Hyeong-man is in his fifties and has regrettably never dated. After having lost all his money to a close friend, Hyeong-man spends his monotonous and frustrating life in his photo studio. One day, Hyeong-man decides to pay his fraudulent friend, Ki-hyuk, a visit, after having heard that he is dying of cancer. Ki-hyuk requests that Hyeong-man look after his daughter, Nam-eun, once in a while after he dies. After Ki-yuk passes away, Hyeong-man decides to visit his friend's daughter, who is surprisingly a full-grown woman. Noticing that Nam-eun is more distressed over the death of her pet cat than that of her father, Hyeong-man decides to look after her once in a while. Nam-eun finds her father's silly and unmarried friend quite interesting. Using Hyeong-man's dirty laundry as an excuse, Nam-eun frequently visits Hyeong-man, gradually expressing her feelings for him. Although awkward and surprised at first, Hyeong-man is curious about his feelings for his friend's daughter and soon Hyeong-man and Nam-eun begin to go on a series of unusual dates.