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- Movie: Feathers in the Wind
- Revised romanization: Git
- Hangul: 깃
- Director: Song Il-Gon
- Writer: Han Gi-Hyeon, Song Il-Gon
- Producer: Choi Yeol, Lee Yong-Joo
- Cinematographer: Park Young-Joon, Lee In-Won
- Release Date: January 14, 2005
- Runtime: 80 min.
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
With the date of their rendezvous imminent, but fully aware she's unlikely to show up, Jang catches a ferry for the island, where the hotel is deserted during off-season. Minding the store is So-yeon (Lee So-yeon, from "Untold Scandal"), a jovial, Seoul-accented woman, 12 years Jang's junior, who revels in the unspoiled environment.
With no one else about and Jang reluctant to write his script, the pair passes the days talking. Gradually, Jang reveals part of his motivation for visiting the remote locale. In turn, the playful So-yeon talks of her love for the tango.
On the rendezvous date, an upright piano is delivered to Jang by two hardy couriers. Interpreting the gift as a sign his former lover will not be arriving, Jang is reluctant to accept it. However, So-yeon is thrilled to have an instrument on which she can play music, and her growing infatuation with the piano reveals its secret.
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