Director: Jeong Jae Eun
Runtime: 112 minutes
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean with English subtitles
This tender film chronicles five girls’ friendship after high school. Like many in town, they dream of living in Seoul, but
circumstances keep most from doing so. The exception is entitled but resilient Hae-joo, who moves for work. Her departure rattles them, who worry about losing their long-shared camaraderie as adulthood forces them on separate paths. As they try to stay connected, what emerges is a portrait of the strength of young Korean women as they tackle the burdens imposed on them by society.
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