The movie, which announced the title of the movie "White Day: The Elimination School" and released posters, has changed its title to "White Day: Broken Boundaries."
"White Day: The Elimination School" is a South Korean horror film directed by a wise wolf and originally directed by Son Nori, a horror game called White Day: A Labyrinth named School, and a horror fantasy film about a struggle to save friends from a strange phenomenon occurring in school late at night.
The movie is famous for its drama "SKY Castle," and Kang Chan-hee, who is continuing her acting activities through various works, plays Hee-min, the successor of Korea's top exorcist, who has yet to realize her ability. Park Yu-na, who drew attention with her unique charm in each work, also plays So-young, a girl who keeps secrets about the school's curse. In addition, veteran actor Jang Kwang, who showed outstanding acting skills with works such as "Silenced" "Masquerade" and "Along with the Gods," will appear together.
The newly released teaser poster shows signs of hard work to capture the unique horror atmosphere. A ghost image reminiscent of the original "Spider Ghost" with long hair hanging down against the backdrop of Yeondugo High School, the movie's background, was captured with actor Kang Chan-hee, who played the role of "Hee-min."
Meanwhile, 'White Day: Broken Boundaries' will be released in September.