Ghost House

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For the 1986 Sega Master System game, see Ghost House (video game).
Not to be confused with Ghosthouse. ‹See Tfd›
Ghost House
Ghost House movie poster.jpg
Poster for Ghost House
Hangul 귀신이 산다
Revised Romanization Gwishini sanda
McCune–Reischauer Kwisini sanda
Directed by Kim Sang-jin
Produced by Lee Min-ho
Kang Woo-suk
Written by Jang Hang-joon
Jang Jae-yeong
Starring Cha Seung-won
Jang Seo-hee
Music by Sohn Moo-hyun
Cinematography Lee Gi-won
Edited by Ko Im-pyo
Distributed by Cinema Service
Release date(s)
  • September 17, 2004 (2004-09-17)
Running time 119 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Budget US$3.7 million

Ghost House is a 2004 South Korean horror-comedy film. It was released in South Korea on September 7, 2004 and was the 4th best selling film of the year with 2,890,000 tickets sold.[1]

Plot[edit]

Pil-gi (Cha Seung-won) has finally saved enough money to make his late father's wish come true: He can buy his own house. However, upon moving in to his new residence, he is bothered by one if its previous residents, a poltergeist, who claims the house belongs to it and attempts to scare him out. Pil-gi will not give up on his dream so easily, though. He calls the police, invites friends to stay for the night, and tries exorcism rituals. None of it works. During one attack by the poltergeist he is struck by lightning and awakes in a hospital. He eventually decides it would be best to sell the house, but upon returning he discovers that he can see the ghost who has been haunting him. She reveals that her name is Yeon-hwa (Jang Seo-hee), and, now less frightened, Pil-gi talks to her and he decides to stay. However, an investor looking to build a new hotel on the site makes Pil-gi an offer to buy the house. Now it is Yeon-hwa's turn to be afraid. She begs him not to sell the house and tells him her life story. Pil-gi vows to help her keep her house.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Best Selling Films of 2004". Koreanfilm.org. Retrieved 2012-06-04.

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