Or is that a dok-umentary? HAHAHA! Not really sure what the 98-minute film is about. Dokdo I guess. We read about the documentary, titled Sorry Dokdo, two weeks ago when the Korea Times profiled one of the men behind it, singer Kim Jong-hoon. The article contained a lot of bizarre quotations perhaps a little less bizarre when you consider the source.
"Even for me, the Dokdo issue comes as a rather furious and extreme issue. But the movie is calm and peaceful. There were even some tear jerking moments for me at the end," he said.
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"We don't have much materials or relevant documents regarding this issue"
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"As a singer, my ultimate dream is to hold a big festival at Dokdo. It will be a natural way to remind the place to even foreigners. Where is the festival being held? At Dokdo. Where is that? In the East Sea? And where is that? In Korea," he added.
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"We tend to forget too fast. It's been a while since the Dokdo issue was the main news in our conversations, and I think this is the perfect time to bring such a film to the public," he said.
Anyway, I'm sure it's an awesome. You can read more on The Marmot's Hole thread that dram_man will post roughly an hour after this one goes up.