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Young-hee plans to have cosmetic surgery. She even tries to get a loan that promises her that she can get an ‘easy loan by one phone call.’ Just as she is envisioning her new life with a new face, she gets a diagnosis that she has terminal cancer. At this juncture she decides to proceed with plastic surgery in order to fulfill her dream of looking like the famous Korean actress - even if it is for only one day. Looking at the portrait of the deceased Young-hee might make one laugh at first; but afterwards bitterness may be the sensation, for the film criticizes the current plastic surgery boom of this age. (PARK Seojin)
YOON Hye-ryeomYOON Hye-ryeom
YOON was born in 1984 and graduated from Sungkyul University with a major in Theater & Film. After making several films including A Killer and a Girl (2005), Crayon (2006), and Make it Better (2007), she won the Best Cinematography Award from the University Film Festival of Korea and the Special Prize from Busan University for Digital Content with her recent film, Matrix Company. She is now studying at the Graduate School of Digital Image & Content, Dongguk University, with a major in Film & Digital Media.