Filmmaking siblings Jeong Sik and Jeong Bum-Sik share directing credits on this discomforting tale of an ageing doctor with a disturbing past. The year is 1979, and Dr. Park has just received a photo album from 1942. Back in those days, Dr. Park and his friends found themselves caught up in a series of strange incidents.
Though Park had been reluctant to take the bride that his parents had previously arranged for him, he was stunned to learn that the dead body he had fallen so deeply in love with was in fact the very woman who would have been his wife. Later, a young girl is brought into the hospital after surviving a horrific car accident.
Though she was the only one to make it out of the crash alive, ghosts seem to haunt her every time the sun goes down. As these two parallel stories gradually unfold, the viewer is also introduced to a married pair of doctors from Tokyo who always seem to be surrounded by serial killers.
Before making his feature directorial debut with this film, co-director Sik worked as an assistant director for acclaimed South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-Wook on such films as Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and Oldboy.