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Seoul, U.S.A. is a testament to Tae Kwon Do's primary tenet - indomitable spirit! Lynnette Love and Arlene Limas represent everything Tae Kwon Do. Though born of different ethnicities, with... See more »

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Lynnette Love (as Cherrelle Elan)
Courtney Schwartz ...
Arlene Limas
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Papa Limas
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Coach Lee
Freddy Bouciegues ...
Coach Simms
Adrian Gonzales ...
Jorge
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Joel Brown ...
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Romell Foster-Owens

Written by

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Cherrelle E'Lan ... (story and screenplay)

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Cherrelle E'Lan ... executive producer
Natasha Foster-Owens ... line producer
Romell Foster-Owens ... producer
Alison Marek ... associate producer

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Brigman Foster-Owens

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Rachel Eisengart

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Scott Little ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Marie Rowe

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Frederica Nascimento

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Mecca Dickerson ... key makeup artist

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Freddy Bouciegues ... action coordinator
Matt Sigloch ... stunt coordinator

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David Adams ... gaffer
Brandon Dimit ... first assistant camera
Brigman Foster-Owens ... camera operator
Jeremy Guy ... gaffer
Tibrina Hobson ... still photographer
Sam Schroeder ... camera operator: "B" camera
Rick Tucker ... key grip

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Kimberly Overton ... key costumer

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Scott 'Bugs' Allen ... composer: theme music

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Lynnette Love ... fundraiser

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Plot Summary

Seoul, U.S.A. is a testament to Tae Kwon Do's primary tenet - indomitable spirit! Lynnette Love and Arlene Limas represent everything Tae Kwon Do. Though born of different ethnicities, with the guidance of Coach Lee these two amazing women overcome personal demons of poverty, crime infested neighborhoods and hardships of being a woman competing in a male dominated martial art form. With everything to gain and everything to lose, these two women go the distance to bring home the gold and make their country proud! Written by Cherrelle e'Lan

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  • Seoul, U.S.A. (United States)
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Trivia Tae Kwon Do, a Korean Martial Arts form, was introduced at the 1988 Olympic Games hosted in Seoul, Korea. See more »

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