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Escaping from her abusive husband, Sook-ja takes refuge in Baram-gol (Wind Valley). Several different selves live in her mind: an innocent little girl who desires affection from others, a lady believing in love, a suffering pregnant woman battered by her husband. Her husband finds her and begins to abuse her again, but her inner selves lend her power to solve problems in the outside reality.
KIM Da-youngKIM Da-young
After graduating from Yonsei University as a biochemistry major, she graduated from Korea National University of Arts, where she majored in film directing at Department of Film. Currently building her career as a screenwriter and working towards directing a feature-length film. Wrote the screenplay for and directed the film Sook Ja, which was screened at the 7th SEOUL International Women’s Film Festival.