Mrs. Choi (Mother)
HYANGHWA LIM got her start as a thespian at the age of 8 when her grandmother enrolled her in a children’s theater company. She thrived. Hyanghwa worked as a child actor throughout her childhood and by the time she was in her early adulthood, her career bloomed as she was cast as the lead in Wife of Choonpoong by Korea’s legendary playwright and director Oh Tae Seok. Hyanghwa earned Korea’s Golden Globe Award in 1977 for her lead role in Korean Broadcasting System’s Ee Uh Do. Currently, she resides in both Seoul and New York.
Mr. Choi (Father)
CHARLES RYU never acted in any professional capacity beyond the classroom presentations as a student at HB Studio in New York City 30 years ago, where he studied acting for two years, not in order to become an actor, but to improve his preaching skills as a young pastor. He is currently the Pastor of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Middletown, New York. A concert pianist with numerous concert credits in four continents, he also studied modern dance for a year at former Merce Cunningham School of Modern Dance. His language ability includes English, Korean, German, Italian, Spanish and French (in the order of fluency).
YEENA SUNG is a graduate of Tisch School of the Arts and is currently pursuing her MFA in Acting at Columbia University. Theatre credits include: Suds (A.R.T), Hi-Fi/Wi-Fi/Sci-Fi (La MaMa), Campfire (Lincoln Center), Mary V (Theater for the New City), Comfort Women: A New Musical (Theater at St.Clement’s), and Inside Up (Joe’s Pub). Film credits: Happy Cleaners, Furlough, Noli Me Tangere, Beyond the Pale, Clique Bait, and Let’s Play Dead Girl.
YUN JEONG was born in Korea and moved to the United States of America at the age of 14. He discovered that he was able to gain his own voice and communicate with others through acting on stage and decided to pursue his acting career. He attended The William Esper Studio (Sanford Meisner Technique conservatory) in New York, has been working in numerous theatre and film projects. Currently, he had relocated himself to Los Angeles to further his dream as an actor.