Yomi and Hun pretend to be lovers and spend one night. Yomi gives Hoon her phone number and offers to pretend to be her fiancé, and she asks to go see someone else's house. Thus, the real couple lives in the house they visit, and Yomi and Hun become entangled in their conflict. When Yomi is faced with a series of situations different from what she wanted to see, she eventually runs out of the house.
Cracks in married life, the end of a romantic relationship, and difficulties in human relationships are now quite familiar cinematic themes. Motel in the sunshine wittily overcomes these familiar subjects. Yomi and Hun, who meet through a dating app and spend a night together, decide to continue their pretense of being lovers for a little longer in the morning after. Pretending to be an engaged couple, they decide to go house-hunting and visit the house of a real married couple. When the traces of the scars and pain of relationships buried in every corner of the house slowly emerge through a tense conversation, lonesome darkness descends on the film. [SON Sinae]
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