lover / labor / cohabitation / relationship / living
Jiyeong works during the day while Woocheol works during the night. Although they're living together, the only time they see each other is from 7am to 8am, for just one hour after Woocheol comes from work, and as Jiyeong gets ready for work.
A woman works during the day, and a man works at night. Though they live together, they only meet each other early in the morning when both are exhausted. We work to live, but more work doesn't allow us time to be true to ourselves. The film delicately illustrates our longing to spend time with someone, share food, and have a good sleep. As the dream of dancing on a beach brings good luck, the film brings hope to our weary days. [CHOI Mina]
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Born in 1992. Majored in Filmmaking at Korea National University of Arts. Director and main actor of various short films. Days of Sunhwa (2018) was screened at Jeonju International Film Festival.
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