What flowers did we come to find in this world? Can we laugh in the face of death? Can we instill our laughter with human warmth and the scent of love? If we do that, will we be able to present many parts of our life? Each death has a story filled with tears and laughter. Letís laugh and cry together by looking into those stories to find answers to our questions. Join us in our journey to a world of people who laugh, grow, love passionately and embrace others until the very last moment and where life meets death.
Yoon Ho-sang: Living in a human, manly way! Whatís the meaning of life? Donít say itís in alcohol and friends. I lost everything after I got drunk and agreed to give security for a friend of mine who wanted to get a loan. Iíve lost that friend and now all I have to worry about is how to pay my credit card debt. Iíve become everybodyís enemy. But deep inside Iím a very social person with a good sense of humor. We only live once... I should start living as a human from now on...
Na Hana: The purpose of my life is to correct my destiny by meeting a rich guy who will not live long. There are two things I know for sure in this world: money and myself. I adore money, and Iím selfish. Not to say that Iím pretty or well-shapedÖ Iím just an egoist. I never care about others Ė only about my own self. I always make sure to achieve my goals once I make up my mind to do something. I keep trying until I finally get it. If you put it in a good way Ė Iím brave and determined; if you put it in a bad way Ė Iím stupid and spiteful.
Ko Eun-tak: Iím a lucky guy. I was born in an affluent family. Who am I waiting for? Can I say that it has been worth waiting? I am a funeral assistant of Hanaís family and an aspiring doctor who knows a lot. On the outside I look like a blessed guy: Iím smart and lucky and Iíve achieved a lot without applying much effort. The only pitfall is that my mother remarried when I was young, so I was raised by my stepfather. Nobody knows how I have lived so far and where I came from.