Sun-joo works at the factory in Guro-dong. In her town, there is an immature girl who sits at the same place asking the same question over and over, and a new postman who shouts the name and address. One day, Sun-joo’s father visits her with her spring clothes. The film vividly portrays the story of a factory worker in Guro in the 60s and 70s through the love between a father and a daughter.
KIM Sun-minKIM Sun-min
Born 1974 in Seoul. Kim Sun-min graduated from the Film Department at Seoul Institute of the Arts, and from Korean Academy of Film Arts. She has shown her constant interests in minorities and people on the margin, and those interests were shaped into short films, and exhibition films. Her directorial works include One Korea (2001), Looking Back (2001), Dream of Snail (2003), After Love (2004), Garivegas (2005), Looking for the Statue of Export (2015), etc. While in preproduction for a film on laborers in Garibong-dong area, she passed away from cancer on April 18, 2017