After War… Where Compassion Lives

On the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, a small group of volunteers from Japan visit South Korea. This short film follows their activities, showing us both the far reaching effects of war, and the power of human compassion.

Produced by SocieCity and Touch in Peace
Directed by Suhee Kang and Patrick Lydon
Music by Hiromi Uehara, Translations by Kaori Tsuji
Filmed in Hongcheon, South Korea

On the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, a small group of volunteer therapists from Japan visited a care facility in Hapcheon, Korea. It was a gesture that not many people know the significance of.

This short film enlightens viewers to the far reaching effects of war, and the power of human compassion. It was produced by the directors and production team explicitly to further cultural understanding and social wellbeing.

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