Ghost House [K-Movie]

Ghost House was based on the concept that “ghosts or spirits can exist within the reality of human beings”. So, there is definitely a ghost present. As “she” relentlessly and cold-bloodedly attacks Pil-gi using the actual house itself, the same house that he has been dreaming of owning in order to finally attain true happiness. While the horror element is obvious, it shouldn’t be forgotten that the director also incorporates some solid comedic elements to the film, humor that’ll have the audience rolling in their seats with laughter. For example, the climax of the film is intensely scary, but the audience won’t be able to help but burst out with laughter, this being the true catharsis of the story. As Pil-gi and the ghost fight it out for claims on the house, the audience’s attention is sure to be locked with fright and laughter for beginning to end.

Cha Seung-Won - Pil-gi
Jang Seo-Hee - Yeon-hwa
Jang Hang-Seon - Jang Kil-bog
Son Tae-Yeong - Su-kyung
Yu-yeong Jin - Property developer
Jang Hyun-Sung - Park Gi-tae
Jo Yeo-Jeong (scenes deleted)
Jang Hang-Jun - Country house owner
Park Yeong-Gyu - Man crawling out of TV set
Yun Moon-Sik - Pil-gi's dad

Movie: Ghost House
Revised romanization: Gwishini sanda
Hangul: 귀신이 산다
Genre: Comedy, horror
Director: Kim Sang-Jin
Writer: Jang Hang-Jun, Jang Jae-Yeong
Producer: Lee Min-Ho
Cinematography: Lee Ki-Won
Release Date: September 17, 2004
Runtime: 123 min
Studio: Cinema Service
Distributor: Cinema Service
Language: Korean
Country: South Kore

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