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Director  Choi Ik-hwan
Initial DVD release  July 15, 2008 (USA)
Language  Korean
6.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Horror
Film series  Whispering Corridors
Country  South Korea
Voice (film) movie poster
Release date  July 15, 2005 (2005-07-15)
Writer  Equan Choi, Joon-Seok Sol
Initial release  July 15, 2005 (South Korea)
Cast  Cha Ye-ryun (Cho-ah), Kim Seo-hyung (Hee-myun), Hyeon-kyeong Lim (Hyo-jung), Eun-kyeong Na, Seo Ji-hye (Seon-min), Kim Ok-bin (Young-eon)
Similar movies  Korean horror movies, Ghost movies

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Voice (Hangul: 여고괴담 4: 목소리; RR: Yeogo goedam 4: Moksori; also known as Whispering Corridors 4: Voice and Voice Letter) is a 2005 South Korean horror film, and the fourth installment of the Whispering Corridors film series. This film was the debut film for its three young actresses, as well as director Choi Ik-Hwan, who had served as an assistant director on the first film of the series.


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It was screened at the 2006 San Francisco Korean American Film Festival.

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Young-eon (Kim Ok-bin), the top singer at an all-girls school, is murdered by a music sheet cutting her throat in the opening scene. The next day nobody can see or hear her except her friend Seon-min (Seo Ji-hye) who is able to hear her. After Young-eon convinces Seon-min that it is her voice that can be heard the two attempt to find out what happened to Young-eon. Seon-min begins speculating that the music teacher must have killed Young-eon. The mystery behind her death is slowly unraveled as Young-eon has flashbacks of life before her death.

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Seon-min befriends a lonely and strange girl at school named Cho-ah (Cha Ye-ryun), who can hear the voices of the dead, and she helps the two solve the incident. Soon after, the music teacher kills herself. Seon-min begins to doubt what Young-eon says after Cho-ah tells her that ghosts only remember what they want to, revealing that Young-eon's memory may be incorrect. There seems to be another ghost haunting the school, one that the two friends suspect must be Young-eon's murderer. Later, Young-eon's body is found in on top of the elevator ,when a student accidentally drops a cart, the same elevator that a previous student died in.

Voice (film) Whispering Corridors 4 Voice MV Bring Me The Horizon

Young-eon is running out of time to discover who the other ghost is; if her friend forgets about her then she will lose her voice. Some of the flashbacks include her mother, who is shown to be in a hospital. In one flashback, she talks to her mother about how as soon as she is old enough she will learn to drive. Another features how her mother committed suicide by jumping off the top of the hospital. In the end Young-eon is revealed to have driven her mother to suicide. It is also shown that Young-eon might have multiple personality disorder due to the trauma and guilt of encouraging her mother to kill herself. Young-eon ends up bringing tears to her music teacher's eyes when she asks the teacher to sing, leading the latter to contemplate suicide.

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It turns out that Young-eon had been hearing the voices of her teacher and of the ghost, Hyo-jung (Im Hyeon-kyeong), the whole time, and Young-eon wanted the teacher dead to get rid of Hyo-jung's voice. Hyo-jung was a student and a former top singer at the school. She fell in love with the music teacher. Hyo-jung has the same voice as Young-eon and they are both recorded in a song.

Hyo-jung is revealed to have shot the music sheet at Young-eon`s throat in the first scene out of anger at losing her voice. Seon-min thinks Young-eon should move on and "cross over". Young-eon is angered by her statement, since she wants nothing more than to live again. Not long after, Young-eon kills Cho-ah and takes over Seon-min's body. After talking to her reflection at her locker, Young-eon-in-Seon-min walks alongside Seon-min's mother, talking about how as soon as she is old enough she will learn to drive.

At the very end of the movie (when the credits are rolling), Cho-ah is left shouting in frustration, but voiceless.


  • Kim Ok-Bin as Young-Eon
  • Seo Ji-Hye as Sun-Min
  • Cha Ye-Ryun as Cho-Ah
  • Kim Seo-Hyung as Hee-Yeon
  • Im Hyun-Kyung as Hyo-Jung
  • Jeon Ji-Ae as Hwa-Jung
  • Yoon Young as Hye-Sun
  • Lee Eun as Mi-Hee
  • Sun Joo-Yeon as Jin-Young
  • Won Ae-Ri as Myung-Sook
  • Park Yoon-Kyung as Eun-Ha
  • Kim Sung-Tae as Homeroom teacher
  • Han Chae-Woo as Athletic teacher
  • Kim Jung-Young as Young-Eon's mother
  • References

    Voice (film) Wikipedia
    Voice (film) IMDb Voice (film)

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