Believe in ghosts or not, these places in South Korea will definitely make you want to pee in your pants when you visit them. Do not visit alone. Ready? These are the six scary places in South Korea. The Independent Gate is an innocent looking monument that is filled with ghosts and stories relating to darkness ever since it was built. It was erected to mark Korea’s Independence. The gate is haunted with phantoms that are on the lookout for any Korean with long curls. These spirits reportedly cut off the hair on any Korean who walks through. Cutting the hair of the head is a huge insult to Koreans. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Neulbom Garden Restaurant
Numerous sounds are coming from this restaurant, what many do not know is that the restaurant has been abandoned for a long time. It is said that the owners of the restaurant committed suicide after their only daughter died in an accident. The restaurant was sold to a new owner; the staff reported activities that could only be synonymous to activities of Poltergeists. The new owner went mentally deranged, and the eatery was shut down. Neighbors still report hearing the sounds of washed dishes and doors slamming. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The Yeongdeok House is not a property to be messed with. It is said that the house was built on the gravesite of soldiers that lost their lives during the Korean War. Neighbors have reported screams of young men pleading for help. The original owner of the house perished in an accident, ever since then, subsequent owners of the house have died in accidents. Most people who visit the home and hear nothing get to their houses and start hearing strange sounds. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The amusement park is located in the North Eastern part of Seoul, and it has been in disuse for some time. A young girl reportedly died after embarking on a ride that was poorly constructed. The ghost of the girl has haunted the park. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Jeju Island is popularly referred to as the paradise island of Korea. Unbeknownst to many, this island has a very dark past. The Korean government embarked on a movement to end the communist movement at Jeju Island, in the mid-20th century. The movement called ‘Jeju Uprising” led to the death of about 10% of the island’s population. Residents who survived the violent campaign have reported ghost sightings. These phantoms still wander the area and have not found rest since their demise. The island is also haunted by Korean water ghost called the ‘mul gwishin.’ Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Gonjiam Psychiatric Hospital
The abandoned hospital is located at the Gyeonggi-do district was totally sealed off after some bizarre stuff started happening in the late nineties. Inhumane experiments were carried out on the patients at the psychiatric facility. The hospital’s head fled to the United States. The investigators that were hired to look into the case found so many dead patients. Their cause of death could not be ascertained. The hospital beds, medical equipment, and furniture were all intact. This is one of the most visited sites by Ghost hunters in South Korea. Even individuals who doubt the existence of ghosts have been chilled to their bones when they entered the facility.