Ghost School Trilogy (3discs/region1)


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Product Information
Also Known As:Whispering Corridors, The Ghost Story of Girls' High
Director:Park Gi-Hyeong
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:Horror, School, Juvenile
Language:Korean
Subtitles:English
Sound:Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Release Date:Nov 08, 2007
Publisher:Tartan Video
Product Made In:United States
Aspect Ratio:1.85:1
Case:Digipack


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Product Details
Region Code: 1, NTSC
Single Side Dual Layer
Audio: Korean

Rating for English subtitles: Excellent

Disc 1
Whispering Corridors

Disc 2
Memento Mori

Disc 3
Wishing Stairs
About Whispering Corridor
In lively ground of a girls' high school. Mysterious incidents happen there...... The schoolyard on a rainy night, waterholes hollowed here and there. When a pair of white barefoot wearing a skirt tread down the waterholes, the ghastly school building stands alone and a woman teacher Park Ki-Suk is remained alone in the teacher's room browsing through her teacher's notebook with anxious look. Bright and sunny schoolyard. Ji-Oh and Jae-Yi, the first comers, finds their teacher in charge(Park Ki-Suk) as a body hooked on an old tree. The new teacher in charge is evil man Oh Kwang-Ku whose nick name is mad dog. He makes a favorite of only So-Young whose family background is excellent while he insults Jeong-Suk, the ever 2nd grader, even mentioning her family circumstance. Ji-Oh, who is broad-minded and through with studying result, is the first object of beating of the mad dog. While Panic-stricken rumors spread out, Jeong-Suk commits suicide due to unbearable humiliation of the teacher in charge, and the mad dog is missing during night watch. Meanwhile Eun-Young, who is assigned to her old school as a literature teacher, can't forget lingering Park Ki-Suk's message left in her telephone the night before she died.... "Kin-Ju is here. She still studies in school..."

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