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A battle is on to save the soul of a woman who must decide whether or not to become a vengeful spirit.

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Kwang-hoon Lee

Writer:

Hong-zhou Li
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Credited cast:
Sung-Jae Lee ... Kantorates
Hee-seon Kim ... Jin Chae-byul
Seung-Won Cha ... Na Han-su
Hye-jeong Yu Hye-jeong Yu ... Baek
Jin-young Jang Jin-young Jang ... Lee Young-eun
Yeong-ja Lee Yeong-ja Lee ... Diety
Kwang-jung Park Kwang-jung Park ... Sales Manager 2
Won-joong Jung Won-joong Jung ... Messenger of Death 1
Se-jin Jang Se-jin Jang ... Messenger of Death 2
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hee Jae ... Kantorates's younger brother (as Hyun-kyoon Lee)
Seon-hee Jeong Seon-hee Jeong
Shi-won Kim Shi-won Kim ... Hyun-ju
Gye-nam Myeong Gye-nam Myeong ... Sales Manager 1
Kim Myeong Su Kim Myeong Su ... (as Myoeng-su Kim)
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A woman whose fiance betrayed her and married the boss' daughter, dies and enters a very strange world. This world has a stringent hierarchy and she must find her place in it while trying to fight the urge to enact vengeance upon her former lover and his new wife. Written by Thomas Giammarco <giammarcoken@hanmail.net>

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Boring
27 November 2002 | by Robert_and_LeaSee all my reviews

When I rented the video the back promised a korean blockbuster. Boy was that wrong: The story unfolds interesting at the beginning, but gets boring more and more later on. The German synchro was quite bad also so this might have been one reason why I didn't like the movie so much. And somehow nothing did make really sense to me - maybe it is just that I do not understand the Korean culture enough. So my advice: go and get something else, if you want fantasy take Lord of the Rings, if you want love and something spiritual rent Ghost or one of its clones.

This movie neither moves your heart nor keeps it your brain busy... So take my advice: if you are a Korean try it, if not - forget it.


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South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

14 August 1999 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Ghost in Love See more »

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