He found suicide to be the only way to get away from the troubles of life. But the twist which has been noted in the film is that Kim surviving from suicide. He is washed away to an island where he finds himself alone. He tries to go back to the normal life but he found himself to be stuck on the island. With the passage of some time, he finds himself comfortable on the island because he was away from debt collectors. It should be noted that the island could be viewed from the town tall skyscrapers. Jung-Yeon, a young lady who has been staying at her flat for about a very long time liked to take photos. She finds Kim when she took close photo shots of the moon. It comes to understanding of Jung Yeon that she has found herself an alien on the island (Hae-Joon).
Since the genre of the film is adventure, the story has been set up in outdoor locations mostly. As a matter of fact, the director has created an easy transition of story from city life to the deserted island. The audience watching the movie will actually relate themselves with the situation of being deserted at an island. The film provides an interesting feel to the audiences because the story merely depicts people who are running from communicating with people. That is also visible through the context Kim and Yeon characters. Yeon was not leaving her flat which allowed her to get away with the communication process of people directly and Kim found island to be better than being in the town where he had the chance of skipping payments and burdens he could not tolerate (Hae-Joon).
The usage of cinematography has been well managed in the film which makes it quite different from other films of similar plot line. The deserted island becomes a new land for Yeon who thought that she had witnessed aliens. The film provides both fictional and non-fictional feel to the plot making audiences of all ages watch and like it. There has been a lot of buzz in the media about this film because it provided a different