|Starring||Kim Taewoo, Ko Hyunjung, Uhm Jiwon|
|Running Time||126 min.|
|Country of Production||Korea|
|Festival & Awards||2009 Cannes Film Festival - Directors’ Fortnight|
|Synopsis||KU Kyung-nam, who is stuck with the label of an ‘art-house film director’, attends a film festival in a small town as a jury. In the town, he bumps into an old friend BU. Over drinks, KU is dragged to BU’s house and meets his wife. The next day after a long night of heavy drinking, KU returns to his hotel and finds a message from BU which says ‘never come near us again’. But he can’t remember what happened last night.
Soon after that, KU goes to Jeju Island to give a lecture. There he meets a famous admired painter who was KU’s college senior and finds out that the painter’s new wife is KU’s love back in his twenties. When she gives him a note secretly, he is quite confused. The next day on his way to go to the airport, KU changes his mind and heads to the painter’s house to meet her.
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