A supernatural romance where the dead come back before their 49 days in limbo are up and bring appropriate living beings into their dreams. Lucky guy (Kyeong-ho Jeong) is torn between Min-sun Kim and Su-yeon Cha not knowing who is alive and who is dead, including himself. The soundtrack is a little too bold at times, but the cinematography an set locations are wonderful.
In this supernatural romance from South Korean director Hwang Qu-dok), the lines between reality and fantasy blur as a university professor recalls the curious story of how he met his wife. Enthralled by the news coverage of a disaster that has stricken the nearby Kangweon province, university professor Hyeon Su-yeong (Jeong Jin-yeong) eventually pulls himself away from the story and makes his way to class. Upon arriving, Hyeon's students seem more interested in their professor's personal life than the lesson at hand. Asked about how he met his wife, the teacher flashes back to the summer of 1979. As the temperatures continued to rise that year, the students poured into the streets to protest the military-backed government. It was during this time that Hyeon met the free-spirited beauty that he took to calling "Pippi" (Kim Min-seon) after she playfully refuses to divulge her real name. One day, during a student demonstration, Pippi makes a remark to Hyeon about the importance of following a loved one wherever they may go before fatefully leaping off of a sizable cliff. Later, while attempting to tutor a disturbed young girl (Cha Su-yeon) who hasn't quite recovered from the recent death of her parents, Hyeon gradually starts seeing Pippi as if she had never even died.