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Yeon-ah believes that her body smells, so she refuses to eat. But her friends force her to eat something. A class leader comes between them. The smell of her body makes Yeon-ah feels like a misfit. Whether one has body odor or has a nosebleed, these are things that make one feel alienated from others. This story is something any woman can sympathize with, especially those who have felt vulnerable while going through adolescence. Yeon-ah and her friend connect deeply without talking in the spring rain. (PARK Seojin)
JUNG Ji-yeonJUNG Ji-yeon
JUNG was born in 1984 and graduated from Korea National University of Arts, School of Film and Multimedia in 2008, majoring in Film Making. Having directed several films such as Bittersweet(2004), The Second World(2005), and Duet (2007), she received a Special Prize from the Seoul Independent Film Festival and Grand Prize from the University Film Festival of Korea with her recent film Blooming in Spring (2008) Blooming in Spring was also screened in Berlinale 2009.