Brighton dads can earn £100 to star in Korean TV show

The Korean Educational Broadcast System is in Brighton at the moment and would like to find a dad to film.

So if you’re a dad with a baby or pre-school age children then why not drop them a line and see if you fit their spec?

The team are filming a documentary about fatherhood, and we are shooting in the USA, Japan, the UK and Europe.

The producers are in Brighton and looking for a family to film their routine life at home, focusing on dad nurturing his child. 
Below are some details about the type of family they are looking for:

  • Must have a baby or pre-school age children
  • To film your routine life with you child. (. It’s not necessary to be a good example, but to share experiences about nurturing.)
  • To film for about two hour and record a few interviews about how to nurture their child
  • To be available nytime until the first week of May,  but this weekend will be the best.
  • £100 and DVD of the documentary, as a token of my gratitude.

Contact detail : Miyoung Yun / yunpd21@hotmail.com / 078-765432-57

Please contact Miyoung directly if your are interested (see also local plans to make a SuperDads movie by clicking here now)

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Glen Poole is UK co-ordinator for International Men's Day, Director at the consultancy Helping Men and news editor of insideMAN magazine. Follow him on twitter @HelpingMen or find out more about his work at www.helpingmen.co.uk.

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