|Directed by||Ahn Byeong-ki|
|Written by||Ahn Byeong-ki|
|Music by||Sang-ho Lee|
Phone (폰, Pon) is a 2002 South Korean horror film directed and written by Ahn Byeong-ki and starring Ha Ji-Won and Kim Yu-Mi. The film is a complex and disturbing love story that involves possession and ghosts.
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After writing a series of articles about pedophilia, the journalist Ji-won receives threatening calls on her cellular and she changes her number. Her close friend Ho-jung and her husband Chang-hoon invite Ji-won to move to their house in Bang Bae that is empty and closed. When the young daughter of her friends Young-Su answers a phone call in her mobile phone, the girl screams and changes her behavior, feeling a great attraction for her father and rejecting her mother. Meanwhile Ji-won receives weird phone calls and sees and listens to a teenager playing Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" on the piano. After investigating her phone number, Ji-won discovers that the original owner of the number, Jin-hee, had vanished and the two next owners of the number have mysteriously died in unusual circumstances. Her further investigation about Jin-hee discloses that the teenager was absolutely disturbed with her obsessive love for a man that had broken the relationship with her...
- Ha Ji-won (Ji-won, a young journalist)
- Kim Yu-mi (Ho-jeong)
- Choi Woo-jae (Chang-hoon)
- Choi Ji-yeon (Jin-hie, a disturbed schoolgirl)
- Eun Seo-woo (Yeong-ju, Ji-won's young niece)
- Choi Jeong-yoon