Focuses on a mysterious massacre that occurs in the demilitarized zone (DMZ) one rainy day. Twenty armed soldiers at a guard post have been mysteriously killed. One is left alive, but unconscious. The Defense Ministry dispatches an investigation team. Sergeant Major Noh Seong Gyu is given 24 hours to find the body of Yu Jeong Woo, who was in command of the guard post.Edit Translation
As soldiers speculate on whether deadly psychosis is biological or paranormal in nature, or perhaps even a combination of the two, do the disturbing incidents multiply and the bodies begin to clump? So begins the story of "GP506". Pleasant, intermittently intriguing occasionally confuses and does not possess many narrative surprises. But it builds an effective atmosphere of dreary dread, fulfills the initial promise of some dark violence. He still possesses the strange moment of the detail of the inventive character, as with the soldier who cheerfully wears a diving mask to peel onions or the accidental discharge of firearms that almost begins a war with the North Korean guard post through border. Technically flawed, predictable but with cool CGI cinematography in short an uneven one, sometimes involving, but not quite, an excellent blend of elements of war, mystery and horror film, well done but a little short on the depth and detail of the characters.