The End of April

Synopsis: Hyun-jin, moved into a worn-down apartment in a small town, has trouble sleeping at night due to the noise from her next-door neighbor.
Director(s): Kwang-Bok Kim
  1 win.
120 min


Hi, I called yesterday

to inquire about a room.

Yes, the tenth floor of the apartment.

I'm in the area. Where are you?


When will you be back?

I see. Bye.


Follow me.

Is it going to be just you?

Are you a student?


I work. I'm also studying for

the civil services exam.

Is that right?

Government jobs are the best.

They complain that it doesn't

pay much, but that's not true.

It's stable and comes with great benefits.

Better than any other jobs, no?

The problem is that it's so hard to be one.

My son also studied for the exam.

He wasted three years

and a lot of money, but

ended up becoming an aerobics teacher.

What is it?


Why are you insisting on

that apartment though?

Just pay 50 bucks more a month, then you

can get a much better room.

I can't afford it.

I just need a place to sleep and study.

Alright then.

Most of the units are empty, so

it's going to be pretty quiet.

Is that right?

Yeah, the whole building

is practically empty.

The owners decided not to rent their

units until the re-development begins.

With all the bizarre things happening, you

can't blame them for acting that way.

You'll find out soon enough.

People here are not so... how do I say?

Not sophisticated.


Here's the stamp.

Hey guys. Do you live here?

See you later.


You got a minute?

Gosh, it's a girl again.

I told them so many times

not to rent it to a girl.


Keep it quiet, okay?

I can't stand noise.

I'm telling you this in advance.

Leave us alone, will you?

I hate mingling with neighbors.

Do you know what I'm saying?



We just met.

Why are you being so rude?


Are you offended?

We're moving to Seoul soon.

Keep it quiet until then.

My husband works for this big company.

He's going to get a promotion soon

and transfer to Seoul branch.

Oh yeah, I was on my way to a dentist.

I spoil her too much.

Munching those sweets all

day rotted her teeth.

We'll pull out those disgusting

rotten teeth today.

Good morning.

Oh, are you from the district office?

Yes, I'm Park Hyun-Jin.

Good to meet you. Welcome.

Excuse me, everyone.

We have a new member joining you today.

She got promoted to the grade 7

from a district office.

What was your name again?

It's Park Hyun-Jin.

Please welcome Ms. Park Hyun-Jin.

We used to have three social

service employees, but

one of them is on maternity leave.

She had to leave when we're the busiest.

Happy to have you, Ms. Park.

Let me see. Ms. Ahn?

Could you go over the

responsibilities with her real quick?

Living wage, neighbor assistance,

disability, housing, and finally

women and child welfare.

Everything's organized here.

Thank you. I'll go over it.

You have to visit the

household twice a week.

I'm sorry it's a lot of work.

I bet you'll have to do lots of overtime.

Oh my.

He's back.

He's a disabled person who runs a

little shop in the neighborhood.

He's known to bother

any women on sight.

You'd better be careful

when you visit him.

I think I'm good now.

Let me know if you need any help.

Thank you so much.

Focus, control.

Focus, control.

Focus, control.

Focus, control.

Focus, control.

Focus, control.

Thank you.

You won't regret.

Clean this table, yeah?

Your pantyhose is rolled up.

Can't even remember whether you're

wearing a skirt or pants, huh?

Always spacing out.

What do you do after work?

You want to go get some chicken

soup out in the outer city?

No thanks. I have a plan.

With who?

No need to lie if you

don't want to go.

It's fine. I guess I'll

have to take my wife.

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