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Ye-mi and Gang-bo, who used to play together in a band, stand at a crossroad as they start their final year in the highschool.
Ye-mi is frustrated as Kang-bo says he will concentrate on studying for the college. However Kang-bo is going through a hard time as well. Some youths give up on dreams in order to enjoy ‘Kopi Luwak every weekend’, while others pursue their dreams with worrying about the uncertainties ahead. This film is a paean dedicated to the unstable youths and their contemporary adults. (BAE Ju-yeon)
HAN Ji-wonHAN Ji-won
HAN Ji-won is currently enrolled in the department of animation at Korea National University of Arts. She received 2010 Indie-AniFest Grand Prize for Kopi Luwak.