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In-ha tries to get back in touch with Su-min. She asks her old friends from college about Su-min\'s whereabouts but it does not seem like an easy task.
In-ha, who broke up with her boyfriend, is in search for Su-min, asking her whereabouts for all day. But why does she need to see Su-min? She finally gets to see Su-min at the reunion party. To keep a romantic relationship going on, it is vital to reach an agreement on how much and when they open their relationships to their friends. And it is more true when it comes between the same-sex relationships. We see In-ha and Su-min in two shot while they are having sort of heated conversations, and later the camera pulls back revealing that they are in a rooftop bar surrounded by their friends. (CHO HyeYoung)
PARK Eun-hyePARK Eun-hye
Graduated from Dong-ah Institute of Media and Arts in 2017 as a film arts major. Directed Cheese Fork and Only Three Month.