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College student Chung-soo goes to his friend Ji-yeon’s school and happens to witness an argument between Jae-hoon and Sun-young, a couple in that school. This is the first short film of the director.
With the advancement in visual technology, a little happening could be a spectacle of life in today’s society. College student Chung-soo visits his friend’s school and happens to see an argument between Jae-hoon and Sun-young, college sweethearts. As the argument grows bigger, more people gather to see it. One student even starts to take a video simultaneously transmitting it with her cell-phone, and the audience watch the people who watch the argument. This film is witty and brilliant in using the cinematic frame to satirize the current visual culture. (CHO Hye-young)
KIM Han-gyoulKIM Han-gyoul
She studied in Directing Film at Konkuk University, College of Art & Design, majoring Film. She wrote and directed A Perfect Sight, her first film.