Ko Chang-Ryul grows up under his widowed mother. He likes to draw and does lots of righteous things during his young days but, being falsely accused, he gets imprisoned. Later, he enters Tongdo temple and learns to control his mind under a monk Ku-Ha's instruction. There, he receives a Buddhist name of Jung-Kwang. He still likes to draw pictures and leaves the place to complete his ego through meditation. Jung-Kwang's drawing sketch book incurs great sensation in America and Sohn Jeong-Hee who's been admired him, leaves for America. Jung-Kwang enters the state of fundamental solitude of human being and gets lost beyond the horizon saying the words of no meaning.