As a security guard at a service corporation, In-bae’s life is not easy. His father is sick in bed and his grandmother, who can barely take care of herself, keeps the house. Ironically, his girlfriend, Ae-ran, is a worker at the factory he guards. One day, Ae-ran gives him a bag filled with 10 million won, suggesting him to start a new business. In-bae refuses the money, but she thrusts the money in his hand anyway, and leaves. He is hesitant at first, but he remembers that his grandmother washes clothes with her own hands, and so decides to buy a washing machine and some meat. He then prepares for a long awaited nice dinner, but this trivial happiness doesn’t last. Seongbuk Port is the director’s graduation project and the film draws upon the other side of a man whose life is like that of a gang member. Despite his job, which is not socially respected, the scenes describing his family rid the viewers of prejudices against him. He does not reveal his mind to others, but after his father and grandmother have left, when he stands on the port waiting to get on a ship going overseas, viewers notice the burden of his life as a laborer.
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