- To kill Alice
- Eunmi, South Korean woman living in United States, lives a placid life dedicated to music. Her life changes drastically, however, after a vacation to North Korea. She writes a book about her tourist experiences in North Korea and hopes for unification. Eunmi receives a Citizen Journalist Award in South Korea and travels in South Korea for a promotional book tour, where she’s suddenly accused of having a communist agenda and spreading propaganda. Public outrage, a media circus and threats of violence erupt all around her. Eunmi loses her voice as a spokesperson of peaceful unification and cultural exchange between the two Korea’s and becomes an object of hate for South Korean far-right representatives. She has to fight her way out of South Korea, just to discover that meanwhile her stigma has reached U.S. too.