Seeing Jun Ji-hyun in a psychological thriller was something new, and come to think of it she has that distinct crying face. It was a plainly laid suspense movie. Actually I didn’t feel any goose bumps at all. The shamanic abilities, the little ghost girls and the court case presented I felt were not fitting perfectly. It felt like putting a magnet and placing something metallic around it but no attraction will eventually happen. It was supposed to scare my thoughts but I’m afraid it did not.
A man was seeing the ghosts of two girls he encountered on a train one night and they always sat on a table bought by his fiancée. He can’t seem to dismiss them until he met a woman who can also see them. The woman helped him uncover the previous life he had as he got entangled with the past he tried to forget and the woman’s frailties and secrets.
It was not scintillatingly freaky so it’s a good warm up if you are on a Korean thriller spree. It was not that bad, it’s just that it was too easy to understand and will not leave you haunted and thinking.