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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-Jho Gwang-Soo
Writer: Joachim Yeo, Jo Eun-Kyung, Hong Dong-Myung, Kim-Jho Gwang-Soo
Producer: Kim-Jho Gwang-Soo, Ahn Mong-Sik, Je Jeong-Ju, Song Tae-Jong
Cinematographer: Kim Myung-Joon, Lee In-Won, Kwon Soon-Kyoung
Release Date: June 10, 2010
Runtime: 100 min.
Genre: Horror / Omnibus
Distributor: CJ Entertainment

Tarot 1. Ghost Boy
Director: Joachim Yeo
Park Chul-Min (Lee Tae-Ri) 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.
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea

Cast
Tell Me Your Name
Bae Soo-Bin
Nam Ji-Hyun
Byun Joon-Suk – male high school student
Tarot 1. Ghost Boy
Lee Tae-Ri – Park Chul-Min
Choi Hye-Kyung – Han Seo-Hee
Lee Poong-Woon – 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
Lee Sang-Hong – male ghost
Tarot 2. Attached
Shin Ji-Soo – So-Young
Kim Kkobbi – Nam-Hee
Hong Jong-Hyun – 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
Mi-Ram – Ji-Young (girl ghost) / voice of senior Yeo
Lee Jong-Suk – Hyun-Wook
Hwang Byeng-Gug – dean of students
Han Ji-Eun – Eun-Ji
Kim Hee-Yun – Sung-Hyun
Park Young-Woon – Yong-Sang

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It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (Korean: 사이코지만 괜찮아; RR: Saikojiman gwaenchana; lit. Psycho But It’s Okay) is a 2020 South Korean romantic television series starring Kim Soo-hyun and Seo Ye-ji. The series tells an unusual romance story between two people who end up healing each other’s emotional and psychological wounds. It airs on tvN every Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 (KST) time slot and will be available to stream worldwide on Netflix starting from June 20, 2020.
Synopsis
The drama tells the story of Moon Kang-tae (Kim Soo-hyun), a community health worker at a psychiatric ward who doesn’t have time for love, and Ko Moon-young (Seo Ye-ji), a successful children’s book author who suffers from antisocial personality disorder and has never known love. After meeting one another, the two slowly begin to heal each other’s emotional wounds.

Main

  • Kim Soo-hyun as Moon Kang-tae
  • Moon Woo-jin as young Moon Kang-tae
    An orphaned caretaker working at a psychiatric ward who was blessed with everything including a great body, brain, the ability to empathize with others, patience, the ability to react quickly, and stamina. However, he does not believe in love.
    • Seo Ye-ji as Ko Moon-young
    A popular children’s book author who suffers from antisocial personality disorder and knows nothing about love.
    • Oh Jung-se as Moon Sang-tae
    Kang-tae’s autistic older brother. He is a fan of Author Ko Moon Young.
    • Park Kyu-young as Nam Joo-ri
    A nurse, Moon Kang-tae’s co-worker.

    Supporting

    • Kim Joo-hun as Lee Sang-in
    A 38-year-old CEO of a publishing company. He started his career as an editor of a fairy tale story written by Moon-young.
    • Kim Chang-wan as Oh Ji-wang
    The president of the mental ward.
    • Kim Mi-kyung as Kang Soon-deok
    Chef at the mental ward, Joo-ri’s mother.
    • Lee Eol as Go Dae-hwan
    Moon-young’s father and a patient at the mental ward who suffers from dementia.
    • Jang Young-nam as Park Haeng-ja
    A strong and meticulous senior nurse.
    • Kang Ki-doong [ko] as Jo Jae-soo
    Kang-tae’s friend. He is self-employed.
    • Jang Gyu-ri as Sun Byul
    A nurse with 3 years of experience, Joo-ri’s best friend.
    • Park Jin-joo as Yoo Seung-jae
    The art director at Sang-in’s company.

    Extended cast

    • Woo Jung-won as Do Hee-jae
    Moon-young’s mother. A best-selling author who has disappeared for years.
    • Seo Joon as Kwon Min-suk
    • Choi Woo-sung as Oh Cha-yong
    • Kim Ki-chun as Gan Pil-ong
    • Jung Jae-kwang as Joo Jung-tae
    • Ji Hye-won as Lee Ah-reum
    • Kang Ji-eun as Park Ok-ran
    • Joo In-young as Yoo Sun-hae
    Park Kyu-young and Kang Ki-doong previously starred together in Romance Is a Bonus Book (2019)
    Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Chang-wan were also in My Love from the Star (2014), as main and supporting roles respectively.
    Park Jin-joo and Kim Mi-kyung were also reunited from Her Private Life (2019) as supporting roles.

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