- TV Movie: SF8: White Crow (literal title)
- Revised romanization: Hayan Ggamagwi
- Hangul: 하얀 까마귀
- Director: Jang Cheol-Soo
- Writer: Park Ji-Hye (short story), Kang Sun-Joo
- Network: MBC
- Episodes: 1
- Release Date: September 18, 2020
- Runtime: Friday 22:10
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Juno, a star game broadcaster with 0.8 million subscribers is entangled in a controversy when a former classmate claims Juno falsely made up his own past. Having lost all his money, fame and fans that he had accrued over time, he seeks to recover his reputation and to return to the air. However, he can’t overcome the trauma he faces in the game and he is trapped in the virtual world. In this fiendish game that makes people go back into their past traumas, the past he faces is even more painful. The nightmare within the game, which seems never ending, is a part of his own subconsciousness that he hasn’t addressed, or perhaps he doesn’t want to know about.
- 8 film directors participated in “SF8,” with each person directing a 1 episode TV special. The genre of the specials deals with science fiction, including AI, AR (augmented reality), VR, and robot games.
- Based on short story “Koroniseureul Goohaejwo” by Park Ji-Hye published in the short story collection novel “Piko: Koroniseureul Goohaejwo, Nae Bunjjae Segye” (published May 31, 2017 by Hubble).
- SF8: The Prayer | Ganhojoong (MBC / 2020)
- SF8: Manxin (MBC / 2020)
- SF8: Joan’s Galaxy | Woojooin Joan (MBC / 2020)
- SF8: Blink (MBC / 2020)
- SF8: Baby It’s Over Outside | Iljooil Mane Saranghal Soon Eodda (MBC / 2020)
- SF8: White Crow | Hayan Ggamagwi (MBC / 2020)
- SF8: Love Virtually | Jeunggang Kongkakji (MBC / 2020)
- SF8: Empty Body | Ingan Jeungmyung (MBC / 2020)