This upstanding pastor tries to counsel and comfort all in his congregation through his word and actions. Above all, he believed that the church was a place where people could freely share their lives with each other.
They were all sinners, but everyone could find a way to redemption.
In his congregation was a young man, Jie, who confessed to a hit-and-run. The pastor realised that the victim was his wife and their unborn child.
He brings Jie to the crime scene and tries to understand Jie’s cowardly and selfish actions, sharing with Jie the last of his wife’s words to him.
In the confrontation, the men tussled in the dark woods, the pastor grappling with rage over the injustice and the hollowness of his own words: Forgiveness, redemption.
The pastor could kill this man with his own hands, and there would be no witnesses.
But he is reminded that indeed, even he is only human.