A website is seemingly killing every woman who views it within fifteen days. While investigating the phenomenon, a female reporter begins an investigation that leads to the discovery of the site known only as The White Room.
U-in (Lee Jung-jae) is a public servant and bored by his job and his life. He feels lonely and is interested in a red-haired girl he meets at work. However, she isn't interested in him. He ... See full summary »
Honestly, this movie was nothing special. There is nothing that really separates it from the hundreds of other romance/tragedy movies that the Korean film industry has put out. It is easy to predict and the art direction is nothing special. In the midst of a rotten story and script, however, I think the actors did an admirable job of trying to keep the audience engaged. I think Lee Eun Ju's performance is enhanced by the fact that she has a naturally sad looking face (not ugly...she just seems to look sad all the time). The ending is predictable but after recent events regarding one of the cast members, one cannot help but still feel a genuine sadness at the end credits.
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