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Yoon-soo moves out of her parents’ house to live on her own. At first, everything seems to be going her way. But it is not long before she faces many troubles: she gets lost moving her things to the new house, which is unexpectedly locked. To make things worse, she arrives to find out that someone else has already moved in. It does not seem easy at all to move out and live independently. This film is a realistic window to women’s independence, and the surroundings that make it hard to achieve.
Oh Jung-younOh Jung-youn
Born in 1978, Oh studied at Seoul National University majoring in Aesthetics and continued her studies at the Korean Academy of Film Arts. She directed 3 Years (2001).