In South Korea in the midst of a pandemic, a father and daughter attend a movie session in an empty theater. Silently and gracefully, they fill the void of the room with their oddities and small rituals which make up their moviegoing program. (M. M.)
Born in Seoul, South Korea. He is currently studying at Graduate School of Communication and Arts Yonsei University. His first short film, "Templementary" (2001) was screened for the Wide Angle section in the 6th Pusan International Film Festival. "Chapter 2: How To Breathe" (2002) won Best Short Film Award at Pusan International Film Festival. "Under Construction" (2005) won Best Asian Short Film Award at Bangkok International Film Festival.