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Jin, a junior high school student, feels disturbed by others’ attention to her growing breasts. Her boyfriend wonders if she’s wearing bra with extra padding and her mother seems proud of Jin’s breasts. Jin’s father annoys her by wandering around in his underwear at home. With a touch of humor and warmth, the film captures the curiosity and anxiety of an adolescent girl experiencing puberty. (Billy Choi)
Kim Seo-jinKim Seo-jin
Kim Seo-jin graduated from Seoul National University and continued her film studies at Korean National University of Arts. She made her first film Feed in 2002 and her second short film Don’t Tell Mama(2003), which won the short film award at 2004 KNUA Women’s Art Fest.