EASC/IKS Film Screening: "Ode to My Father" with Live Q&A

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Ode to My Father Film Poster
October 11, 2016
6:00PM - 10:00PM
Location
Gateway Film Center (1550 N High St)

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Add to Calendar 2016-10-11 18:00:00 2016-10-11 22:00:00 EASC/IKS Film Screening: "Ode to My Father" with Live Q&A Join OSU’s Institute for Korean Studies for a screening of Ode to My Father. This film, which begins with a powerful depiction of the Hungnam evacuation during the Korean War, will be followed by a live Q&A with Admiral J. Robert Lunney (USN, Retired), who served on the SS Meredith Victory during the evacuation, as well as with a number of local Ohio residents who survived the ordeal.The film traces a young boy’s steps from the battlefields of Korea and Vietnam to the German coal mines to the modern streets of South Korea, in his 60-year effort to fulfill his promise to care for his family.Flyer: Ode to My Father Poster 2.pdfTickets are free and will be available at the ticket center the day of the event. This event is sponsored and co-organized by the Korea Foundation, CJ E&M, the Wilson Center, and OSU's Institute for Korean Studies.   Gateway Film Center (1550 N High St) East Asian Studies Center easc@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Join OSU’s Institute for Korean Studies for a screening of Ode to My Father. This film, which begins with a powerful depiction of the Hungnam evacuation during the Korean War, will be followed by a live Q&A with Admiral J. Robert Lunney (USN, Retired), who served on the SS Meredith Victory during the evacuation, as well as with a number of local Ohio residents who survived the ordeal.

The film traces a young boy’s steps from the battlefields of Korea and Vietnam to the German coal mines to the modern streets of South Korea, in his 60-year effort to fulfill his promise to care for his family.

Flyer: PDF icon Ode to My Father Poster 2.pdf

Tickets are free and will be available at the ticket center the day of the event.

This event is sponsored and co-organized by the Korea Foundation, CJ E&M, the Wilson Center, and OSU's Institute for Korean Studies.