Hansel & Gretel
After a car accident, Eun-soo finds himself wandering through a lush green forest, until he comes across a colorful little cottage that is every child's dream - countless toys, and no food but candy and cake. The family inside seems similarly perfect, but they're strangely reluctant to let Eun-soo go - and soon the parents vanish, leaving Eun-soo to watch the three eerie kids. Whenever poor Eun-soo tries to walk back to civilization, the forest itself swamps him with snow and darkness. Stuck with the kids (and a pair of increasingly creepy yuppies who are also stranded), Eun-soo begins to realize that this house isn't just creepy because of the "children's fantasy" theme; there's something dark and weepy in the attic. The children start to demonstrate darker facets - and mysterious powers that are keeping him trapped. Porcelain doll-women, people swallowed by trees, magical picture books, an endless forest littered with toys, and a house where children's wishes come true. In the last quarter the story suddenly twists back on itself, revealing a gruesome and traumatic back history for the children.
Starring Chun Jung-myung, Shim Eun-kyung, Jang Young-nam
Director Yim Pil-sung