In May 2006, two 19-year-olds set the record as the youngest Britons to climb Mount Everest (8,848 m). Together, they continued to explore and challenge themselves, successfully traveling from the North Pole to the South Pole using only natural power, and being selected as National Geographic’s Explorer of the Year. Until one of the friends died in 2009 in Mont Blanc, Alps. After losing his friend, James Hooper, who is very well known to Koreans, began the 'One Mile Closer' charity and set up a school in Uganda. This film is a documentary made in the spirit of commemoration and the challenge to "begin exploring one step at a time.” (KIM Se-jin)
[Screening Information]-UMFF On Air (Online Screening) / 10.23 ~ 11.01 (10 days) / Korean Open (limited for Korea region)
* Every film is only available from 00:00(KST) on its start date to 23:59(KST) on its end date.
Born in 1990 in Korea. Director, filming, and editing director, believing in the power of video to change the world and producing the documentary for giving many people courage for the challenge. She also worked as a writer and is currently a producer at a broadcasting station.