Deborah Klugman – Stage Raw
Jeong, a Korean concept not easily translatable to English, is an integral theme in playwright Julia Cho’s potentially absorbing family drama.
As explained by Sah-Jin (Sharon Omi), a widowed immigrant from Korea, to her desperately troubled daughter Eunice (Julia Cho, not the playwright), it’s an intimacy that transcends love or hate: a feeling of closeness with another person whom you may not even like, but whose absence creates an unfillable vacuum in one‘s life. Read more…
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