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The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, Joon Bai has released his memoir, Promises, about his real life story growing up inside the borders of North Korea.
In his engaging new memoir, Promises, humanitarian, movie producer, and successful entrepreneur Joon Bai shares his extraordinary life story and the lessons he learned about courage, challenges, and hope. He also gives readers a rare look inside the borders of North Korea.
Bai endured the devastation of World War II and the Korean War from his early childhood in North Korea before moving to America as an exchange student. He eventually opened his own factory in rural Pennsylvania, supported by his beloved wife, Kyuhee, and mother, after earning an engineering degree and beginning a successful business career.
With her hard-won success at hand, Bai went back to North Korea to assist farmers and children who had been affected by the ongoing famine there. She spent millions of dollars and saved a lot of lives along the way. According to Bai, it was an effort that was motivated by the Christian faith that his mother and wife instilled in him.
Bai’s passion and devotion led him to write and produce the moving film The Other Side Of The Mountain, a heartbreaking love story with a message of unification that is dear to Koreans on both sides of the border.
Promises chronicles each and every one of these experiences. It is a story about values, character, perseverance, and most importantly, the power of love and faith.
Deeply grateful to his new country, America, for embracing him and giving him every opportunity to become a good citizen and to contribute to the society, Joon Bai is a successful entrepreneur and humanitarian. He returned to his birthplace of North Korea numerous times to provide philanthropic assistance to farmers, orphans, and numerous other individuals with the assistance of the love of his life, his wife, Kyuhee.
He wrote and co-produced the award-winning film The Other Side Of The Mountain while traveling in North Korea. It was the first time an American and the North Korean government had worked together on a film. Bai lives in Pleasanton, California.
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For more information about the movie, The Other Side of the Mountain, visit www.osomfilm.com.
Publisher: Trans Western Pictures, LLC
Release Date: October 2022
Available from Amazon.com and http://www.pathwaybook.com/
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