When a 16-year-old high school student, Kaya, found her grandmother dead in their house, she had no other options but to move to another country to live with her parents and leave behind everything despite having other plans. Starting over in another country would be a huge adjustment for Kaya; she’d have to abandon all the wonderful opportunities offered to her and make drastic changes to her plans. It's one bad news after the other, she's faced with more unexpected heartaches, challenges, huge responsibilities, and major setbacks - too much for her to bear all at the same time - that greatly impact her plans. She needs to find the courage to keep fighting for the sake of herself and those who are looking up to her; depending on her. She promised them, "You'll always have me."
But what about her, who will be there to say, “You’ll always have me” when nothing is going right, and she wants to give up? Is this all there is to her story? Is this all that life has got to offer?