When an accidental death takes the life of a young boy, the family moves to a country home for a fresh start only to discover there is something much worse than their memories and guilt dwelling within the house. The attic harbors an ancient evil so strong it confronts the family's deepest fears.
A residence event is held to support visual artists. Both local and foreign artists gather at this faraway location. They begin to lodge at the accommodation that used to be a cattle shed in a pear orchard. As the day of the exhibition draws near, fans gather at this residence, among them a young woman named 'Yul-li.' Artists disappear one by one, making the residence spookier than ever.
Tree curer Cheong-a, who dreams of a happy marriage with her fianc?, receives a request for tree treatment and visits a high school. Cheong-a meets a mysterious high school girl with a strange aura while she is treating trees and suffers from bad dreams every night thereafter. Then, one day, a box is delivered to her through parcel service. In the worn-out yearbook contained in the box, the face of a male student encircled with a red pen many times as if done by a crazy person catches her eye together with her picture in her high school days… The memory of that day suddenly comes to her. Will the fear that has been suppressing her be identified?
Su-jin and Hye-rim are the best friends but after they lost Min suk who they both had crashed on, they do not talk to each other anymore. Later, Su-jin and Hye-rim meet at Min-suk？s grave in his countryside hometown. They kept fighting even in the car and a man jumps into their way from nowhere. The guy threaten them to give a ride to certain place in the forest to meet his boss.
Chapter 1. A Strange Woman A young film director 'P', trying to make a film based on a short story by Nikolai Gogol, meets a mysterious actress in an audition. Her overwhelming gift however, being obvious to everyone including 'P' himself, increasingly gets on his nerves in an ominous way. Chapter 2. VIY A young priest is ordered to preside over the wake of witch in a small old wooden church of a remote village. This means spending three nights alone with the corpse with only his faith to protect him. Chapter 3. A Curtain Call A blind musician Henri PARK, who plays at a whorehouse, meets a group of marionette artists, preparing a play based on . His suspicious roommate follows him one night, just to find out that Henri is playing the piano for ghosts, in an abandoned church.
11 members of an internet suicide site gathered in an abandoned school. They included a former baseball player who retired because of his injuries, a cancer patient whose death was declared, and a high school girl being pessimistic of her school score. While having the last supper after completely preparing the equipment and method for their suicide, they listen to each other's stories.
The tragic death of her fianc'e on the day of their wedding drives a woman to the edge. She builds a cottage by his grave, dances and sings by his grave and finally digs up his corpse and brings it into her house. She proceeds to live with him as man and wife. One day, she begins to write a screenplay about the resurrection of her dead lover entitled 'Artist'.
Jung Yoo-mi and her students come to Yoo-gok Elementary School in a rural town as a part of an exchange program. They are spooked by a campus ghost story told by Kim Gye-dong, a teacher at the school. But the students' curiosities get the better of them and they decide to search every nook and cranny for the ghost. Unfortunately, it is Yoo-mi who runs into the ghost when she goes to the bathroom at midnight. The campus ghost story now becomes real to everyone at the school. The fearless threesome, Tae-suk, Chul-soo and Hoon, decide to go to the annex building where the ghost is believed to reside in. But Man-duk warns them vehemently against going there. When Tae-suk receives a message that the school is cursed, he and his friends sneak into the annex building to uncover the mystery once and for all. His friends are chased by the ghosts and now Tae-suk must find his missing friends.
A howling cry fills the night air of the dark cemetery grounds. The moon illuminates the graves that line up the grounds. The howling continues when a ghost with blood flowing down her face and her hair flowing down her back smiles fiendishly. The ghost lets out a fiendish laugh and turns into a beautiful young girl. So-young was engaged to be married to Sang-cheol. But a wealthy businessman Han who wanted Sang-cheol as his son-in-law schemes to get rid of So-young. In the end, Han traps Sang-cheol into killing So-young and marries Ji-hye, Han's daughter. So-young leaves a letter for her younger brother Tae-ha asking him to pass his civil service exams and to avenge her death for her. She begins to help her brother with her supernatural abilities. The angry ghost of So-young begins a series of bloody revenges on Han and Sang-cheol.
Korean horror anthology: 1. Subway Murder 2. Chrysanthemum 3. 13 Persons
Jin-geol, a Hong Kong police detective in Thailand, helps Noh Ju-ma catch a pickpocket. Noh Ju-ma is the daughter of Noh Goh a shaman priestess. Noh Ju-ma falls instantly in love with Jin-geol and follows an evil deity's instructions to put potions in teas and give Jin-geol a doll used in exorcism to know exactly where and what he is doing all the time. Jin-geol, who through enchantment, has relations with Noh Ju-ma, soon regrets his actions and leaves Thailand. When Noh Ju-ma asks for help, the evil deity kills Jin-geol's wife Yi Hae who is pregnant with his baby. The evil deity soon turns into a monster and takes over Noh Ju-ma's body and starts killing people and tormenting Jin-geol. Noh Goh, who is aware of what has been going on bands together with the monk Chun Gong-myung to fight the evil deity. But their powers are no match for it at first until the spirits of Yi Hae and the unborn baby enter Noh Ju-ma's body and disunite Noh Ju-ma from the evil deity.
Kwang-yeol is placed in the mental hospital for no reason as soon as he comes back to Korea after studying abroad. He manages to escape from the hospital and the continuing mysterious incidents puts him in the train headed to Yeosu. On the train, Kwang-yeol comes across the detective Yu who shows him the picture of his twin brother Bong-yeol on the newspaper. He attends the Bong-yeol's funeral service and goes into Bong-yeol's house to run into Sul-hi, Bong-yeol's wife. Mystery is solved and Hye-young, the committer of all evil deed, commits suicide.
Keum-ji was born with a hideous face due to some medicine her mother took while she was pregnant with her. Keum-ji grew up under much abuse while she watched her twin sister, Mi-kyung, receives all their parents' love. Her resentment is strong. Keum-ji develops a high level of concentration until it grows into a supernatural power which she uses to try to find her life. One day, Keum-ji has some plastic surgery done. She looks like Mi-kyung but Mi-kyung ends up looking hideous like Keum-ji once did. The two twin sisters are psychologically and physically linked, sharing a single fate. With their mother, Hye-won, begging her husband to return Mi-kyung to her former self, the husband is very conflicted but chooses Mi-kyung in the end.
Si-mok happens to see a drawing of his dead wife at an art exhibition. He turns white with shock. Leaving the exhibition, Si-mok gets into a cab but the driver takes him into the woods. Si-mok had been living happily with his widowed mother, Mrs. Heo and his wife, Ae-ja. Mrs. Heo has a passionate affair with Dr. Pak. However, Ae-ja's sister, Hye-suk witnesses the affair. She promises to keep it a secret. While Si-mok is abroad on business, Mrs. Heo conspires with Hye-suk and poisons Ae-ja, killing her. Afterwards, Si-mok lives with Hye-suk. Subsequently, Ae-ja becomes a ghost filled with anger and torments Si-mok's family. Si-mok overcomes this hardship through his faith in Buddha.
At the end of Koryo dynastry, Hyang-seon, the daughter of Master Song, had been chosen to be the Crown Prince's wife. Under the orders of Master Kim, Mi-kwang attacks and violates Hyang-seon on her way back from praying to Buddha. Hyang-seon kills herself. Due to this incident, both of Hyang-seon's parents are bestowed the King's poison (the death penalty). A struggle breaks out between undertaker and grave robbers over the wealthy dowry. Meanwhile, Mi-kwang asks for the hand of Ie-hwa, daughter of Master Kim. However, Mi-kwang dies because of Master Kim. Master Kim's wife dies when a snake comes out of the wedding presents and bites her. Ie-hwa is chosen to be the Crown Prince's wife. The day before she is to meet the queen, Hyang-seon's ghost appears at the house of Master Kim and has her revenge. Master Kim is killed. Now aware of the full story, Ie-hwa stands before her parent's graves and Hyang-seon's grave where she asks for Hyang-seon's forgiveness.
The death toll is very high at the construction site of a villa. The villa's owner and on-site construction manager also meet their deaths. The reason for their deaths is that the refuge and freedom of their spirits are being infringed upon so they start taking their revenge on the people. The house becomes abandoned and haunted. A scientist couple from the U. S. comes to live in the house. The spirits start making trouble for them so the couple asks a powerful Buddhist monk to help them. The Buddhist monk talks with the spirits and finds out their demands. The couple ends up moving elsewhere.
At the 10th year since King Yeon-San came to the throne, Suwon magistrate Yun Dong-Kyun dies a mysterious death. Lee Won-Seok leaves for Suwon as the next magistrate and his wife Kim remains at the home. Man-Dol, who has been admired her, tells a lie to her that her husband indulges himself in woman and it make her blind with avarice. Unreliable incidents continuously happen and one day, Lee Won-Seok is murdered. Man-Dol is turned out to be the murderer and on the day when a prize gate for exemplary woman is bestowed on Kim, a thunder falls on the gate.
The notorious Official Choi wants the precious heirloom of commoner Kim Sung-bo's family so he has the whole family killed and seizes the heirloom. Kim Sung-bo has become a spirit. On rainy days, he goes into the body of his friend Jung Il-do and tries to have his revenge on Official Choi.
Dong-hyuk's grandfather leaves him a mansion in his will. Dong-hyuk returns to Korea to take care of the place. However, he almost loses his life in the mansion. Every time he is in danger, Dong-hyuk escapes danger by the power of the Buddhist relic his mother gave him. Dong-hyuk goes to see the head Buddhist priest at Dae-rim Temple. Buddhist priest Dae-wu tells Dong-hyuk that his grandfather had some servants killed in the basement for not revealing that his mistress and his aide were having an affair. The enraged souls of the servants are causing this danger. Buddhist priest Dae-wu urges Dong-hyuk to leave but Dong-hyuk stays. The spirits are unable to approach Dong-hyuk because of his Buddhist relic. So they transform themselves into Dong-hyuk's fiancee and steal the relic. When the spirits threaten Dong-hyuk, Buddhist priest Dae-wu prepares to fight them.
Eun-ji, Mal-suk, and Da-hi live in the dorms of Han-yang Hospital. A series of strange occurrences happen. In the midst of these happenings, Eun-ji surprisingly discovers in her room a necklace she gave to her old boyfriend. In the past, Eun-ji and Baek-chu, the boyfriend, loved each other. But when Baek-chu got severely burned, Eun-ji left him. Baek-chu came after Eun-ji trying to kill her. He missed a step and fell into the ocean and died. With a foreboding premonition, Eun-ji goes to the villa she and Baek-chu frequently stayed in the past. Eun-ji discovers Baek-chu there alive. Eun-ji is thrown into a fire by Baek-chu. When she is half-dead, Baek-chu pulls her out and throws himself into the fire and dies.