Today is the last day of my world tour. I can't believe I've been on the road for so long. Has it been productive? I'd like to think so.

Now it's time to go home (although I'm not sure if I can call Korea home as I'm technically homeless) and follow-up on all those projects and meetings I've had in the last 2 months.


Anonymous said…
Hi there!
About that thing of going to the US.
just in 4 years.... I'm still 17... I have college ahead.
I always wanted to act... I entered the theatre thingy in my school in my last year there... Didn't go very well, the teacher wasn't very nice.
But hey... Thanks for the good luck wishes!
I know what you mean with the "Home" thing. I pretty much haven't stopped at home lately so it's kinda weird... a bit more and I'd sleep at school xD
Best wishes for your trip to EXPATS.
And go Philip Seymour Hoffman
and GO YOU!

Calvin C. CHOI said…
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Calvin C. CHOI said…

I'm also a Korean-American filmmaker based in NYC area. I just read all of your posts and wish you the best luck with EXPAT. The premise sounds interesting. And I look forward to reading your posts about making this movie happen, especially about American cast & crew with Korea crew in Busan.

Good luck!

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