Go Fish for its portrayal of the worries and minutiae of lesbian lives. I enjoyed the low-budget sensibility and the non-exotic way it shoots a Korean city. There are three (mostly) unconnected main characters but many other women come and go from the screen, most memorably a group of hard drinking, smoking Korean 'butches' who give advice to one character who seems to be losing her girlfriend.
What's refreshing is that they aren't young women fresh to the world, but women with a little more experience trying to navigate the issues beyond just hooking up. One needs to move out of her mom's apartment to gain some independence, one is trying to get knocked up and a third wants a serious relationship and a steady job (although her prospects look unlikely when she tells an interviewer she doesn't go to church and is an atheist). It isn't clear whether all the characters are lesbians, and the casual ambiguity is actually pretty refreshing. It's not mind-blowing but Cats is a thoughtful fun feminist film.