Mitsuki, a Japanese female dancer, and Jian, a Korean male dancer, meet in Jeju on the southern island of Korea. Mitsuki's grandfather served as a kamikaze pilot in Jejudo during the Japanese occupation and died a suicide attack on American bombers. Jian's grandfather endured hardships when the Japanese military took the land and forced labor, but he was slaughtered by the liberated motherland. They look back on the sick history scene, imagining that their grandfathers might have met. They gather hearts to comfort those who have died in the dance, and begin to dance at the end of the day.