The noodle house in Sang-ju, the place that infuses like light and permeates like air.
In aesthetics of slowness, an encounter with an emotional turmoil depicted by one dashing stroke of a brush.
The small noodle house where long noodles are made, cut, and packaged for sale. Mother, who suffers from dementia, lives with all the memories let go. She remembers only the day 20 years ago, when she waited for her son, running away from the army, to come back home. The Noodle House in Sang-ju appears like a moving Oriental Painting: short and simple dialogues, airy movements, and the beauty of emptiness. The play gives the audience a strong impression conveyed in beautiful, fine and delicate lines and movements created by slowness, which can be heard only with careful attention to every detail.