Ahkea Kkots

South Korea 1961

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The Bad Flower / Evil Flower / A Flower of Evil
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Directed by Lee Yong-min

May possibly include some elements of Dracula--but seems to be more in line with Little Shop of Horrors. A biologist creates a vine that drains the blood of its victims, which he uses to take revenge on his enemies.

a.k.a. Akui ggot / The Bad Flower / Evil Flower / A Flower of Evil


Ye-chun Lee
Chimi Kim
Geum-bong Do
Seon-ae Ko

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