Directed by Kim Na-kyung
A young homeless man happens to draw a series of illustrations over dusty surfaces, gradually recovering from the pains of his past.
Directed by Arts Council Korea
The choreographer sees the beginning of life as extinction rather than birth, and composes the flow of beast nature born out of that extinction, conflict between humans, hope and joy in life, and death of life. The most fair thing given to all life, the story of "life and death" unfolded from a reincarnation perspective.
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