February 29 (film)
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Jeong Jong-hoon|
|Produced by||Ahn Byeong-ki|
|Written by||Jeong Jong-hoon|
|Music by||Oh Bong-jun|
|Edited by||Park Se-hui|
|Distributed by||CJ Entertainment|
February 29 (Hangul: 2월 29일; RR: Iwol isibguil) is a 2006 South Korean film and the first installment of the 4 Horror Tales film series. It was followed by Forbidden Floor, Roommates and Dark Forest.
In this tale Ji-yeon is a tollgate ticket girl who is frightened by the driver of a mysterious black car when he hands her a bloodstained ticket at midnight. Her fear deepens after her colleague, Jong-sook, tells her that 12 years earlier a prisoner transport vehicle caused a traffic accident wherein all the prisoners involved died - and some of the corpses disappeared. Since then, a murder has occurred near the tollgate on February 29th, every four years. Calamity soon follows.
- February 29 at the Internet Movie Database
- February 29 at the Korean Movie Database
- February 29 at HanCinema
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