The Korean Immersion Program (KIP) at Claire Lilienthal Elementary School is a mix of Korean and non-Korean students who become fully immersed in Korean language and culture. Multiple classes, including math, are taught in Korean, and Korean celebrations are an integral component of the educational experience. Until 2013, the program only ran through fifth grade, which greatly diminished the long-term impact of the program. Thus, several parents came together to form the San Francisco Korean Immersion Education Alliance (SFKIEA) to raise money for and spread awareness about the program. For this video, I interviewed these parents, along with students, teachers, and the vice-principal. I loved every minute of it. Everyone was so kind and passionate about building the program for the benefit of future KIP students. After the video was shown at an SFKIEA fundraiser at the Korean Consulate, the program was extended through eighth grade. Of course I am not personally responsible, but, based on the feedback I received from the SFKIEA founders, the video did have a direct impact on the success of the event.