WEST POINT, GA – What was previously a Pizza Hut in this small Southern town (population 3,000) now is the Korean BBQ. What was once a Kentucky Fried Chicken now is Young’s Garden, specializing in Asian fare. Add to that the Sushi Misa in an old building downtown, and you have a sea change in the dining choices hereabouts since Kia Motors Corp. in 2006 chose this town on the Alabama border for its first U.S. automotive manufacturing plant. There’s not a large influx of Korean nationals, ...
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