Behind Yeon-Suhr's Drone Summary

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Behind YEON-SUH’S BROTHER who is carrying GRANDFATHER’s portrait, MOTHER, FATHER, and YEON-SUH are following. Although the sound of the BIER CARRIER is sorrowful, the faces of the family do not look that mournful.

In a small and rural village, a DRONE (with first person point of view) flies around, and it stops above an estranged pension. After staring at it for a while, it turns back and flies away back to a farmhouse. Inside the farmhouse, KIM BUM (19) catches his drone. On the wall, a small projector is projecting what the drone has been recording. When BUM’S FATHER arrives at home, Bum just pretends to be asleep.

That night, Bum is operating his drone to look around the pension again. Bum spots something on the second floor of the pension, which is Yeon-suh’s bedroom, and tries to go closer. However, his father takes off the goggle and forces him to stop using his drone. Off to the broken goggle, Bum curses and runs to the pension. After he regains his broken drone back from the pension, he checks the video feed and sees a vague silhouette of a human figure.
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Next to her, MIOK (18) is searching about a club that explores haunted houses. We cut to Nakyung and Miok standing in front of an abandoned house at night with other explorers. When they are inside the house, AH-IN (18) suddenly appears from dark and warns them to leave the house right away. Miok tells Ah-in that Nakyung is still inside, so Ah-in goes back into the house to search for her. When Ah-in spots Nakyung, she recognizes her. Ah-in warns her to walk to the door without looking back, because there is a strong evil spirit behind her. Nakyung seems skeptical about all these spiritual things, but listens to

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