Spellbound (오싹한 연애)


Spellbound starring Son Ye Jin and Lee Min Ki (Photo: CJ CGV)

Spellbound (오싹한 연애) is a romantic comedy that boldly breaks free from the norm by adding a spice of horror to romance. A movie like you’ve never seen before, this unique Korean movie with a mix of romantic comedy and horror will definitely satisfy both fans of romantic comedies and horror flicks.


Spellbound (Photo: CJ CGV )

Due to her unique sixth sense, Yu-ri (Son Ye-jin) is unable to live a normal life and lives completely alone and isolated from love. Jo-gu (Lee Min-ki), who is a poor street magician, meets Yu-ri during one of his performances and the two develop a magic horror show which becomes a huge hit. After a string of successful shows, Jo-gu begins to fall for Yu-ri and becomes more and more interested in her hidden secret. But, their sweet dating affair quickly takes a horrific turn once Yu-ri’s ghostly companions start getting in the way of their romance. Although threatened and terrified, Jo-gu cannot give up his growing interest in Yu-ri and is left to fight against the mysterious curse upon her. (Credit: CJ CGV)


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Son Ye Jin as Yuri-Kang

Son Ye Jin’s Profile – Born: 11th January 1982 (Daegu)
Dateless and alone … SON Ye Jin as KANG Yuri 

What she has: A sixth sense and ability to see ghosts after a tragic traffic accident in high school

What she doesn’t have: Dating experience.
Thanks to her long, straight hair, expressionless face, and a spine-chilling secret ability, Yu-ri has been forced to live alone. Yu-ri meets other people and dreams of living a normal life, but she is tormented with the ghosts who get in the way of every relationship she’s ever had.
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Lee Min Ki as Jo-gu MA

Lee Min Ki’s Profile – Born: 16th January 1985 (Gyengsangnam-do, Gimhae)
Horror magician extraordinare : 
LEE Min-ki  as Jo-gu MA

What he has: A great job as a horror magician and an awesome car.
What he doesn’t have: Guts.
Although he is the most popular horror magician in Seoul, Jo-gu is a skittish guy who can’t even sit through a scary movie. After hopelessly falling for Yu-ri, Jo-gu fearlessly sets his fears aside and fights to protect their love. However, the more he gets closer to Yu-ri, the scarier her curse comes upon him and his life hangs by a thin thread.
“You can now catch SPELLBOUND (오싹한 연애) in selected theaters in North America!”

Release Dates/Locations:

California, USA
December 16th 2011
CGV Cinemas (Los Angeles)
621 South Western Ave. Los Angeles, CA

January 6th 2012
AMC Cupertino (San Jose)
10123 N Wolfe Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014

New York/New Jersey, USA
AMC Loews Ridgefield Park 12 (New York)
75 Challenger Rd. Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660

Illinois, USA
January 13th 2012
AMC Showplace Niles (Chicago)
301 Golf Mill Center Niles, IL 60714

Ontario, Canada
Cineplex Odeon Sheppard (Toronto)
4861 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M2N 5X2

British Colombia, Canada
Cineplex Silvercity Coquitlam (Vancouver)
170 Schoolhouse Street, Coquitlam, BC V3K 4X9, Canada

CGV Special Event – Take advantage of CGV’s Special “KISS TIME” before the screening!

CGV is promoting a special event for all the couples out there during the holiday season. For all showings of SPELLBOUND after 7pm, CGV encourages audiences to take advantage of the “KISS TIME” to kiss your loved ones! This romantic, lights-out venture takes place prior to the screening, so lock your lips and prepare to kiss! Audiences have been pleasantly surprised noting the anticipation built from the 3-2-1 count-down, which concludes with a 10 second lights-out in the theater. A very fitting promotion that ties into the romance found in the movie and during the Holidays, CGV makes watching films more than just the ordinary movie-going experience. We encourage all couples and loved ones to engage in this special event, so come prepared with extra breath mints!


Spellbound KISS TIME (Photo: CGV)

See also:
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Korean Idols November 2011 Magazine shots
Korean Interactive Movie “Annyeong” feat. 2PM and miss A
Casts of Dream High 2

3 thoughts on “Spellbound (오싹한 연애)

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