A movie about deaf parents dealing with a hearing child has a lot to tell in today's world. The fact that there is a trailer for those who speak Korean Sign Language (an official language of South Korea as of 2016) is marvelous. In the trailer that has Korean subtitles and a gentle backtrack for the hearing viewers, the Korean Sign Language speaker tells the basic premise of the movie and promotes it.
-Yours, Lisa, a student of American Sign Language
Korean Sign Language Video
"Journey to My Boy" (2016)
Directed by Choi Wee-an
With Kim Eun-joo-II, Seo Sung-gwang, Lee Ro-woon, Kim Gyung-ae, Hwang Mi-sook, Lee Bo-hee,...
A family story of a disabled couple who are ready to raise their son, but it turns out to be more difficult than anyone had anticipated when the son becomes frustrated by communication issues.
The 17th Disabled People's Film Festival
Release date in Korea : 2017/11/30
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