My first solo show in Texas is over. Held at the Korean Cultural Center (branch of Korean Community Center) of Houston with a percentage of profits going towards Liberty in North Korea, we were able to make a successful donation!
I am forever grateful for the wonderful people I met that night, some people who have been to North Korea, instructors of Korean cultural and language schools and many members of the Korean community.
I was lucky to be able to talk to and be published by numerous press members including the local Korean news reporters from Korea Daily, Korea World and Korea Journal.
Very honored to have a phone interview by reporter Jang Yang Hee of Voice of America Korea:
Also an interview with Michael Hagerty of NPR Houston Matters:
Also a special thank you to Loretta of SUPERGirls SHINE foundation:
The show may be over but the ability to contribute is not! Prints of North Korean defector and human rights activist Park Yeon Mi will be openly available to purchase online at http://www.conferoart.com/park-yeon-mi/ and 20% of every purchase will continue to be donated to the Liberty in North Korea.
My thoughts are with those who are stuck in North Korea, including my own relative, as well as others who have family there. I hope more people can take the Kim dynasty seriously and I wish freedom upon the North Koreans.