Ghost in Love

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Ghost in Love
Ghost in Love film poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Lee Kwang-hoon
Produced by Kang Woo-suk
Written by Li Hong-zhou
Starring Kim Hee-sun
Lee Sung-jae
Cha Seung-won
Yu Hye-jeong
Jang Jin-young
Music by Oh Jin-woo
Cinematography Park Hyeon-cheol
Edited by Lee Hyeon-mi
Distributed by Cinema Service
Release date(s)
  • August 14, 1999 (1999-08-14)
Running time 91 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Ghost in Love (Hangul: 자귀모; RR: Jagwimo; aka Suicide Ghost Club) is a 1999 South Korean film written by Li Hong-zhou and directed by Lee Kwang-hoon. The film stars Kim Hee-sun in the title role as the girlfriend of a man she suspects of cheating on her. She throws herself underneath an oncoming train (with some help from nearby ghosts), and discovers that in the afterlife she can roam as a ghost and take revenge, if she wants to, on her former boyfriend, who has quickly moved on. Lee Sung-jae also stars as Kantorates, a ghost who befriends the protagonist. The film was released on August 14, 1999.

Cast[edit]

  • Kim Hee-sun ... Jin Chae-byul
  • Lee Sung-jae ... Kantorates
  • Cha Seung-won ... Na Han-su
  • Yu Hye-jeong ... Baek
  • Jang Jin-young ... Lee Young-eun
  • Lee Yeong-ja ... Deity
  • Myeong Gye-nam ... Sales manager (1)
  • Park Kwang-jeong ... Sales manager (2)
  • Jeong Won-jung ... Messenger of Death (1)
  • Jang Se-jin ... Messenger of Death (2)
  • Kim Si-won ... Hyun-ju
  • Jae Hee ... Kantorates's younger brother
  • Kim Myeong-su

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