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The film begins with a story of an ill-fated woman who was buried in Bukhan Mountain a long time ago. Then in the present time, a woman deliriously climbs the mountain on bare feet. However, can a woman reach the top of the mountain to face nature and to enjoy solitude? Traditional Korean music is accompanied with images in harmony, adding to the delirium and bitterness the film delivers. (Jenna Ku)
Park Eun-youngPark Eun-young
Born in 1974, Park Eun-young studied Film Directing at the Korean National University of Arts. She directed Betrayal(2001) and worked as cinematographer for Moon sets, Rain falls (2001).