Seo-Ni (Han Eun-Jung) raises an orphan named Bin. Seo-Ni then becomes involved in a horrifying mystery and discovers a shocking secret.
It all begins when Ka-hee (Hwang Ji-hyeon), an emotionally and psychologically damaged woman, finds a spirit medium to help her address her troubles. Her inability to give birth to a child had long tortured her, and now she will do anything to cheat that fate.
She ends up burying an orphan in a large traditional pot used to burry kimchi underground during the winter and killing him. What she gains for this merciless act is a child of her own. Ka-hee eventually gives birth to a son she names Bin, but Ka-hee soon meets a brutal death.
The film continues as Bin’s aunt Sunny (Han Eun-jeong) and her husband Jang-hwan (Park Seong-min) come to live with the now orphaned Bin in his home, which is haunted and where the pot still is. Bin also starts to reveal his violent side.
“Ghastly” is the directorial debut of Ko Suk-jin. The film also features Hyomin, a member of girl group T-ara, who plays the role of Sunny’s younger sister.
Title: Ghastly Also Known As: 기생령 / Gisaeng Ryung Country: South Korea Language: Korean Subtitle: English Year: 2011 Genre: Horror
Han Eun-Jung - Seo-Ni
No Min-Woo - Detective Cheol-Woong
Director: Yang Yun-Ho Writer(s): Kim Yoo-Ra Producer(s): Choi Soon-Sik
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