Client News – Watch “Man Up”, starring client Kevin Wu (Kevjumba), at the LA Asian Pacific Film Festival!

One of LA’s hottest film festivals will be opening up this week, and we want to make sure you’re there! The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival will be happening, April 23rd – April 30th, and you can find more in about it here (i.e., tickets, schedule, etc..): click here.

If you don’t know what movie to watch, we encourage you to watch at least two films connected with our law firm! You can catch one of our clients, Kevin Wu (Kevjumba), who will be premiering and starring in his new film, “Man Up”, at the festival on Sunday, April 26th @ the Downtown Independent. For more info, click here.

Also, if you have time, you can catch our very own principal attorney, David Yung Ho Kim, in the new film, “Jasmine”, which premieres at the festival next Tuesday, April 28th @ the CGV Theaters in Koreatown LA. For more info, click here.

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