Unborn but Forgotten

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Unborn But Forgotten
Unborn But Forgotten film poster.jpg
Hangul
Revised Romanization Hayanbang
McCune–Reischauer Hayanbang
Directed byIm Chang-jae
Produced byYu Hee-suk
Written byHan Hyun-geun
Starring Lee Eun-ju
Jung Joon-ho
Music byKim Jeong-a
CinematographyPark Hui-ju
Edited byKyung Min-ho
Distributed by CJ Entertainment
Release date
  • November 15, 2002 (2002-11-15)
Running time
95 minutes
CountrySouth Korea
LanguageKorean
Box officeUS$1,155,954 [1]

Unborn But Forgotten (Korean : 하얀방; RR : Hayanbang; lit. "White Room") is a 2002 South Korean film directed by Im Chang-jae. Due to its plot, the film has been compared to both The Ring and FeardotCom .

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Plot

TV producer Han Su-jin investigates a string of mysterious deaths involving pregnant women after they have visited a website. Out of curiosity Han visits the website; later she starts to have bizarre hallucinations, suggesting that her death may be imminent. Han hires a detective named Choi to help her solve the mystery.

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Music

The song "Awen" written and performed by Irish duo RUA (Liz Madden and Gloria Mulhall) was used as the theme song for the main character. This song was taken from their first album RUA released by Celtic Collections.

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References

  1. "Hayanbang (White Room)". Box Office Mojo . Retrieved 19 February 2008.