The Peace & Earth section, which is making its first appearance at this year's Seoul Int'l Children's Film Festival, stands for 'the line that guards the peace on Earth', and features works that deal with peace, human rights, anti-war, and environmental issues. It is a section that originated from the awareness of issues regarding the ongoing global crisis, including the pandemic and the Ukraine war, environmental problems due to climate change, and the minorities suffering from discrimination and violence. This year's Peace & Earth section presents a total of 14 films, including 3 feature films and 11 short films. The lineup includes Big Man, a story about a boy who dreams of being a soccer player but becomes paralyzed from the waist down due to an accident; the animation Four Souls of Coyote, which portrays the unique Indian creation myth told by a grandfather to indigenous teenagers trying to protect the Indian region being damaged by indiscriminate development; and Planet B, which covers the stories of young environmental activists. Through works that allow contemplation about race, environment, disability, war, and religion, it is hoped that wisdom can be gained to navigate through difficult times with the future generation.