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Completely unexpectedly, Hee-jin gets laid off from the Supermarket where she’s been working. She tries to go back, but the reality is too harsh and cruel to deal with. Her unanswered love and excolleague’s careless curiosity deeply scar her, but it is only after Hee-jin accepts all these situations that she becomes to be able to cope. This film is impressive in that it stares no-nonsense reality right in the face and deals with the wounds that young people of today’s society get when confronted with such reality. (MO Eun-young)
LEE YounglimLEE Younglim
Born in 1983. Lee Graduated from Korea National University of Arts’ School of Film, TV, and Multimedia in 2006. Her films are; One day After (2003), Ba-da-reul-ji-na-myeon (2005) etc.