Yeonghwa and Myungjin, studying Korean traditional music at the university, suffer from the death of their best friend Yuna. The Yeonghwa tries to share the sadness with Myungjin, but Myungjin keeps avoiding speaking about Yuna's death, and their relationship starts to creak.
The story follows two girls in department of traditional Korean music. Their love-hate relationship is filled with misunderstanding and competition. During a Samulnori performance, the two immature girls must make intertwining harmony with their Kkwaenggwari rhythm despite their struggle to accept and understand each other. Through the music, they manage to communicate compassionately, one using sign language. Their emotions are heightened as one uses sign language and the other doesn’t. Through their unique way of communication, they finally achieve equality. (Kim Somi)
Kim Eunseo is majoring in Film and Digital Media at Seokyeong University. Her film Barbara Bar(2020) premiered in Seoul International Pride Film Festival and Jeju Hondie Film Festival.