration, housing and other issues in the community. He says that while his parents are here, he still has family in South Korea.
"The conversations in our family have been more on the side of, 'Man, this is just crazy what's going on.' But there's no, at least from my parents, there’s no deep fear that one day South Korea's going to be blown up or Guam is going to be bombed," says Yi.
Yi says his family is not fearful that North Korea will use nuclear weapons to bomb South Korea.