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[New Documentary] "I Am Hopeman", Koreans improving Cambodian children's lives

2017/10/28 | Permalink | Source

In one of the most downtrodden places in Cambodia, a group of Koreans have decided to improve the lives of kids who see no future in the documentary, "I Am Hopeman".

"I Am Hopeman" (2017)

Directed by Na Hyun-tae

"Dong-dong Village", the largest slum in Cambodia located in the capital of Phnom Penh, is the location of this documentary that speaks of hope. In the slum, children are able to survive today by picking up refuse that others won't, selling vegetables and other things. There are no books, no toys, no study, and no school in their world. There are no dreams.

One day, people came from a place called Korea. These people set up a "school" on this abandoned land that no longer cares for its own, and the school is totally out of place. Hope School is where the upcoming Korean Principal Lim Man-ho and the Cambodian school children will meet.

This film is the 8th year of their story.

Release date in Korea : 2017/11/16

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