In South-Korea you can buy poop bread, DVD stores offer shelters for sex and a lot of people long to have a small face. German-Korean filmmaker Katti investigates those idiosyncracies of her mom’s home country. Together with her German filmpartner Finnja, Katti flies to Seoul to ask, why do Koreans appreciate poop? Where is the small face obsession coming from? They find a poop philosopher, face shrinking massages and home making machines. What do the sex shelters show us about society? Deep inside Korea, Katti longs to build a second home there while Finnja questions her own home idea.