In the fall of 1974, Yeongsoon was dispatched to Germany as an auxiliary nurse. Ever since then, she only looked ahead going back and forth countless times between Germany and Korea. She calls her life “a life up in the air”.
Glück auf! He’d tell his colleagues every time he went down to the colliery back in the days he tried to survive day after day. He was dispatched to Germany when he was 35 years old and worked as a miner there for 3 years. Sending a letter to his younger self hopping on the Germany-bound plane, Chun-dong starts remembering his past.
Mr. Joe went to Germany as a miner. When he came to Korea temporarily, his wife had fled with his savings and his three kids were sent to strangers’ houses as housekeepers. 30 years have passed since then. What was Mr. Joe’s life like so far?
Kwon Yi-Young, growing up in a poverty stricken environment of a post-war South Korea, emigrates to Germany trying to find a better life. Now in his 80s and looking back on the course of his long life, Kwon reflects on his hardships, successes, and failures whilst sharing his wisdom to the younger generation.
Chung Il-kyo had devoted himself as a Korean dispatched miner to Germany. With the memory of his past, he now maintains his life of devotion by volunteering for Myanmar. He sings a melody for Myanmar and I, the director of this movie records his melody. We share a melody, and the melody we shared will not be forgotten. Emigrates to Germany trying to find a better life. Now in his 80s and looking b...