I am Jocelyn Koo from Korea. I came to the United States to attend the University of Southern California's Graduate Production Program. I made this decision because I wanted to gain a more diverse perspective on filmmaking by doing projects in a different culture. I am passionate about creating stories that can reach a global audience.
I am committed to learning and growing within the entertainment industry. My short-term goals include identifying my strengths and weaknesses while developing a story that I am passionate about. I am eager to immerse myself in the industry and gain valuable experience to contribute to my long-term career success.
A long-term goal of mine is to direct a feature film in America. To achieve this goal, I plan to gain experience in the industry and develop my skills as a filmmaker. I am committed to working hard, being persistent, and learning as much as possible to make this dream a reality.
In a hair salon, Ji-hye and Min-kyung work as the youngest assistants. Both have gained enough experience and the salon owner offers a chance to one of them to handle children's haircuts. Meanwhile, a high-priced coat of a customer goes missing. Ji-hye, suspecting a banned intimate relationship between Min-kyung and the powerful salon manager, starts to get into a subtle conflict with her. Ultimately, driven by her ambition to perform children's haircuts and fear of falling behind, Ji-hye exposes the uncertain relationship between Min-kyung and the manager to the salon owner, securing the opportunity to do the children's haircuts.