Song, who has been away from home for more than a decade. Her hometown is a small town surrounded by mountains and the sea, and the nearest supermarket is an hour’s drive away. Song, who used to have take-out food three meals a day, starts a self-cooking and healing life in the countryside. With the aging population in the countryside, the elderly farmer neighbors often request Song to help with farming. By doing the farming work, cooking, and tidying up her mother’s deserted vegetable garden, the memories of Song’s deceased mother overwhelm Song. Song gradually learns more about who she is on beautiful days in the countryside.
Song realizes that nothing is more concrete than touching the land with your own hands, having sincere conversations with the neighbors, and cooking the food you grow in the garden. She hasn’t decided if she will stay in the city or in the countryside permanently, but she now has regained the energy to face the challenges again.