In Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, a Korean American family moves to an Arkansa farm in search of the American Dream. As they struggle to start a new business, they also struggle to rebuild their lives in a new environment. This week, we welcome SF’r Shelley McVea and newcomer Seun Olowo-ake to talk about making a home and the pitfalls of ambition.
You can stream the episode on podomatic, Alexa (via Stitcher), Spotify or Amazon Podcasts! Or, you can download the ep on Apple Podcasts!
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