Hae-eo-hwa Shinjū: Korean Kisaeng’s Love Suicide at Keelung Harbor is a video installation, which combines traditional Taiwanese narrative song (liamkua) and experimental sound. The first video projection features a Taiwanese narrative song: CHEN Fei-hao first draws inspiration from the traditional Taiwanese narrative song, “Murder at Room No. 7, Keelung City,” which is about the murder involving dismemberment of a woman by her husband during the period of Japanese rule in the 1930s. Then, he creates a short story about a Korean in Taiwan at the time, and further invites Taiwanese narrative song artist Chou Ting-pang to adapt his literary work into a performance of Taiwanese narrative song. The conceptual work of images in the work, which comprises historical images of both the Korean Peninsula and Taiwan with experimental sounds. The overall creative materials of this work include literature, Taiwanese narrative song and video installation. In the midst of an atmosphere permeated with Taiwanese narrative song that exudes an intense nostalgic and traditional air, the artist focuses on the inter-racial time of the Japanese rule and the artistic thinking that crosses different periods to amalgamate his imagination of the past, the present, and even the future.