Religion is the only thing that sustains Kyungsuk who is tired of taking care of her family. Her family is always in conflict because of her illogical belief. Can she maintain her belief in this environment?
Kyongsuk’s family has no a peaceful day: mother-in-law uncomfortable with aging, husband never contributing to the family economy, uncle who only cares about getting money out of the family, son who tried to commit suicide without adapting to military life, at last daughter of the middle school girl who rebelled against everything. There is none to help her at home. She stays in a hard routine, relying on her faith. Nonetheless, ''Her Family Has No Problem ''does not worry about the family that is in danger of collapsing. It does not insist on the recovery of the threatened family system. Though all of the family members are disrespectful and close to a burden that cannot be handled for Kyongsuk, there is an invisible force that keep the family from being broken up. Harmonious ensemble of the actors realistically portrays the invisible force. [JANG Byungwon]
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