Eunju must give up ballet because of the situation at home. And her parents are always fighting with other relatives. Everything begins to go wrong, and it seems that the cause is her dead grandfather’s gravesite. Eunju really wants to continue her ballet lessons, so decides to take a trip with her younger cousins to bring her grandfather to a better gravesite. The film is a cheeky reminder that family is not just a bunch of meddlers, but our partners to rely on, and that we must not be tied down by traditions. As an active actor herself, the director brings solid acing by children in this film that makes us think about our life at least once. Those who pay close attention to the tarot cards appearing at the beginning of the film will be able to make a prediction of how the film will end. (Jinna LEE)
Lee was born in Jeonju City, Korea. She is working as an actress and a film director both. She has acted in the films: The King (2016), Illang: The Wolf Brigade (2018), The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale (2018), and directed the short film Escape.