Movie: Be With Me (English title) / Ghost (literal title) Revised romanization: Gwi Hangul: 귀 鬼 Director: Joachim Yeo, Jo Eun-Kyung, Hong Dong-Myung, Kim Jo Kwang Su Writer: Joachim Yeo, Jo Eun-Kyung, Hong Dong-Myung, Kim Jo Kwang Su Producer: Kim Jo Kwang Su, Ahn Mong-Sik, Je Jeong-Ju, Song Tae-Jong Cinematographer: Kim Myeong-Joon, Lee In-Won, Kwon Soon-Kyoung Release Date: June 10, 2010 Runtime: 100 min. Genre: Horror / Omnibus Distributor: CJ Entertainment Language: Korean Country: South Korea CAST Tell Me Your Name Bae Soo-Bin Nam Ji-Hyun Tarot 1. Ghost Boy Lee Min-Ho - Park Chul-Min Choi Hye-Kyung - Han Seo-Hee Lee Poong-Yoon - Lee Jae-Hwan Park Won-Sang - Chinese (letters) teacher Park Kil-Soo - Korean history teacher Lim Ji-Min - Sun-Young Choi Ju-Bong - grandfather (mother's side) Kim Ki-Hwan - Jung Ho-Chul Tarot 2. Attached Shin Ji-Su - So-Young Kim Kkobbi - Nam-Hee Hong Jong-Hyeon - Jae-Young Ahn Yeo-Jin - student Tarot 3. The Unseen Han Ye-Ri - Lan Lee Je-Hoon - Kim Se-Young Jung In-Young - Ah-Rim Lee Chae-Eun - Hye-Ryung Kim Min-Kyung - Ji-Young (girl ghost) / voice of senior Yeo Lee Jong-Suk - Hyun-Wook Hwang Byeng-Gug - dean of students
"Tell Me Your Name" (prologue) Director: Kim Jo Kwang Su Seo-Hee, Nam-Hee and Lan hold tarot cards and told to chant their names as a magical spell. Once their names are spoken, special events unfold. Tarot 1. Ghost Boy Director: Joachim Yeo Park Chul-Min (Lee Min-Ho) is a high school student. He can also see ghosts, but pretends he doesn't see them. Chul-Min then sees a cute girl ghost named Seo-Hee (Choi Hye-Kyung). Seo-Hee can't forget her first love and asks Chul-Min for his help. Tarot 2. Attached Director: Hong Dong-Myung So-Young (Shin Ji-Su) is popular among her peers and the teachers. When So-Young learns that her best friend Nam-Hee (Kim Kkobbi) is pregnant, So-Young tells Nam-Hee that she should keep the baby and they will raise the child together. Meanwhile, So-Young is jealous of Nam-Hee, who ranks first at their school, and plots a scheme to get the principle's recommendation to take the college entrance exam instead of Nam-Hee. Tarot 3. The Unseen Director: Jo Eun-Kyung Lan (Han Ye-Ri) and two of her best friends are ordered by their seniors to get into an abandoned school building. Lan steps into a classroom in the abandoned building where a kid died without anyone knowing. The dead may not want to be alone and she can't leave the classroom.
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Any updates here for the subtitles? Been waiting for so long with the apppropriate subs. Please?
16/08/2013 12.14 pm
The movie is ok, especially third story. But subtitles are very poor. English grammar is terribly broken. And some dialogues are actually totally made up and does not reflect at all what is said on screen. My guess is this subtitle was done by someone who is neither English nor Korean native. And probably used an automated translation tool.
I would seriously consider NOT watching with those subtitles. I was lucky enough to watch it with Korean who could help me understand what was going on, otherwise I probably would have gave up in the middle.