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Complete your Sangho Lee collection. Sangho Lee. Bunshinsaba ‎(CD, Album). コックリさん Bunshinsaba オリジナル・サウンドトラック ‎(CD, Album).

With Gyu-ri Kim, Se-eun Lee, Yu-ri Lee, Seong-min Choi. Yu-jin and her blind mother move to a small village from Seoul. On her first day at the new school, Yu-jin gets picked on by her classmates. Along with other victims of hatred, Yu-jin puts a curse on the four girls tormenting them through a Ouija Board. On her second day at school, one of the spellbound bursts into flames and dies just as she sits down where Yu-jin used the board. Title: Bunshinsaba (2004).

15 With Piano - Epilogue 1:27.

Lee start his club career at Ulsan Hyundai in 2006. On 13 February 2009, Lee moved to the Suwon Samsung. On 26 January 2012, Lee moved to the UAE Pro-League side Al Sharjah on a loan deal until lasting May 31. On 28 December 2016, Lee moved to the FC Seoul.

Bunshinsaba (Hangul: 분신사바) is a 2004 South Korean horror film directed by Ahn Byeong-ki. In 2004, it screened at the 8th annual Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival. The film had its American premiere at the 2005 New York Korean Film Festival, and was shown later that year at the 5th annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival. In 2012 Ahn Byeong-ki directed a Chinese film also titled Bunshinsaba but with an unrelated plot.

Ships from and sold by S&J Deals. Actors: Kim Gyu-ri, Lee Se-eun, Lee Yuri. Directors: Ahn Byung-Ki. Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled. Region: Region 1 (.

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Tracklist

바닷가 (Prologue) 2:22
2 Late.. 6:04
회상 Theme 4:12
Again 4:27
W/U I Can 5:00
Chunhee Theme 3:18
심연 3:32
Death Theme 4:44
Hear My Cry 4:07
Horror Theme 1:20
Panic Theme 0:58
Scream Theme 0:37
Gasp Theme 0:53
Dark Theme 1:02
바닷가 (Epilogue) (Piano Ver.) 1:27

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TE 132-01 Sangho Lee Bunshinsaba ‎(CD, Album) Nega Network TE 132-01 South Korea 2004
PACM-1006 Sangho Lee コックリさん Bunshinsaba オリジナル・サウンドトラック ‎(CD, Album) PAL Records PACM-1006 Japan 2005

Sangho Lee - Bunshinsaba mp3 play

Performer: Sangho Lee

Title: Bunshinsaba

Country: South Korea

Date of release: 2004

Style: Score, Soundtrack

Genre: TV music

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