An Ordinary Day

An Ordinary Day


Total votes: 2

Release Date: Jul 1, 2021

Duration: 1 hr. 7 min.

Year: 2021

Country: South Korea

Native Title: 보통날

Content Rating: 15+ – Teens 15 or older

Alternative Titles: Botongnal

Genre: Drama


Ye Na is being outcasted by the drama club. Not only her seniors, but her juniors ignore her as well, as they prepare for the play. Even her freshmen juniors would make her sprinkle flowers on stage. It’s a low-key role, but Ye Na tries her best to work hard for it, but her seniors try to stop her, and covers her spotlight. Eventually, she sprinkled pollen on stage and whenshe was praised by the people for the beautiful pollen, her seniors take the credit.

Jeong In, who works part-time at a gas station, has not been receiving any pay for several weeks. One day, he discovers a flyer from Shin (God) Company that says he can do anything with the trash thrown away by the customers, and No Eul who is not a believer of God, sees the flyer and applies for a free trial of the Shin Company instead of Jeong In. At first, Jeong In, who did not believe in the existence of God, sees that his problems are solved after the phone call, and suddenly believes in the existence of Shin Company. Eventually, Jeong In goes back to the gas station to get revenge on Byeong Hyeon, who does not even try to pay his part-time job.

“So Do You”
Eun Gyu, a runaway teenager who thinks all grown-ups are old-school, steals a cigarette on payday after getting a part-time job. At the police box where she was arrested for that, she reunites with Seok Hwan, who dreams of becoming a youth counselor. Seok Hwan, who wants to renew Eun Gyu’s life for her own benefit, and Eun Gyu, who wants to protect her life started a conversation.

(Source: Daum)


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