A teacher's stepson performs brutal killings when possessed by a spirit who's been near him, since a satanic ceremony performed during his childhood.
A millionaire lives in a sinister cottage where strange events unfold. A damned creature, he transforms himself in a werewolf and leads a following whose adepts spread horror and despair in the neighboring city, becoming themselves a clan of assassins. One day, the werewolf confronts Branca Justiça (White Justice), who summons benign forces to scathe them and frees him of his own wickedness.
A royal inspector Kim Sang-Won disguised as a traveler arrives at a village where they say a ghost appears to examine the details. Finally he is in the disguise of a resented spirit because of broken engagement and goes to the abandoned house where he discloses that Lee, a scholar, and his daughter In-Yeon murder the chief of the village Kim's whole family. Also he tells official circles and people that ghost can not be existed in any circumstances.
Prior to his world title match, In-du dies in a car accident. When his spirit reaches the afterworld, they send him back to the real world because it's not his time yet. In-du is reborn as President Choi Mun-oh who was poisoned by the executive director Sam-ryong and his wife Chun-sim. When the resurrected President Choi suddenly starts to box, Sam-ryong believes that President Choi knows of his plotting and is trying to kill him.
Mi-Hye and Mi-Ran sisters get to inherit 100,000 dollars from their long lost father. The next day Mi-Hye's lover Baek Seung-Ji finds that Mi-Ran got killed, which makes him a suspect of the crime. To prove he is innocent, Seung-Ji investigates the murder. Soon it turns out that a band of North Korean agents including Dr. Kim, Mi-Ran and Mi-Hye planned to kidnap Seung-Ji who worked as a cipher officer in the military. The police arrest all the North Korean agents who were on the verge of kidnapping Seung-Ji.
A woman evil appears to a Japanese feudal lord Mori and kills his son and kidnaps his daughter. He follows the evil but the evil's trick leads his daughter to be killed. Wounded Mori meets a monk who saves him. During Toyotomi invasion long time ago, Mori turned down his staff's advice to attack Korean commanders and woman evil. His men and villagers leave town to avoid the evil. Mori kills his wife by mistake while he runs after that evil. As the monk who knows everything comes to him, Mori admits regretting his faults and leaves for Korea to make sacrifice.
In the northern Manchuria, Yun, a Korean is troubled by his son Ji-ryong's relationship with Geum-hwa, a Chinese maiden. His servant Il-chun and his wife gets Ji-ryong sent to Korea and they kill Geum-hwa. Then they frame Yun for the murder and blackmail. Ji-ryong comes back from Kaeseong to investigate Geum-hwa's death and her friend Yeon-chu helps him. But Il-chun and his wife are after Yoon and his fortune and they'll stop at nothing to get it. Yun and Ji-ryong's lives are in danger but at the last minute, Yeon-chu shows up and gets rid of Il-chun and his wife and Ji-ryong avenges Geum-hwa's death.
Seok-Bong, a lowly man, goes to Seoul to study, but in the end gives up his study. On his way back to his hometown he gets to know Ok-Yeo and makes love to her. Ok-Yeo gets disappointed to know her future spouse is Hwang Seok-Bong, a noble man, not that Seok-Bong she made love to. Hwang drives Seok-Bong away, getting to know Ok-Yeo's relationship with him. Seok-Bong dies on Ok-Yeo's wedding day. On her first night of marriage Ok-Yeo hears Seok-Bong's voice that says she should kill Hwang. Ok-Yeo, stabbing Hwang with a knife, falls over the precipice. Seok-Bong mother Hyeon was laughing crazily there.
A man dreams that his wife from a past life has returned to haunt him.
Nan-ja waves around a shaving knife in a blonde wig, black stockings and miniskirt when the sun goes down. Her aim is to slit the throats of men who have betrayed their women and made them cry. However, her true goal is to take revenge on Gil-soo, Jae-goo and Man-sik who made her mother bite down on bread while they raped her to death. Then one day, Nan-ja finds one of the men she's looking for through a heartbroken woman who was going to kill herself. Nan-ja kidnaps him and drags him to the basement of her hideout where she makes him play the trumpet. Nan-ja dances to the sound of the trumpet until she slits his throat and watch the blood spurt out from the trumpet. Her revenge has begun.
One night in Taipei, a female factory worker is killed on her way home. Koh Kang-young, the lead detective, concludes that she was killed by a poisonous snake from the bite marks left on the victim's neck. Reporter Lee Ok-jung rebuts his theory in her article. Through this incident, Detective Koh and Ok-jung meet frequently and they become friends. Afterwards, two more women are killed in the same manner. It is revealed that Ok-jung can't account for her whereabouts for each murder. When another murder is committed, Detective Koh finds out the truth about Ok-jung. When Ok-jung was three, a unique snake bit her. Therefore, she kills people by biting them like a poisonous snake.
Jeon Woi-ja, the wizard, uses evil spirits to serve his selfish desires. He opposes the Gang-si (frozen corpse) training center, Bubekjang Center, which educates wandering spirits and sends them away. Woi-ja picks the most evil corpses and sends them to the center in hopes of ruining it but without success. When his evil amulets fails to work he chants the eight signs of divination in hopes of getting rid of the gang-sis. But the gang-sis band together to fight Woi-ja and succeeds in reforming him and guiding him to a better path.
Governor Heo, worried over the plague that's sweeping the country, rebukes the Kus who make amulets to ward off evil. Heo castrates the husband when he makes superstitious claims and takes the wife as his mistress. Heo continues to be tormented by hallucinations and nightmares and begins to blame it on the Kus' curse. He kills the couple at their reunion and unable to ward off his bad karma, dies from leprosy.
Hye-ryeon suddenly loses her parents and stays in the Black Rose Castle alone. One day, she says the castle is haunted and asks for help to friend Ji-suk. Ji-suk goes to the castle with boyfriend Yeong-uk, a newspaper reporter. Just as Hye-ryeon has said, they see a ghost, but Yeong-uk feels that someone is playing a prank. He waits for the ghost in the woods, and when it finally appears, Yeong-uk fights it off. The ghost misses a step and falls off a cliff. It turns out Hye-ryeon has been suffering from a mental disease and has been playing as a ghost.
A fox and a raccoon are thrown out of heaven for their sins and land in Young-gu's village. The fox and the raccoon fight viciously all night because only one of them can return to heaven alive. But the raccoon is outwitted by the fox and is injured severely. The raccoon, now transformed into a pretty young woman, is found unconscious in front of Young-gu's house. Young-gu's parents take her in as Young-gu's bride. But the fox has turned into a Hong Kong Granny Ghost and is killing children to drink their blood and eating their livers. Young-gu and the raccoon team up to fight the fox and the fox finally is killed when a lightening strikes its tail s only weak point. The raccoon bids farewell to Young-gu and ascends to heaven on a rope.
In-chul, a scholar of botany, is climbing a mountain for some research when he meets Jin-suk who lives in a forest cottage. At the request of Jin-suk's father, Sang-do, In-chul stays and lives with them. One day, a snake catcher falls under the temptation of Sang-do and is used as a body for dissection. While probing dubious action of Sang-do, In-chul is captured and locked in the basement. He is to become the subject of a live dissection. In-chul had been suspicious of their behavior and investigating when he was caught. In-chul is lying on a surgery table when he escapes with the help of a young hiker and Jin-suk. Sang-do confesses that he had been suffering from nightmares ever since he was dragged off by the Japanese and forced to perform live dissections. These nightmares have made Sang-do a murderer. After his confession, Sang-do kills himself. In-chul and Jin-suk leave the cottage.
Two thousand and nine hundred years ago, Buddha is deeply touched by Mongryeon's love for his parents. Lady Cheongche falls to hell because she betrayed her husband. Buddha saves her and helps her go to heaven.
Based on the reincarnation theory of Buddhism, Heo Sun rescued a little white snake. Afterwards, a thousand-year-old white snake comes out to watch the May Festival when he discovers Heo Sun living in poverty. In order to thank him, the white snake takes the form of the maiden, Baek-ryang, and marries him, making a wealthy life for them. One day, the spiritual Buddhist priest Mo-san tells Heo Sun that Baek-ryang is a ghost. He tells him how to get rid of the woman but when he finds out that Baek-ryang is pregnant, he decides to wait a year. On the baby's 100th day celebration, Baek-ryang is buried in the gourd that Mo-san has made and she is unable to do any more magic.
There is a cloud over Sajasu Wedding Hall. There have been several incidents back to back where the newlyweds married at the wedding hall were accidentally killed within 24 hours of getting married. In order to regain business, Ju Byung-wu, the owner, enlists newlyweds by promising them money. As the bridegroom, there is the gangster Kang Eun-dal. The bride is Kwon Young-ja, who has worked in various coffee shops and red district shops. The two get married. As they live past 24 hours, a rush of interviews and bookings flow in. Eun-dal and Young-ja skyrocket into becoming society's stars. However, they realize that their actions are meaningless so they return to the way they were.