Yongsan teens to hit the silver screen
Seoul American High School student Sean Conolly (right) and 41st Signal Battalion cameraman Pfc. Nathan Franco (left) set up a shot July 17 at the Dragon Hill Lodge.

<strong>YONGSAN GARRISON, Republic of Korea</strong> - Seoul American High School student Sean Conolly (right) and 41st Signal Battalion cameraman Pfc. Nathan Franco (left) set up a shot July 17 at the Dragon Hill Lodge.

Conolly directed a series of public announcement shoots featuring more than eight Yongsan youths associated with the USAG-Yongsan Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Service.

The public announcements will be shown at the Yongsan Movie Theater before each matinee beginning in August to address issues like shoplifting, smoking and alcohol consumption.

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