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DC Military Puts Seoul, U.S.A. On Blast!

Posted on September 17, 2012 at 6:45 PM

Andrews Mixed Martial Arts Olympian's Story Hits Hollywood

by Bobby Jones

 

Lynnette Love, 1988 Olympic gold medalist and 1992 Olympic bronze medalist, watched the recent Summer Olympic Games with warm thoughts, reflecting on her debut as one of the first female martial artists to compete on the U.S. Taekwondo team in the 1988 Summer Olympic Games hosted in Seoul, Korea.  Click here to read more! 

http://www.dcmilitary.com/article/20120914/NEWS09/709149905/andrews-mixed-marchial-arts-olympians-story-hits-hollywood


U.S.A.'s Olympic Gold Medalist Lynnette Love Touches The Heart Of Many: Reveals To South Korea How The Country's Culture And Art Form Made A Difference In Her Life

Posted on September 19, 2011 at 7:25 PM

See Broadcast Here: http://imnews.imbc.com/replay/2011/nwdesk/article/2927808_13062.html

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) featured The World Champion Tae Kwon Do practitioner during the network’s regular news broadcast on Saturday, September 17th. The Korean based network broadcasts throughout South Korea. MBC America, a division of MBC, broadcasts the network within the U.S. and airs to subscribers on Verizon, Cox and Comcast cable networks.

 

“I was informed about Lynnette Love's story through a colleague, and believed the story to be newsworthy to the South Korean citizens.” says Mr. Hoin Rhee, Washington, D.C. based reporter for the network. “Taekwondo is the national sport of South Korea. Also, Lynnette Love's story is very interesting because she is an American who won the gold medal in Taekwondo when the Olympics were held in South Korea.” Rhee explained that he wanted to show the influence of Taekwondo in the United States, and how many other cultures are participating in the sport. Also, the fact that a movie is being made about her story is of significant interest. The story can be viewed at:

http://imnews.imbc.com/replay/2011/nwdesk/article/2927808_13062.html

 

Already viewers have posted comments expressing their interest in Love’s story. “I just watched Master Lynnette Love on TV 9pm news (most-watched TV news in Korea) (Sat., Sep. 17). She is a legend & a great role model for children. Best wishes to her & her movie!” commented Kim In LosAngeles.

Love is known for her competitive career before and during the 1988 Olympic Games. She put Detroit, Michigan on the world map by winning three World Championships, two Olympic Medals, 10 US National Championships and 5 Pan American titles.

 

The most decorated athlete in Tae Kwon Do history, to date, no other female practitioner has beat her record. In 1991, the United States Olympic Committee named Ms. Love Female Athlete of the year for all sports. In 1992, with the title of Team Captain under her belt, she was the only woman from the 88 team to return and medal for the U.S..

 

Soon after her retirement, Ms. Love coached the US National Team at the World Championships, World Cup and Pan Am Games and was named USOC Developmental Coach of the Year.

 

Today Love operates Love’s Tae Kwon Do Academy where she teaches up and coming martial arts practitioners.

 

A movie is in development to pay homage to Love's success. Having co-starred on prime-time episodic Criminal Minds, Actress, Writer and Co-Producer of Seoul, U.S.A, Cherrelle éLan of Lady éLan Films will star in the movie playing the lead of Lynnette Love.

 

This October, along with Love, éLan will join Just Jameen for the Eclectic 2011 Pamper Event to raise funds for the trailer of the film. The two women will autograph photos and movie posters that will go to supporters of the film. For more information about the film please visit

http://seoulusathemovie.webs.com

 

Just Jameen for the Eclectic 2011 Pamper Event will take place October 7-8, 2011 at The Embassy Suites Hotes 19525 Victor Parkway, Livonia, MI 48152, Phone 734-462-6000 F 734-462-6003

 

For more event and vendor information please call 313-279-1494 or email [email protected]

 

C.C. Robinson, President

C.C. Robinson Talent Management

202-309-3895

[email protected]

 


Lynnette Love and Cherrelle e'Lan to join Just Jameen at October Fundraiser!

Posted on August 29, 2011 at 4:25 PM

Tae Kwon Do’s legendary world champion and native, Lynnette Love will join Detroit home-based business Just Jameen for the Eclectic 2011 Pamper event to raise funds for two causes close to her heart.  


The Greater Metro Detroit Lions Club/Lions Hearing Center became a major source to the Love family when it was discovered Love’s niece was deaf. As her niece grew into a young woman Love inspired her to compete in Tae Kwon Do. This fall, she was recruited by South West Collegiate Institute for the Deaf’s basketball team–a part of Howard College in Texas. And today Love is giving back to the organization that gave so much to her niece by raising scholarship funds. In addition, Love is supporting the development of Seoul, U.S.A a movie inspired by her own life to empower young women around the world.


Actress, writer and producer of Seoul, U.S.A, Cherrelle éLan of Lady éLan Films will join Ms. Love to raise funds for the movie. Having co-starred on prime-time episodic Criminal Minds, éLan will star in the movie playing the lead of Lynnette Love. Along with Love, éLan will also autograph movie posters that will go to supporters of the film. For more information about the film please visit http://seoulusathemovie.webs.com She will also perform in the Just Jameen evening fashion show during the pamper weekend of events. 


Just Jameen for the Eclectic 2011 Pamper Event will take place October 7-8, 2011 at The Embassy Suites Hotes 19525 Victor Parkway, Livonia, MI 48152, Phone 734-462-6000 F 734-462-6003

 

For more event and vendor information please call 313-279-1494 or email [email protected]

 

Official Press Release:  http://www.i-newswire.com/detroit-s-own-olympic-gold-medalist/123912

 


The Women's Sports Foundation Puts Seoul, U.S.A The Movie on blast

Posted on July 12, 2011 at 7:48 PM

The Women's Sports Foundation Supports Seoul, U.S.A. The Movie on Facebook!   





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