Students muddled through the cold weather to the new MWTV office, now located in Chungmuro area. Mr. Aung tin Htun briefly explained the realities migrants face in Korea, later on explaining why it became necessary for migrants to produce their own stories. Mr. Htun, who also has been organizing Migrant World Film Festival for six years now, showed one of the films screened at the MWFF. The film, titled 'We Make Korea' was made by a student of Media Institute, a media educational program run by MWTV.
|Students also watched another emotional film, "A perm", story of a Vietnamese bride who is about to start her new life in a strange country, Korea. The class excursion to the MWTV, a truly a grass-root media organization-was organized to provide students opportunity to learn more about media and human rights advocacy.|