Seoul Searching Movie
Seoul Searching is a 2015 US/South Korean film, written and directed by Benson Lee and based on the director's own experiences at one of the summer camps in Seoul in 1986. The film premiered on January 30th at the Sundance Film Festival.
|Production Company||Bowery Hills Entertainment
Mondo Paradiso Films
|Editing||Steven M. Choe|
|Premiere||January 30th, 2015 (Sundance Film Festival)|
|Genre||Comical drama, coming of age|
|Playing Time||105 min|
|Country||United States, South Korea|
Story[edit | edit source]
In the 1980s, the South Korean government created summer camps, especially for teenagers born abroad, called "gyopo". This allowed them to spend the summer in Seoul to learn more about their homeland. Although the intentions of the camps were honorable, the activities of the teenagers were the opposite. The program was eventually canceled because the government had no control over the young people.
Cast[edit | edit source]
|Justin Chon||Sid Park|
|Jessika Van||Grace Park|
|In-Pyo Cha||Mr. Kim|
|Teo Yoo||Klaus Kim|
|Esteban Ahn||Sergio Kim|
|Rosalina Leigh||Kris Schultz|
|Albert Kong||Mike Song|
|Sue Son||Sara Han|
External Links[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "seoul-searching". www.sundance.org. Retrieved 2018-06-27.
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