Korea | 2016 | 32min | DCP | COLOR | Documentary | Rock
In Dec. 2015, the settlement between the Korean and the Japanese government on the issue of Japanese military sex slaves is announced. As the deal involves the removal of the memorial statue, a group of people set out to protect the statue that symbolizes the survivors and peace. Artists participated with songs and art works under the banner of Wednesday Activist Performance Art.
Woo Seong-ha was born in Cheongju, South Korea. He has directed a number of TV shows since 2000 including [Capture the Moment; How Did That Happen?] and [Live Today]. He became interested in music documentary making after documenting [Open Mic] performance in 2013. Currently, he runs his production company, HnH Media.