Synopsis: A girl group known as Pink Dolls is struggling to make a name in the music industry. When the girls - lead singer Jen-ni (Jin Se-yeon), pretty girl Ah-rang (Choi Ah-ra), former backup dancer Eun-joo (Ham Eun-jeong), and rapper Sin-ji (Maydoni Kim) - release their new single with the title "White" - a remake from an untitled music video found in their studio, they become instant sensation.
Soon, strange things begin to happen. As suspicious and gruesome incidents happen to Jen-n-, Ah-rang, and Sin-ji, Eun-Joo suspects that the happenings are related to the music video. She begins to look into the mystery behind it with her best friend, Soon-ye (Hwang Woo-seul-hye). In the end, she too falls victim to the cursed song.
Most mainstream Asian horror movies still won't veer away from portraying a main vengeful ghost. There's a black-haired Sadako in the Japanese Ringu and now you have another similar character in this Korean movie. There are scary moments but those are sort of expected and not that memorable.
The interesting thing about this movie is that you get to spend almost half the time watching K-pop music video. Guys would be happy to watch these sweet young things doing their sexy dance moves.
And, the "White" song is pretty catchy too.
If you're a K-pop fan, I'm not sure whether you'll like this movie or not but it's a different kind of experience watching haunted girl groups. Haha.