White: Melody of Death (aka The Melody of the Curse, 2011) Movie Review

“White: Melody of Death” (aka “White: The Melody of the Curse”) was one of the first big Korean horror releases of Summer 2011, directed by twin brother directing duo Kim Gok and Kim Sun. Former indie favourites known for a series of inventive festival hits including “Self Referential Traverse: Zeitgeist” and “Engagement”, the helmers bring a similarly creative feel to their mainstream debut, spicing up the usual genre thrills and chills with some flashy visuals and a fun premise that sees the expected long haired ghost menacing a girl band. Fittingly, the film features a couple of real life popstars in its cast, headlined by T-ara member Ham Eun Jung (“Dream High”), and with support from singer May Doni, along with rising actresses Choi Ah Ra (“Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance”) and Jin Se Yun, plus K-pop cameos from the group After School and 2Pm’s Jun Ho. The film follows fictional girl group Pink Dolls,
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