Home » Free Public Viewing for the Hit 2011 Film, “GLove”

The South Korean film “GLove” that was released in the early 2011 is a totally major hit as it is about a hearing-impaired high school baseball team’s journey to reach the national competition. This current month, May, the real-life team that had inspired the whole film will be going to travel in the Washington DC for the series of friendly games to the players coming from Gallaudet University’s Model Secondary School for the Deaf or MSSD, additional to that, there will be also a free public viewing of the movie that tackles the story of the team on how they had struggle just to overcome their disability and to become strong and successful.

The screening of the movie will be going to take place tomorrow, May 9 at 7:00 p.m. at the Meyer Auditorium in the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art located in the 12th Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC. The 14 members of the team, their coaches and other staff from the Chungju Sung-Shim High School in the South Korea are going to join in a discussion alongside with their audiences after the screening have finish.

The said film explores the word “how” with the help of a very frustrated pro player who was also struggling to keep his own career in stardom, both coach and all the players of the team had learned the true meaning of determination, teamwork and belief with each other as they make sure to reached their true goals.

The South Korean film had also finished their friendly baseball game with the MSSD’s team yesterday, May 7th from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. on the Gallaudet University in Washington D.C. The game was opened in the public as the whole parking lot that is available on the campus had already swept off. There is a no ticket or RSVP that is required for the said game. On the other hand, the Korean Cultural Center on the Embassy of the Republic of Korea or also known as the KORUS House is very much proud to support the visit of the Chungju Suny-Shim High School players.