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고死. 두번째이야기 : 교생실습 / 제공, NEW ; 제작, (주)코어콘텐츠미디어 ; 감독, 유선동.
Kosa. tu pŏntchae iyagi : kyosaeng silsŭp / chegong, NEW ; chejak, (Chu) K'oŏ K'ont'ench'ŭ Midiŏ ; kamdok, Yu Sŏn-dong.
[Seoul] : (Chu) P'ŭllaenisŭ Ent'ŏt'eint'ŭ, 2010.
[Seoul] : (주)플래니스엔터테인먼트, 2010.
1 videodisc (85 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Next Entertainment World (Firm)
K'oŏ K'ont'ench'ŭ Midiŏ (Firm)
P'ŭllaenisŭ Ent'ŏt'einmŏnt'ŭ (Firm)
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4 3/4 in.
"Se-hee is haunted by her step sister Tae-yeon who used to be a promising swimmer but suddenly killed herself in a swimming pool 2 years ago. During the summer vacation, she joins the study camp at school for upcoming college entrance exam with other 30 elite students. On the first night, when Se-hee finds a riddling passage scribbled in the desk, she soon sees a dead girl's body hung upside down. Then the TV monitors are on and the students watch another friend crushed by his bike in the corridor. Since then, the succession of cruel killings occurs whenever they fail to answer the given questions in time. Meanwhile, the hidden truth behind Tae-yeon's suicide is slowly revealed and terrified students struggle to death to undo the puzzle before they become the next victim."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally released as a motion picture in 2010.
Kakpon, Pak Hye-min, Yi Chŏng-hwa, Yi Kong-ju ; ch'waryŏng, Ch'oe Yŏng-t'aek ; p'yŏnjip, Ch'oe Min-yŏng, Yi Chin ; ŭmak, Kim U-gŭn.
각본, 박혜민, 이정화, 이공주 ; 촬영, 최영택 ; 편집, 최민영, 이진 ; 음악, 김우근.
15-se isang kwallam ka.
DVD; NTSC; region 3; anamorphic widescreen 2.35:1; Dolby digital 5.1 surround.
Kim Su-ro, Hwang Chŏng-ŭm, Yun Si-yun, Pak Chi-yŏn, Pak Ŭn-bin.
김수로, 황정음, 윤시윤, 박지연, 박은빈.
In Korean, with optional subtitles in Korean and English.
Kosa. tu pŏntchae iyagi
English title also known as
Death bell 2 : bloody camp
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