8 Horror Korean Movies Giving You Thrills to Be Back to School

1. A Blood Pledge

Four friends make an oath sworn in blood to commit suicide one night, but the next morning only one is found lying dead on the school grounds. Rampant speculation about the nature of the incident races among the student body, but the three surviving friends are tight-lipped about any of the details. However, when the victim’s sister begins searching for answers, the plot as well as the survivors begin to unravel. Even so, the reason for the suicide remains cloaked in mystery, but its true meaning revolves around a blood bond of another kind.

 

2. Bunshinsaba

After moving from Seoul, South Korea, to a small town, teen Yoo-jin (Lee Se-eun) is mocked by her new classmates. Along with two fellow social outcasts, she uses a Ouija board to cast a curse on their four worst tormentors. Yoo-jin’s act releases the vengeful spirits of Kim In-suk (Lee Yu-ri) and her daughter, murdered by the townsfolk 30 years ago. When Yoo-jin’s bullies begin dying, the town’s residents turn against her as she belatedly realizes the power of the forces she has unleashed.

 

3. Mourning Grave

In-su, a high school student, can see ghosts. Plagued by them everywhere he goes and harassed by classmates because of it, he returns to his hometown to live with his uncle and finally put the past to rest. No sooner does he arrive than he sees his first ghost there, a pretty girl; but, just like before, it’s not just ghosts that affect his life. School bullies remain a problem, but soon along, the bullies start being attacked by a vengeful ghost wearing a bloody mask, and In-su starts to think that his new friend, the pretty ghost, may have something to do with it.

 

4. Death Bell

At an exclusive high school in Seoul, examination marks matter and so do parents’ social status. To prepare for a visit from students from England, two popular teachers, Mr. Kim and Ms. Choi, gather top pupils for a Saturday study session. Things go awry: one by one, students disappear, dying in grisly ways, sometimes in view of the others via closed circuit TV. A voice on the P.A. system warns of death if anyone tries to leave. The voice also asks questions, and Mr. Kim leads the students in trying to solve them, hoping to save a student. Will the ordeal come to an end, and is the cause rational or supernatural? What’s the pattern?

 

5. Wishing Stairs

Jin-seong (Song Ji-hyo) is a boarding school student and aspiring ballerina who desperately wants to get into a world-renowned arts academy. To improve her chances, she takes advantage of a local school legend: If a student walks up the dormitory staircase and counts all 28 steps, a 29th step will appear, and a spirit will grant her a wish. But, when her friend suffers a horrible accident, Jin-seong realizes too late that she doesn’t have control over how her wishes get fulfilled.

 

6. Voice

While training after hours in her high-school, the aspirant singer Park Young-Eon is mysteriously killed and her body vanishes. Her ghost is invisible and trapped in the school, but her best friend Kang Sun-min, who broadcast in the lunchtime in school, is able to hear her voice. After the suicide of their music teacher, Sun-min, aided by her mate Cho-Ah, finds that another student, Hyo-Jung, died in the same elevator trunk some time ago. Meanwhile Young-Eon recalls details of her life, disclosing why she died.

 

7. Memento Mori

In this second installment of the Whispering Corridors series, a young girl finds a strange diary, capable of arousing hallucinations, kept by two of her senior fellow-students who seem to have an unusually close bond.

 

8. 4th Period Mystery

High school guys must find the killer of their classmate before the next class start, in 40 minutes.

Renting the House of Horror – Local Records Office

Local Records Office, Norwalk, CA– This is my horror story and what I went through while I was renting an apartment and house.

According to the Local Records, Office buying a place of your own is a lot of responsibility, and I wanted to put it off for a while. But then a new tenant moved in next door in the building where I lived in Norwalk, California. My old neighbors had been the quietest people ever. One day after he moved in, around 3 in the afternoon, I heard something, like a woman, screaming and dying.

I wasn’t sure what it was, but then I realized that it was a pornographic film — the lady was having the time of her life. It turned out that this guy watched porn day and night. I was doing private tutoring in my place, and I was always afraid of what my students would hear. I thought about leaving a note, but it was just too awkward. So, I started to feel like, O.K., I need to buy a proper place.

I started house-hunting, and I saw this apartment that was really big, quiet and clean, with lots of suns. I didn’t ask for any details. I just walked in and decided I wanted it. So I bought it (for about 140,000 U.S. dollars). I didn’t know what a parade of horrors I was signing up for.

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The day after I moved in, I was relaxing on the couch when I spotted some dots on the ceiling. I sprayed some insect stuff from a can at them. The next day, there were more. They doubled and then tripled. The place was full of bugs. I used 10 or 20 cans of bug spray, and I was kind of suffocating myself. So I hired an exterminator, and I had to stay out of the apartment for two days. It was the most disgusting thing you will ever experience in your life.

I thought it was all over, but I suppose I had been so occupied with the insects that I didn’t notice the noise from upstairs. There were kids always running around, and you could hear everything. I sent a text to the mother saying, ‘‘could you please wear some slippers?’’ but she got really angry, and there was no break in the noise. I decided to call the superintendent.

He was very nice, but nothing happened. So I called him again, and he was very upset. Apparently, when he called the woman upstairs, she got mad and told all the other mothers in the building, and they were in some kind of boycott against him. They started avoiding his phone calls. (His phone company told him that the mothers had blocked his number.)

I endured two more weeks before I sent another text message: ‘‘Please wear some slippers, I am going crazy.’’ She sent back the most illogical text I’ve ever read. It said: ‘‘It’s my time of the month. The day is so bright, so I put the blankets outside. Your text message is very unpleasant.’’ And that’s when I realized that I would never be able to have a proper conversation with this woman.

The problem was I still couldn’t deal with the noise itself. You buy a place, you want life to be a certain way and I knew it would never happen unless they moved out, which they wouldn’t. And so I put my place on the market. I hadn’t even lived there a month.

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In the meantime, I noticed a lot of pigeons around the air compressors right outside the apartment. At first, I tried to keep them away, but they were like my upstairs neighbors: They did whatever they wanted. There was a huge amount of pigeon excrement. If I left the windows open, the wind would bring the droppings inside the house. (Do you know the definition of bio-hazard? That’s what it was, I think.)

I cleaned it with water and detergent, but the next day they made a huge mess all over again. I tried putting out a big sheet of foam with toothpicks all over it, but pigeons’ legs are longer than I thought. I also made a spiky thing using thumbtacks — I almost destroyed my fingerprints with glues and adhesives — but it didn’t work, either. I spent $200 on bird repellent, but it didn’t do anything. One day I poured boiling hot water on the thing that holds the air conditioner, so all the excrement would runoff.

I was using a broomstick to clean and poked something, and it turned out to be a nest! I could see tails moving. I didn’t mean to hurt anything! I got really freaked out and called 911. The birds weren’t injured, and they just threw the nest away.

I felt really sorry that I didn’t tell them about the noise, or the pigeons, or the insects. But nobody had told me! Anyway, now I feel like an adult. I bought a house. I sold a house. I didn’t tell the truth, but people often don’t. I went through all these things by myself, with no husband’s help, no family help. And now I know what to do.

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