SEOUL, U.S.A. THE MOVIE

Subtitle

Invest In An Indomitable Spirit To Empower Young Women Around The World 

The Story

Inspired by a TRUE STORY, Seoul, U.S.A. is a testament to Tae Kwon Do's primary tenet--INDOMITABLE SPIRIT!  LYNNETTE LOVE and ARLENE LIMAS represent everything Tae Kwon Do.  

 "If I can make you think I'm King Kong, then I've already won the fight."
                                                                                              
-LYNNETTE LOVE

 

"The only thing that I probably struggled with... it's not always best to be able to beat the boys."
                                                                                                        -ARLENE LIMAS

 

 

Our Mission

Seoul, U.S.A. is a world movement committed to empowering the lives of independent young women between the ages of 13-25.

Endorsed by The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Seoul, U.S.A. The Movie helps fill the demand for female driven stories.  Inspired by Olympic Gold Medalists Lynnette Love and Arlene Limas this story tells how these women beat the odds and took on a male-dominated Martial Art form.

 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH INITIATIVE

As the writer of the screenplay, and witness to pressures of city life and Tae Kwon Do practitioner myself,  I can attest to positive images impression upon young women.  

 

 
Therefore, we have created a community outreach program as well to meet face to face with young women. 
 
 
And we have partnered with the WOOSONG FOUNDATION to provide TAE KWON DO SCHOLARSHIPS for at risk young girls and women residing near Love's Tae Kwon Do, Power Kix, and The United States Tae Kwon Do Center!   

  

More information about The WooSong Foundation can be found at: 

http://www.woosongfoundation.org/

 

ENDORSEMENTS

Currently, we are in pre-development.  In May 2015 we were awarded The Seoul Film Commission Location Scout Grant.

Other endorsements include:

  • The Women's Sports Foundation
  • The U.S. Tae Kwon Do Team (U.S Olympic TKD Team Governing Body)
  • The United States Tae Kwon Do Committee
  • Loves Tae Kwon Do
  • Arlene Limas' Power Kix Martial Arts
  • The Duke Ellington School of the Arts 

 MAKE A DONATION

With your help, there is a healing of the soul Seoul, U.S.A. can provide to young women whose self-esteem has been shattered.

 

In addition to Pre-Development Costs of the Movie, a portion of your donation will go toward a TAE KWON DO SCHOLARSHIP FOR AT RISK GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN who reside near Love's Tae Kwon Do Academy, Powerkix Tae Kwon Do and The United States Tae Kwon Do Center.

The remaining $450,000 will be used to package the film with a Director, Producer, Casting Director and Principal Cast.  We will also use the funds toward legal/administrative fees as well as marketing fees to raise the remaining total of $4 million. 

FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN GOAL- $450,000

  • INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS START AT $100

  • INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS $10,000 – FILM CREDIT

  • CORPORATE/ANGEL INVESTORS $25,000 AND UP-CAMEO APPEARANCE AND FILM CREDIT

FILM PRODUCTION BUDGET- $4 MILLION

Once we have made our goal of $450,000, any additional funds will go toward Production and Post Production Costs of the feature film. 

SOCIAL MEDIA

Send us a contribution if you can. If you are unable to make a financial donation at this time, support and share our SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGNS with your friends and family:

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Thank you for supporting Seoul, U.S.A. The Movement in an effort to empower young women around the world!

Email us at:  [email protected] to make a donation TODAY!

Bring Seoul, U.S.A. to the big screen!  

  

To request an e-investor package for the making of the film, please email us at: [email protected]