The story feels simultaneously familiar and confusing: One girl discovers a shared diary revealing a forbidden lesbian romance, then there's a suicide and a ghost that mucks up the works. In keeping with the steep tradition of K-horror, it rarely makes much sense, but there's plenty of shrieking teenagers and pools of blood to distract you from the plot. Hey, maybe it resonates more with suicidal kids.
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