In San Pedro you can visit a 17-ton bell that’s a symbol of the lasting friendship between the United States and South Korea.
A statue of former U.S. Senator Stephen Mallory White looks toward the Los Angeles Harbor he helped to develop. But a dark legacy overshadows his achievements.
Back in early 20th century, Japanese fisherman and their families made their homes in Fish Harbor, a small village on Terminal Island where the fish were plentiful and life was simple. Then World War II came. All that stands there today is an often overlooked memorial.