There are three teenagers who have been cast in an independent superhero movie. They hold rehearsals and live their lives in Seoul, going back and forth between school, academies, and work. Despite this, none of these teenagers feel certain about their future. It’s a similar situation when the production staff try to shoot a B-list superhero movie with a low budget. E.S.P. juxtaposes the lives of these teen actors and the scenes of their B-list movie, as well as the stories in the movie that the teens envision.
Born in 1986 in Seoul, Jung started filmmaking with Someone's Heart (2005) and other various short films. He created the feature-length documentary films Hosu-gil (2009) and Hurrahh! (2011). He also created the short film Tenderly (2013) and the feature-length film Turbulence at Dodoli Hill (2017).