“The Ways We Cook”
The pressure is put on the son to cook for his entire family at a Korean barbecue restaurant, however, the family's painful past forces them to eventually confront their emotions.
I made this film because I wanted to make a film that felt personal to my experiences at home. I wanted to take a risk in my art, showing everyone a certain vulnerability that I normally don't exude face-to-face. It felt purposeful making this film because I know so many people have gone through similar experiences so I wanted them to resonate with any aspect of the film.