Pih is a college graduate who has returned home from studying abroad. He has been away since he was 16 and now finds that he can no longer relate to anyone besides a small group of childhood friends who share the same upper-class background. They are like foreigners in their own country, floating above the rest of society.

Ay is a middle-class woman who works in a dead-end job as a real estate agent and is having a dead-end affair with a married man. She has decided to make a clean break and move away to live with her mother in the United States. She quits work, takes weekend English classes, and waits for the day of departure to arrive.

These two people from opposite sides of the tracks meet and begin a one-month affair. They are both just looking for an escape and temporary shelter from their assigned roles, not expecting anything more. But as the month wears on, they discover that feelings have a way of creeping up on you, and some differences can never be overcome.

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