I grew up on a small farm in the South Korean countryside. In 2002 I moved to Toronto, where I live today with my husband, two dogs, and a chubby cat. When I was young, there were always animals on the farm: chickens, pigs, cows, and dogs. But I never paid much attention to them. Unfortunately, they were no more than a financial means for my poor family. But living with the wonderful creatures, Tavish, Hamish and Nabi, has opened my eyes and heart particularly towards the dogs suffering in dog meat farms in Korea.
The goal of Compassion Soup is to reconnect Koreans with their compassionate nature. We need to build understanding, empathy and compassion in Korea and around the world. Only then will we see real progress toward replacing cruelty with compassion for dogs in Korea and for all animals. With this film, we hope to spark the wisdom that will ignite a change in perception toward dogs in Korea. Please help us to create Compassion Soup.To donate, please go to: www.freekoreandogs.org/donate.
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