* Date : 2015-03-18
A touching documentary about the lives and identity of Korean Japanese living in Japan.
Seventeen-year-old Seon-hwa is studying at Keonguk School, which is a Korean school located in Osaka, Japan. Although Japanese is the main language in class, students also learn Korean, Korean history, and Korean geography. Seon-hwa is also a member of the after-school Korean samulnori club. This traditional art club will represent Osaka at the national performing arts competition for high school students. The camera follows the club's practice leading up to the competition and shows how the students grow and change in the process.