Gun-woo is an intern in the surgery department who pursues a moment of pleasure as an escape from the weight of reality. He expresses his life's discontent by playing a saxophone at 'A Very Small World' and indulging in physical play. It is a place for the misfits of society, anarchists, Vietnam veterans, bums, artists and performers. Hasegawa Sayuri, a reporter for a TV company in Japan comes to Korea to do a story called '47 Years of Bitterness of Bomb Victims. She visits Gun-woo's teacher, Professor Song, to investigate victims of Hiroshima atomic bomb in Korea. There, she and Gun-woo run into each other.