Misu (KIM Goeun) and Hyunwoo (JEONG Haein) get to know each while working in the bakery where Misu inherited from her mother. Hyunwoo, who entered a juvenile detention center after being entangled in the unfortunate incident, gradually finds stability in his mind after meeting with Misu. Misu likes Hyunwoo and Hyunwoo likes Misu. However, Hyunwoo, who was forced to rejoin the group of rather bad friends, will be separated from Misu for a while. In the meantime, time has passed and Misu has become the editor of a publishing company.
The two meet again and become lovers, but there are other obstacles to their love. It is a new film directed by JUNG Ji-woo, who has produced outstanding works such as Blossom Again, A Muse, Fourth Place, and Heart Blackened. KIM Goeun’s acting is lovely, JEONG Haein’s acting is reliable, and the two are harmonious. Supporting actors’ performances are also impressive. JUNG Jiwoo’s unique subtlety shines through this film. (JUNG Han-Seok)
Born in 1968. His directorial feature debut Happy End(1999) was received well in both box office and critical acclaim, invited to Critics’ Week in Cannes and many more. He won FIPRESCI Korea Award with his second feature Blossom Again(2005), then The Buil Film Awards with EunGyo(2012).