In happy exhaustion: After one month we finished shooting our documentary project How About Having a Fascination of Mind about funnily weird things of Korean every day life culture. We interviewed artists, businessmen, musicians, angry old ladies, teachers, physiotherapists and young moms. We asked them about Korean cutification, about massages that can make your face smaller, about Korean powernapping culture, about poop that gets you lucky and many more phenomena.
We wacked some moles. We inspired children to wack some moles. We divided our sleep into little portions instead of taking it as a an 8-hours-one-piece. We ate poop bread. We got up at 5 in the morning. We learned about the power of repitition in Korean TV storytelling. Three women told us their personal poop story. We learned about the 'dark space' of Korean culture where conservatives are behaving progressive and progressive people are behaving conservative. We slept with our mouths wide open. We found out that arrogant rabbits can make your life better. We found out that a crying animated dog can calm you down. We found out that the conception of space might be an explanation for weird phenomena of Korean society, even for the small face obsession.
In 2015, you will watch all this in our documentary How About Having a Fascination of Mind - formerly known as 'Korea is a Rubic's Cube' (working title).