Eunseo, who came to South Korea 20 years ago, has now adapted enough to forget that she is from North Korea. However, as her mother arrives in South Korea 20 years later, Eunseo’s ‘identity’ is revealed. It was just a brief moment of happiness. Soon, Eunseo resents her mother. Eunseo is original in terms of breaking the typical North Korea defector films such as ‘the narrative of suffering they experience in South Korea.’ Instead, the film reveals the shallow prejudice that South Koreans have against others as they enter into a multicultural society. Can we truly live together as we recognize the differences with ‘them’? This is an urgent issue.