A fruit store owner, Aya, feels an attack of indigestion. *This film does not provide subtitles for the Vietnamese dialogue according to the director’s intention.
A husband talks to his wife in the corner of the market, and she gets choked. She returns to work and takes off her ring. She wants to speak Korean well without being a Korean man's wife. How does life turn out for migrant women who marry Korean men? This film examines the case of a Vietnamese woman, Aya, who tries to live a life outside Korea's marital system. When Aya speaks her mind like a native without an accent is a pivotal point in this film. The audience will learn through the ears of another Korean that communication is not achieved by efforts from one side. (NAM Sunwoo)
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