Plot Na Bong-Sun (Park Bo-Young) works as a sous chef. Because of her timid personality and low self-esteem, she doesn't have any friends. Since she was a child, she has been able to ghosts... See full summary »
Ra-Hee (Park Bo-Young) applied for jobs at numerous companies, but failed to find work. She finally lands a job at a sports newspaper. She begins to work as a reporter in the entertainment ... See full summary »
Jeong-mi lives alone with her older sister after their parents left for another country. She often uses the net to upload self-made videos, while in disguise, to garner internet notoriety. With the help of a friend, she got her hands on a blocked or forbidden video illegally. Unfortunately, a short time after, a series of escalating and horrifying events unfold to everyone who watches it. Now, her older sister, See Hee, has to find the way to save her younger sister from the curse of the video before she completely goes down the brink of insanity or something much worse. Written by
True, the film is not original in its concept, but anything that's original is a rarity these days.
I think any idea, no matter how clichéd, if done correctly, is worth watching; and I do believe this movie is one such. Nothing that would curl your toes under your blankets, but there were some creepy moments that made the movie enjoyable.
The story is not complicated nor deep, and the ghost per se did not make too much of an appearance, which I found a pity. Nevertheless, I enjoyed this little film and would recommend it to people who wouldn't like anything too horror "heavy".
Minimum amount of blood, no gore. Acting was the usual, lots of shrilly screams and blank stares, but acceptable.
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