One of the trends of the recent Korean documentaries is to look at the incidents in modern history from the perspective of a family history. Such documentaries create a unique contact point between individuals and society. Nam Arum, the director of Pink Femi, tells the story of herself and her mother, who used to work in a Women’s Rights organization. For the director, feminism was a part of her childhood, with which she has a love-and-hate relationship as an adult. Through this documentary, she looks back at her own pink feminist history, and comes to an understanding about the concerns of her mother’s generation.