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A candy-sucking high school girl waits for a boy in an alley, but the boy is only interested in a bicycle and his brother who fixes it. Using the bicycle as a metaphor, the film vividly shows the sexual curiosity and desire of adolescents, as well as the power relations in this odd love-triangle. The film also reveals to us why we need feet to stand for love, not the wheels of bicycle that could fall down at any time. (Billy Choi)
Park YoonPark Yoon
Born in 1976, Park Yoon majored in political science and diplomacy at Incheon Municipal University. She received her MFA in screenwriting at the Korean National University of Arts. In addition to directing Saving Our Love which was screened at the 2003 Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, she also wrote several scenarios.