• Director
    Directed by LEE Yu-bin
  • Year
  • Nationality
  • Genre
  • Status
    Release(April 24, 2014)
  • Starring
    LEE Ju-seung, KIM Tae-yong, KONG Ye-ji
  • Running Time
  • Festival & Review
    • 2013 Busan International Film Festival -NETPAC Award

  • To step forward and to live on his own seems the hardest thing to you Min-jae.

      Teenager Eun-ju and her step-brother Min-jae lose their parents in an accident. When his sister suddenly disappears with the inheritance, Min-jae drives a long way to the southern region to find her, without knowing that ten-year-old Eun-ho, Eun-ju's baby brother, has sneaked into the car. Money is not the only reason for his trip, but he wants Eun-ju to get back. When Min-jae finally finds Eun-joo, he is shocked to see her pregnant and broke. Min-jae still asks her to go home, but for some reasons Eun-ju refuses to come back saying they can't live together like they used to be.
      • LEE Yu-bin Lee finished both her bachelor's and master's degree at Chung-ang University with a major in visual arts. She made three shorts including My Zombie Boy (2006) which was invited to Mise-en-scene's Short Film Festival. She also worked as an editor for a feature documentary Sogyumo Acacia Band Story (2009) and a scripter for a commercial film A Company Man (2012). Shuttlecock is her debut film.