"Prodigal Korea" is a documentary exploring the cultural divide between first and second-generation Korean-Americans, particularly within the church context. The film features interviews with second-generation Korean-Americans who share their struggles with balancing their parents' traditional Korean values and their own desire to assimilate as Americans. It delves into the challenges they face in reconciling their cultural and spiritual identities, often leading to their departure from the church and even the Christian faith. Through this documentary, viewers gain insight into the history of Korean immigration to America and the complexities of identity and culture faced by many Korean-Americans today. The film aims to raise awareness and foster a more inclusive and understanding church environment for second-generation Koreans.