For Han-sol, a high school senior living with a father who beats him at the slightest provocation, a friend Gi-suk, who raps about his hard feelings of being raised up in a broken family, is the only person whom he can open his heart. After entering high school and becoming distant from Gi-suk, Han-sol visits his rap club, but Han-sol’s father is never fond of Han-sol as a rapper.
Born in 1986. Graduated from philosophy department in Korea University and studied film directing at KAFA. His full-length documentary Too Old Hip-Hop Kid(2011) won the awards for Excellence and Audience’s Choice at Seoul Independent Film Festival and was also screened at the 8th JIMFF.