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What do a mother and daughter mean to each other? Shin-oh likes to listen to the radio and is in desperate need of a mother with whom she could discuss her future plans. However, her mother’s preoccupation with her current life in college is only escalating Shin-oh’s bitterness towards her mother...On July 8th, 1988, Shin-oh flashed a red light to her mother, but since August 4th, 2005, she only flashes her a bright green light.
Kim Hyo-biKim Hyo-bi
Born in Icheon, 1988, Kim Hyo-bi graduated from Korean Animation High School. A Signal is her first film.