The case of the day is Korea Deposit Insurance Corp. v. Suh (Cal. Ct. App. 2018). Tomato Savings Bank, a Korean bank, loaned ₩500 million to Debbie A. Suh. Suh failed to pay. The bank went bankrupt, and the KDIC was appointed trustee. It sued Suh in Korea on the loan. After a trial, the Korean court entered judgment for nearly ₩1 billion. KDIC then sought recognition and enforcement of the judgment in the Riverside County (California) Superior Court—Suh was a US citizen residing in California. Suh’s evidence was that her father, who nominally was the guarantor of the loan, in fact had entered into the loan on her behalf without her knowledge and that he had kept all the proceeds.