Women eat, sleep, and bleed. This bleeding has been symbolized as mystery, impurity, and inferiority, but this long-lasting taboo around menstruation started to cracking up. Women all over the world voiced up and NPR crowned 2015 as the Year of Period. This big wave has arrived in Korea. The wall of information collapse, and women demand their right to choose how to bleed. For Vagina's Sake follows the history of bleeding and social issues happening in modern societies. With colorful animation and fast-paced editing style, it is nicknamed as "Period Wikipedia."
KIM Bo-ram worked in a story development team for a film productions for two years. She was the scriptwriter of Upo, People in Wetland which was broadcasted on EBS DocuPrime and screened in Shanghai TV Festival in 2013. She has been working as a producer for the last two years and For Vagina’s Sake is her first film to direct.
OH Hee-jung used to work at a global consulting firm helping European companies enter into Korean and Asian markets. With her deep love for films, she decided to work in the film industry where she builds bridge between East and West. She has been working as the sales agent based and specialized in
Asia, and For Vagina's Sake is her first film to produce.