Today is the day that the movie gets released on certain streaming services in North America. They also said that the DVD would be available on Amazon but when I looked it was already sold out. It is available to rent or buy on Fandango, Apple TV, Amazon Prime and Google Play.
I both rented a view via Google Play and bought a DVD version from someone on ebay since according to the film's social media posts TWO printings have already sold out on Amazon (they're working on a third).
Without giving too much away, the film is at times cringey, hilarious and touching as Ji-min (Amber Liu) tries to fit into her new surroundings with the help of the curmudgeonly Al (Dan Lauria). Amber's own original music shows up in the background towards the end and during the closing credits. Definitely worth a watch.
I saw it yesterday, paid $7 to watch as part of the online Julien Dubuque Film Festival 2020 watch.eventive.org/jdiff2020/play/5edfd97784d9d1005b949f2b/ Entertaining, light, hackneyed plot with some fun elements. Wish they'd have taught Amber to swing better - would have made it more believable, haha. It's no Caddyshack, but worth a viewing.