When Tae-suk (Jae Hee) returns to these areas at night,he breaks into the houses where flyers remain, assuming the owners areaway. He'll sleep in their beds, eat food from their refrigerators andtake souvenir photos of himself posing next to family portraits -- butin exchange he does loads of laundry or fixes broken clocks.>
But his curious subsistence takes an unexpected turn whenhe's caught sneaking around a wealthy home by the docile, abused youngwife (Lee Seung-yeon) of a temperamental businessman -- and within hourfeels compelled to save the girl (by wielding the titular golf club) whenher husband returns home in a rage.>
An instant bond forms between these misfits as Tae-suktakes Sun-hwa (Lee) under his wing, and she quickly embraces his vagabondlifestyle. Yet as they move from house to house on his motorcycle, an imbalancetakes hold in Tae-suk's string of luck, begetting a spiral of misfortunewith huge ramifications.>
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