Not long after he married, Yoo has to enter the army leaving behind his wife Kil and daughter Young. He is taken a prisoner of war in a battlefield. Without knowing this, Kil and Young firmly hope Yoo's safe return from the war while they overcome temptation, poverty, epidemics and even drought. But an influential man of their village rapes Kil and Young. Yoo takes a revenge on him but he is killed during the fight with the leader of enemy.
Bo-Young's spirit can't go to heaven because she died as an unmarried girl. Her nanny who died before her feels sorry for Bo-Young and tries to arrange a soul marriage to Jeong junior who sends private supplies in private for his jailed father due to false charge to ascend Bo-Young to heaven. Meanwhile Jeong junior can not control the chief of village who false charged on Jeong senior and deprived his properties, and even he requests for hidden fortune. Thus Bo-Young and her nanny makes Jeong junior pass the civil service examination and beat the greedy and wicked chief of village to save innocent Jeong senior. Finally nanny and Bo-Young who loves Jeong junior ascend to heaven.
Seven sexy women receive a strange invitation for the weekend at an isolated villa. The big house looks dark and empty but soon they discover the dead body of an old man in the garden. They decide to spend the night there as the house is far away from the city and the phone doesn't work. But a dark shadow dressed in black and wearing black gloves starts to butcher them one by one with a huge knife.
A girl is forced to return to her hometown from London after her mother's death and the break-up of her relationship. Taking a job as a night cleaner in a restaurant, she is troubled by the appearance of the ghost of a girl who disappeared years ago. A mystery unfolds around her, putting her in danger of meeting the same fate.
After a night of partying, four friends are kidnapped by a mysterious man. The friends wake up in a basement, and realize they are part of something horrifying. A human breeding farm. They are to be milked, bred, and much, much worse.
Beautiful but poor Bo-Ok is sold to Man-Seok who treats her as on a sexual partner. As his three sisters maltreat her as well, lonely Bo-Ok endures all odds and difficulties with relying emotionally on innocent and honest servant Cheon-Dong. But Man-Seok misunderstands them and kills Cheon-Dong. As he tries to kill even Bo-Ok, Cheon-Dong's hatred spirit appears to save her and sends Man-Seok's three sisters to hell where they experience sufferings and regret their faults. After he watches Bo-Ok's happiness, Cheon-Dong's spirit disappears to heaven.
Ok-Nyo, daughter of poor but noble family, falls in love with a young noble man Mr. Jeong. Hyang-A, daughter of chief of district, is so jealous that set a fire in Ok-Nyo's house using her father's power. Ok-Nyo and her family helplessly die. Mr. Jeong has to marry to Hyang-A because he is forced to do so by chief of district. Every night Ok-Nyo's resented spirit appears in the disguise of Hyang-A to torment Hyang-A. After the days of terrible horror, Hyang-A regrets what she did and comes back to Mr. Jeong.
Kim Joe Rang, the new appointed chief of the village, takes charge of a strange case from the first day. A villager is dead just after telling that he saw a ghost. Kim Joe Rang offers his daughter for reward and sends monk Chon-Won and his pupil Min-Do to get rid of the ghost. But they are killed by the ghost. Kim Joe Rang goes to Jeom-Sa who tells him that is wolf's mischief and they should sacrifice a young lady born in Mu-Jin year to solve the problem. Kim is looking for the right person and his daughter Ran volunteers to be a sacrifice. When Ran is alone in the mountain trembling with fear, an eminent monk appears to help her and they defeat the ghost.
Dal-Rae's father gets killed by his concubine Seo-Mo, who later entraps Dal-Rae into death, also. But Do-Wun, Dal-Rae's younger brother, continues to study for the state examination in some temple, not knowing his father and sister's death. Dal-Rae's ghost tries to protect her youngest brother Do-Seon from Seo-Mo's intrigue. When Do-Seon was on the verge of being killed, Do-Wun who won the first place in the state examination saves his brother. While Seo-Mo and her evil group gets killed accused of their horrible atrocities, Do-Wun goes to Han Yang with his brother, asking Cheong-Am, his teacher and a great Buddhist monk, to pray for Dal-Rae's soul.
Heo-Don marries So-Yeon who saved his life, and goes to Han Yang to succeed in the world with the help of his father-in-law. But Heo-Don, a very ambitious man, remarries some magistrate's daughter Kil-Rae, and doesn't want to meet So-Yeon and her servant Pal-Bok, who get killed accused of committing adultery. Jang-Hyeon, So-Yeon's brother, is appointed as a new magistrate in the town after the former one was scared to death by So-Yeon's ghost. Getting to know that his sister's death was by false accusation, Jang-Hyeon investigates the case. Heo-Don, feeling guilty of what he's done, kills his wife and himself in front of Jang-Hyeon.
In some village near Sachonsong in China, whenever crows caw at night, a village girl dies. When Ki Seok-Bok's daughter Yi-Hwa died, too, Seok-Bok's son-in-law Jin-Rang keeps watch on his sister-in-law Yeon-Hwa. The crow ghost avoids fight with Jin-Rang, leaving behind a bamboo pipe. As Jin-Rang's wife dies, the crow ghost gets incarnated in her. The crow ghost wanted to kill Ki Seok-Bok and his family because he killed Joo and her daughter Bu-Yong who got engaged with Jin-Rang at that time, in order to marry Jin-Rang to his daughter. The ghost mother and daughter tell the truth about their death to Jin-Rang and leaves after killing Seok-Bok.
Three brothers of Jang-Su, Man-Su, and Jong-Su, and Bo-Ki, Su-Ni, and Jang-Su's wife Sam-Ok live together. A group of bandits kidnap Sam-Ok and demands that Jang-Su bring the skin of the white fox. Three brothers succeed in killing the white fox, but the evil spirit of the white fox begins to haunt them. The dead white fox gets incarnated as Sam-Ok, who is killed by three brothers, and Jin-Jin, an incarnated female white fox, marries Man-Su. Jin-Jin kills Bo-Ki who knew she is a fox, and kills also Man-Su and Jong-Su. Su-Ni succeeds in killing the evil fox which tried to kill her, also.
Sir Choi and his son Wan, are in an exile. Wan gets engaged with Seol there, but as Sir Choi has been granted an amnesty, he goes to Seoul, deserting his daughter-in-law despite Wan's sincere request to bring her to Seoul. Wan wins the first place of the state examination and gets married with Beo-Deul, a daughter of the prime minster. Seol who got killed by Sir Choi when she came to Seoul to meet Wan, scares Wan out of wits every night with her mother's ghost. Beo-Deul succeeds in recovering Wan's health with the help of some old monk, but in the end, Wan and his father Choi get killed, being seduced by Seol's ghost.
Artist Kyeong-pa is asked by the father of a dead girl to paint a portrait of the man's daughter to put her soul to rest. But whenever the artist tries to paint it, a different woman appears on the canvas. The image always takes the form of a woman whom he loved but has also passed away. The ghost of the man's daughter is not very happy that her painting has not been finished and makes her wrath known.
Taoist spiritual leader Jang-jung doubts fidelity of his wife Geun-hwa and comes back home from a mountain. However, nothing happened to her. As Jang-jung dies suddenly, Geun-hwa falls into deep sorrow. Cho-u who is a student of Jang-jung appears to condole her. Geun-hwa and Jang-jung become lovers and at the moment when they make love, Cho-u falls down and becomes ill. Geun-hwa hears that he needs a brain for cure. So she opens up Jang-jung's coffin. To her surprise, Jang-jung wakes up and Geun-hwa dies of shock. Jang-jung regrets his doubt toward his wife.
Bong-sam abandons his sick wife Sun-im and young son Gwi-dong for a rich widow named Yeon-wol. Sun-im dies and Gwi-dong is raised by Yeon-wol, who severely abuses young Gwi-dong. Sun-im's soul, which cannot leave this world, stays to protect her son. She asks Yeon-wol to be a good mother to Gwi-dong but Yeon-wol takes no heed, and her abuse continues. Sun-im kills Yeon-wol and asks a wandering monk to take in her son, then leaves for the other world.
A devoted son hears that, he must pay one thousand 'nyang' (old Korean currency) to save his father who is in jail for unknown reason. At that time, a low-grade official seeks for a man who could spend one night to mourn for the spirit of their DEAD daughter. The devoted son spends the night with the dead woman...
When Korea Highway Corporation is about to destroy the grave of O Gong-nyeo, the locals oppose the idea because they are worried of the legend of the grave. Heo, an engineer in charge of the construction, checks into a mountain lodge to investigate the legend. One night, he listens to O Gong-nyeo's grudge-filled story in his dream. However, he is too obsessed with his investigation and has been hallucinating. At last, he leaves the lodge and insists that the absurd legend is nothing but a superstition. He boldly pushes forward the construction project.
A man is haunted by the ghost of his murdered girlfriend who tries to tempt him into the underworld. He is also visited by the girls dead mother who is furious with him for loving her daughter.
A man who left his wife to study for a government exam happens to see a drowning woman in a mountain and rescues her. To thank him she takes him home deep in the mountain. He ends up staying with her for years, putting his study behind. But she learns that the woman he saved from the drowning sea was a vampire. Meanwhile his wife finds where her husband is with the Buddha's revelation, kills the vampire and brings him back safely to their home.