Sang-woon lives in Gajeong-dong, an old neighborhood in the city of Incheon. He works in the new city on the other side of an overpass. Every late evening on his way back from work, Sang-woon finds solace by reading the poems someone writes on the wall everyday. One day, Sang-woon notices that the poems on the wall hasn't changed since yesterday.
[Heo Ji-yun, Director]
Gajeong-dong in the city of Incheon is an old neighborhood. I wanted to portray how the neighbors of this town find solace in poetry to carry on their lives and commemorate this place with this film.
Born in 1996, he studied film studies at university. Living in Incheon, he has made films set in Incheon. He directed short films such as NEW BORN and TREVI, and Hometown, his third film. Heo Ji-yun, Director