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Creepy Korean Tales

This is the season for scary folk tales. I love hearing about scary myths or fables. This card is a dedicated to random scary tales. WARNING DON'T CONTINUE IF YOU CAN'T HANDLE SCARY MATERIAL!!
I found this article from Koreaboo that shared a few Korean scary tales.
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Korean Scary Movie...The Story of Two Sisters
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@OrchidWonder yes ahaha
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@OrchidWonder looook man you love this
@StarBabes read them there cool......show them to angie
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