Do-hyung Choi is the charismatic team leader of a six-men expedition team that tries to reach the most remote part of the Antarctic without any outside assistance. Marching through the endless snow, Min-jae, the youngest of the team, finds a journal written by a member of a British expedition 80 years ago. From then on, they start to experience strange mishaps that are reflected with extraordinary similarity on the pages of the mysterious journal. The team ends up with two missing men and failing equipment. Soon the sun will go down and Antarctica will be plunged into darkness for months. But Choi is obsessed with attaining their goal and the expedition struggles on, searching for the unreachable. Antarctic Journal is a powerful, claustrophobic supernatural thriller from director Phil-sung Yim. He lets us experience the inhospitable wilderness of the Antarctic, where desolation and loneliness can inspire the most extreme madness. The excellent cast is headed by Kang-ho Song (The Quiet Family, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Memories of Murder) and Jitae Yu (Natural City, Old Boy, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance).