Let Us Meet Now is an omnibus film consisting of Kim Seo-yoon’s The Driver, Kang Yi-kwan’s Can We Live Well? and Bu Ji-young’s Hello. It gives an insight to the issue of reunification in the ever-changing inter-Korean relations from a macroscopic perspective while paying attention to everyday, ordinary, mundane things such as love, conflict, and communication.
A man that delivers goods to the Gaesong Industrial Complex tries to confess his love to a woman there.(Mr. Driver) An engaged couple is a bit terrified about their future relationship. (Can We Live Well?) A woman whose mother has Alzheimer’s disease receives a phone call from the North and builds a strange relationship with the caller. (Hello) This omnibus film Let Us Meet Now talks about relationships with three shorts. It’s about a hopeless romance, about the unknown future, and about an unexpected and coincidental comfort. The stories directly and indirectly reflect the current relationship between the South and the North. Funded by Ministry of Unification.