A famous human rights activist for North Korean refugees, Pastor Kim plans to help North Korean orphans to be adopted by Americans. Hearing about two young sisters who escaped from North Korea, Pastor Kim and his brokers start a lifelong adventure.
Pastor Kim is a famous human rights activist for North Korean defectors. He has saved over 1,000 defectors to become globally renowned. As the North Korean Child Welfare Act was passed in the US in 2013, he dreams to save North Korean orphans and have them adopted to American families. If successful, he can easily attract funding from domestic and foreign investors and gain wealth and fame at the same time, but it is not easy at all and defection brokers need to be replaced many times. ''A Good Business ''exposes something people are unwilling to mention and hide behind ideology and pretext: money. Lee Hark-joon, who has already made multiple TV documentaries about North Korean defectors, collected information about North Korean defection for 4 years. The ethical issue on top of matter of gain and loss creates tension. [KIM Youngjin]
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