"Stories untold: Memories of Korean War survivors"
Yoo (Producer) and Sul Gi Kim (Director)
To most Americans, the Korean War is most often known as the "forgotten"
war. The Korean War has often been told from a military, ideological and
political perspective. During the war, 9 million Koreans became refugees,
4 million individuals were killed, and 11 million individuals became separated
from their families. Despite the toll this war had on civilians, there
is little information of the impact of this war on civilians, specifically
women. Both Grace Yoo and Sulgi Kim bring voice to the stories and memories
of older Koreans who survived this war. Moreover, they seek to bring a
woman's voice to this war that has been ignored.
of Documentary from the KorAm Interview