DirectorIm Gyeong-Su ScreenplayJeong-woon Go Duration LanguageKorean
Release dateDecember 1, 2005 (2005-12-01) WriterKyung-Soo Im, Man-hui Lee (screenplay) Initial releaseDecember 1, 2005 (South Korea) CastKi-beom Jang, Ji-min Kim, Kim Yoon-jin (Seo Yun-hee), Yu-su Lee, Se-chang Maeng, Shin Eun-Kyung (Chu Ja-young) Similar moviesPlastic Tree
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Diary of June (Hangul: ; RR: Yuwolui ilgi; also known as Bystanders) is a 2005 South Korean mystery-crime film starring Shin Eun-kyung, Yunjin Kim and Eric Mun. The film was released to South Korean cinemas December 1st, 2005 where it received a total of 697,980 admissions nationwide.
Two teenagers joining the same class in a high school die on the same day. The one to be top of the class is killed by a big knife on the street, the other - the second best of the class indeed - seems to be jumped from the top of the school building. Everybody believes that he first killed his classmate and than himself. But when the police finds small pill boxes into the stomachs of both kids confessing their murder two South Korean cops are torn into a new case of murder series. While they try to hunt down the serial killer, more pupils are getting killed...
Two boys from the same school are murdered. In their stomachs there are capsules containing scraps from a diary that describe the next victims. Suspecting there might be the possibility that a killer is at the same school, detective Chu Ja-young (Shin Eun-kyung), with her rookie partner Kim Dong-wook (Eric Mun) search the school to find identical handwriting that matches that of the diary excerpts. When they finally find the matching one, they’re told that Jin-mo, the student who wrote the text, has died already in a car accident one month previous. As Ja-young and Dong-wook discover Jin-mo’s secret diary, more clues are revealed concerning the next victim. They also discover that Jin-mo was bullied by his schoolmates, and that there is a darker secret to be revealed.
Plastic Tree. Eric Mun appears in Diary of June and A Bittersweet Life. Se-chang Maeng appears in Diary of June and A Man Who Went to Mars. Fly High (2006). Steal It If You Can (2002).