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Love, mystery, and the paranormal find a common ground in this unusual drama from South Korea. Ku-ho (Kim Seung-woo) and his friends Hyeon-nam (Jeong Hyeon-woo) and Do-kyung (Park Eun-suk) are driving home in a rainstorm after a party at a restaurant when a distraught young woman (Yun Mi-jo) dashes into the street. Ku-ho is unable to stop the car in time, and the woman in thrown onto the pavement. Worried that she could be seriously injured, Ku-ho takes the woman back to his apartment, where he and his friends are startled to discover she appears to have suffered no injuries, and remembers nothing about the incident -- and little else besides her name, Mi-jo. Hyeon-nam and Do-kyung are concerned about Mi-jo and are certain her family must be looking for her, while Ku-ho finds that his fears about her health are growing into an increasing affection for her. In hopes of getting Mi-jo to come out of her shell a bit, Ku-ho and his friends take her to a carnival, where she soon becomes lost; however, Ku-ho makes the startling discovery that he has established a psychic contact with her, and he soon learns a great deal about her tragic past and complex present. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi