In episode #42, my kindergarteners take a trip to the A-ha Art Gallery where the art is a bit strange (check out the peeing animals). After that they have relay races in the park and play on the playground.
In episode #41, one of my kindergarteners has a birthday and the school hired a magician to entertain all of the kids.
In episode #40, my 5 and 6 year olds sing a Those Lavender Whales song, “I’m So Proud of My Friends.” This episode is for Aaron Graves, a friend of mine who is going through treatment for an inoperable brain tumor.
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This song is available on a compilation, “Tidings from Our Light Purple Gam” available here:
In episode #39, I make Patbingsu with my 5 and 6 year olds. Patbingsu is a Korean shaved ice dessert with sweet toppings such as chopped fruit, fruit syrup, rice cake and red bean paste.
In episode #38, my kindergarteners introduce themselves and give a presentation on their favorite summer activity.
I’ve been super busy lately with work, but I have also spent the last 6 weeks working on a trailer for a mini-documentary about the skateboarding scene in Korea as told by Seoul native, Wongyu Kim.
If you like it, please follow the link and vote for it.
It is hosted by the British Film Institute, Prime and Fire Selects, and Talenthouse in collaboration with Sidewalk Magazine.
Directed and Edited by Sean Conley
Written by Serey Siv
Translated by Hoeun Choi
Starring Wongyu Kim
Music by A L M E E V A