Tuesday, October 28, 2014

CONTEST ALERT: Giveaway Tickets to "MOURNING GRAVE" - Reel Asian Film Festival

I am SO excited to be on board with Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival this year!!

Are you a fan of K-dramas? Live near Toronto? Did you love Kim So-eun on We Got Married? I'm giving away 4 Pairs of Tickets, the highly anticipated Mourning Grave at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival on November 8! Anybody can enter, and there are 3 easy and simple ways to do so- Don't miss this amazing opportunity!! 

1)  Write a COMMENT at the comment of this post, saying you want to win!! 
2)  Share/comment this FACEBOOK POST on my fb page.
3)  Share this TWITTER POST  on my twitter account.

I will draw random winners on Sunday Nov. 2, and the movie takes place Sat. Nov 8 @ 9:15pm, The Royal Theatre (608 College St, Toronto). The screening event will feature the film director himself, who will run a Q&A session after~ So exciting! I *may* be attending as well :) 

SYNOPSIS: With the ability to see ghosts, In-su returns to his hometown for a normal life, but ends up bonding with an unusual girl. Meanwhile, a mysterious masked ghost has started to hunt down and kill his classmates one by one. Starring Kim So-eun and Kang Ha-neul.

But guess what- You can ALSO use promo code frozen18 to save 25% discount off regular-priced tickets at reelasian.com. See the full line-up here! #RA2014

This will actually be the 18th edition of the film festival, and this year it runs from November 6 - 16. From what I see, it's honestly a fantastic lineup of movies and events from all across Asia.  Good luck everyone entering the contest, I will release an update soon!! 

Official Trailer for "Mourning Grave" 

Saturday, October 4, 2014


Last weekend, 600 passionate women and men gathered in the lobby of Fairbank Hotel in downtown Toronto.  In the crowd, we saw compassionate students, families with children, dedicated officers, lawyers, and members of parliament.  Of that group, approximately 200 people (including myself!) later marched the streets of Toronto.

Before spotting my friend, I showed up alone feeling nervous, since this was the first Freedom Walk I had attended. Free Them really outdid themselves though, as Ottawa also had a walk that was being run simultaneously.  Really proud to hear about that! [VIDEO COMING SOON! CHECK BACK]

It was really cool and inviting to have a red carpet style banner set up, so all attendees felt good about showing up.
Most people pre-registered, so I quickly moved through the line to sign in, and get a drawstring backpack full of trafficking information.
Goodie bag with bracelet, info, posters to put up.