Good Hands, volume 2:
A story about family.
A short film about family, change, and the pursuit of what matters most. Featuring Han Oak, two cute little boys and some amazing food.
Peter and his wife Sun's home also happens to be their restaurant - Han Oak. The line between their personal and professional lives is quite literally a wall. By design, Peter is able to spend his time with his two loves - creating in the kitchen and doting on his children. These pursuits are sometimes separated only by seconds as Peter dances betweens feeding strangers dinner and his children lunch. The method is part chaos, part endearing, the result is exceptional food in a unique setting.
Peter at home with his boys. Little laughs and squeals from this room drown out the sizzles and clangs of food prep a few steps away.
A family trip to the farmer's market.
Peter making dumplings with his mother and son. A generational recipe hand made every day.
Dumplings, kimchi, nori noodles, korean fried chicken - there are no wrong choices here.
Big thanks to Peter and Sun for allowing my to follow them around for a couple days and special thanks to Brianna Horwath for photo assisting.