Wellesley KSA & Jubilee Project present the screening of the "Save my Seoul" documentary, which follows two Korean-American brothers as they discover rampant prostitution and sex trafficking in Seoul, South Korea. With the use of hidden cameras and access to pimps, johns, and sex-workers, Eddie and Jason explore and unravel the complexity of the sex trade in Seoul. They learn that this problem is rooted in issues far deeper than lost girls and lustful men. Instead, it's a consequence of the broken Korean culture that turns a blind eye to and condones one of the biggest human injustices of our generation.
The purpose of Save My Seoul is to raise awareness of prostitution and sex trafficking in Korea for the Western world and ultimately to spur action to end trafficking in Korea and beyond. Because local Koreans are so familiar with this issue, we believe that change will happen when the world becomes aware of this brokenness in Korea. And it begins by shining a light on these injustices.
This description was taken from Jubilee Project's trailer for "Save My Seoul," which can be found here:
Come join us on Tuesday, November 18th at 5-7 PM in the Pendleton Atrium! The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Jason, one of the directors and co-founders of the documentary and The Jubilee Project, respectively. DINNER WILL BE SERVED!!! You don't want to miss out on this amazing event.