Synopsis: Jin-Seok (Kang Ha-Neul) moves into a new home with his older brother Yoo-Seok (Kim Moo-Yul), mother (Na Young-Hee) and father (Moon Sung-Geun). Jin-Seok suffers from hypersensitivity, but ...
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
108 min



-You don't remember?

-I have no recollection of it whatsoever.

You don't remember at all.

Kill him.

My gosh.

You're covered in sweat.

Are you okay, Jin-seok?


-Yes, Jin-seok.

Jin-seok, it looks like

you had a nightmare.


I told you to go to bed early last night.

I said you need to be fully rested

for the early morning move.


He went on about how excited he is

about moving to the new house

and couldn't fall asleep all night.

We're almost there.

Dad, what shall we have for lunch today?

It's our moving day,

so we must eat jajangmyeon.

Right. Jajangmyeon, it is.


I'm seeing our new home

for the first time.

I've never seen it before,

but for some reason,

it doesn't feel unfamiliar,

as if I've seen this house

sometime in the past,

standing right here like this.

That's how I feel.

What do you think? Do you like it?

I'm asking what you think of it.

Is it just like how you imagined?

My brother was always

at the top of his class

since elementary school.

He's a smart guy who graduated

from the top elite university.

He has shown talent in every area

since he was young.

His competitive nature

and good reflexes made him excel

at every sport.


And he even has deft hands.

We rarely have to call a handyman

because he can fix most things.

-He neither drinks nor smokes.

-It's fixed!

He has great manners

and never says any vulgar words.

He's logical, yet fun and eloquent

at the same time.

Everyone admired and envied him.

I'm a fan of him too, of course.

No, I deeply admire him.

All the stress from studying gives me

a nervous breakdown from time to time,

and he's the only thing in my life

that I can brag about

and be proud of.


Yes. Give it to me, Mom.

A year ago,

he injured his left leg in a car accident,

but to me and my family,

he's still a perfect hero.

-Watch the doorsill.

-Where should we put this?

Oh, this.

At the center of the living room.


-This way, please.

You see the pillar over there?

-Please put it by the pillar.


All right. One, two.

-Please be careful with it.


Where would you like this?

Oh, there are books in that box, right?

You can give it to me.


-Hey, drink some water first.

-Bring some water.


I thought you were getting your own room.

Oh, I guess you haven't heard about it.

The previous owner left his stuff

in the small room upstairs.

Does that mean

we'll never be able to use that room?

No, I don't think so.

I heard that he practically begged Dad.

Dad obviously couldn't say no

because he's tenderhearted.

I'm sure he'll empty it out soon.

It looks like you hate the idea

of sharing a room with me.

Yes, I do.

I knew it. I could totally tell.

I was kidding. I was just curious.


-Yes, Mom.

-Can you come down and help me?

Oh man.



I told you not to hit my head.

It kills brain cells!

It doesn't!

-Excuse me.


Where should I put this?

-Oh, that... Just by the bed, please.


-Are you okay?


Oh man.

-Thank you.

-No worries. It's our house anyway.

By the way, is the guy who just went

downstairs your older brother?

Yes. Why do you ask?

He's your older brother?

I know. We don't look alike, do we?

How old is he?

-Why do you ask?

-Excuse me.

Someone is looking for you in the kitchen.

Oh, okay.

Oh god.


Oh, boy. I'm exhausted.

There you go. Jin-seok.

What do you think of the house?

Do you like it?

I already told you that I do, Mom.

Really? Do you really like it?

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