19th Annual Foreign Film Festival
2018; 1 h 43 m; PG-13 for thematic material
Finding city life taxing, Hye-won returns home to her rural town, where she rekindles an appreciation for seasonal cooking and renews old friendships. A heartwarming story brimming with charm, this slice-of-life film explores how letting go of what you have can sometimes give you everything you need.
Following the 7:30pm screening, there will be a short Q&A about Korean cinema led by film scholar Ghiyong Patrick Moon, who is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Kansas.