Missing (2016) Dir. Eon-hie Lee Ji-sung is a young single mother who is struggling to keep sole custody of her child. The father is a fairly disinterested doctor whose own mother insists on fighting for co-parenting rights. Ji-sung's busy work schedule means she depends heavily on Han-mae, her Chinese nanny. After Ji-sung returns home from work rather late one night, she finds both her daughter and Han-mae missing. After she realizes the nanny hasn't just gone out for a walk, she initially tries to file a police report, until she realizes that doing so might harm her chances at keeping sole custody, if her child is indeed lost on her watch. Instead she tries to find Han-mae on her own. She quickly discovers the woman lied about her real identity and through a series of flashbacks we learn the tragic circumstances that led to Han-mae's actions. Enjoyable drama/thriller centered around the lives of two women, one a workaholic who feels guilty about being too absent as a mother, the other a young woman with a tragic back story, and the love they share for a child.