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'Hello Ghost' On Korean DVD

 

KD Media have announced the Korean DVD release of 'Hello Ghost' for the 26th April, 2011. Directed by Kim Young Tak, the film stars Cha Tae-hyun ('My Sassy Girl') as a depressed man who rediscovers his will to live by helping the dead - and the dead happen to be pretty darn annoying.

Synopsis

Sang Man (Cha Tae-hyun) tries to commit suicide by jumping off a bridge. He lives, but acquires a new gift: he can see ghosts. His life starts to look up after meeting nurse Yun Soo (Kang Hye Won, Harmony), but there's no peace to be had as long as those pesky ghosts keep following him around. There's a perverted old man (Lee Moon Su), a crying woman (Jang Young Nam, Harmony), a chain-smoking man (Ko Chang Suk), and an elementary school kid (Cheon Bo Keun), and they all have unfinished business that's keeping their spirits from leaving this world. To get them off his back, Sang Man decides to help them fulfill their final wishes.

Features

  • Making of
  • Character video
  • Cha Tae-hyun shoot
  • Premiere
  • Gallery
  • Trailer

 

Artwork and trailer are below, and you can preorder the DVD now from YesAsia.com.

 

 

 

Posted April 21, 2011