About this Event
3501 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles, CA 90089#jeronimo
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 | 6:00PM - 8:30PM* | THH 202
*(TIME CHANGE: Jeronimo Screening begins at 6:00PM, not 4:00PM)*
Jeronimo (2019, 100 min)
Followed by Q&A with Director Joseph Juhn
Moderated by Professor Sunyoung Park, USC Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Gender Studies.
Website and Trailer
Born to Korean immigrant parents freed from indentured servitude in early twentieth century Mexico, Jeronimo Lim Kim joins the Cuban Revolution with his law school classmate Fidel Castro and becomes an accomplished government official in the Castro regime until he rediscovers his ethnic roots and dedicates his later life to reconstructing his Korean Cuban identity. This feature-length documentary highlights the history and current state of Koreans living in Cuba.
About the director:
Joseph Juhn is the director and producer of Jeronimo, Prior to working on this independent documentary full-time, Joseph was an in-house counsel at the Manhattan-based South Korean government agency (KOTRA) where he advised Korean companies and entrepreneurs on US intellectual property and corporate law. Passionate about causes pertinent to the Korean-American community, Joseph also serves on the steering committee of KSE (Korean Startups & Entrepreneurs), a non-profit with an aim to empower entrepreneurs of Korean descent in New York.
For driving directions to campus, please visit the USC Driving Directions page. Guests driving to campus can park at the McCarthy Parking Structure, located off of Figueroa St., just south of Jefferson Blvd. Please see the attached campus map with the parking structure and Taper Hall circled. The daily USC parking rate is $14.00. There is also metered and non-metered street parking located off campus.
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