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While working on a costume play together in high school, Yeon-soo and Ye-na became best friends. Now 22-year-old Yeon-soo makes clothes for costume play and plans to go to Japan for further study, while Ye-na attends a two-year college. Afraid of the future and tired of harsh reality, they try to do costume play together again, as if they can go back to their high school years when they were awkward but not yet messed up as they are now. With the actors’ natural performances, the film frankly embraces the turmoil of the lives of two 22-year-old girls. (Billy Choi)
KIM Hyo-minKIM Hyo-min
She was born in 1984 and majored Film and Theater at Kookmin University. Her films include The Sound in the Dark (2001), which won the Grand Prize at the 1st Woosuk Teenagers Film Festival, The Fireworks Displays (2002), My Dresses (2004), and Sanfransisco (2006).