A fusion Gukak(Korean traditional music) band ‘Coreyah’ boards on a plane to perform at the Fringe Festival 2013 in Edinburgh. Among thousands of bands participating from overseas, Coreyah manages to draw the audiences’ attention by busking and handing out flyers. Although people initially show interest in exotic Asian instruments, such as Daegum and Geomungo, Coreyah ends up with only one audience sitting for their theater performance. Indeed, becoming popular and drawing audiences at the Fringe Festival is not an easy task. A senior artist Gwon Ho-sung visits Coreyah and criticizes its stage costume and lack of showmanship. After he leaves, the members begin unleashing their complaints and the mood turns tough...
Born in Seoul in 1983, Gwon Oh-gyoung graduated from Chung Ang University in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in film studies and had worked as a media producer in Credu’s commodity design team. In 2012, he founded ‘Ahnist’, a one-person film company specializing in documentary films. Whale of a Documentary is his first work.
: Gwon Oh-gyung
: Ohmbre, Kim Dong-kun, Kyoung-i, Kweon A-shin ,Jung Ha-lee, Kim Sho-rong