Korean Fantastic: Competition


  • SF
  • 스쿨걸
  • 재난

Korea|2020 |66min |World Premiere |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
131 7/10  20:00 CGV Sopung 10 12 GV
408 7/13  11:00 CGV Sopung 11 12
131 7/10  20:00CGV Sopung 10
12  GV
408 7/13  11:00CGV Sopung 11

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Program Note

The world is divided into two parts: ‘The Building city’ where the rich live, and the ‘Hachon’ where the poor live. Living in the ‘Building city’ with her family, Yuji dreams of moving to ‘Hachon’ one day. If she goes there, she might meet Seojin, who suddenly disappeared. Yuji’s parents can't accept a reduction in wealth and are obsessed with their present lives. Yuji’s siblings are also troublesome. Yuji's empty daily routine is shattered one day when a huge tornado hits both the city and the countryside. 

Director Kang Dayeon's debut feature film Hunger is a sci-fi construct that unravels a girl's desire to escape her meaningless life and from her family, to find a precious person she cares about. The world is divided into rich and poor, and the family only has its name. Other than this divided world, isn’t there somewhere Yuji can find her true self and the one precious thing she really wants? The Tornado may have ended this absurd world, but meetings with unidentified beings and Yuji’s adventure to find her true self is about to begin. (MO Eun-young)



KANG Dayeon

Born in 1994. She studied film at Chung-Ang University. She directed three short films, including Dear God (2019), which was screened in the Extreme Nightmare (Horror-Fantasy) section of the 2019 Mise-en-scene Short Film Festival. Hunger (2020) is her first feature film. 


Producer Jo Eunsan, Park Jinhee, Park Daeun
Screenplay Kang Dayeon
Cinematographer Kim Bomin
Editor Kang Dayeon
Sound Kim Jisoo, Kim Seoin
Production Design Jo Minju
Cast Kim Yuna, Choi Yunwoo, Ha Siyeon

Star Rating full_starfull_starfull_starhalf_starempty_star  5.50