GenreComedy Music directorTae-seong Kim CountrySouth Korea
Release dateOctober 3, 2012 (2012-10-03) Initial releaseOctober 3, 2012 (South Korea) ScreenplayJin-hee Ji, Kwon Seong-hwi CastLee Je-hoon (Suk-hyun), Kang Ye-won (Chan-young), Kim Yoon-hye (Seung-hee), Kim Su-ro (Teacher Park), Kwak Do-won (Monk Shim-in) Similar moviesShin Jeong-won directed Ghost Sweepers and Sisil-li 2 kilometer
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Ghost Sweepers (Hangul: 점쟁이들; RR: Jeomjaengyideul; MR: Chŏmjaengidŭl; also known as The Fortune Tellers) is a 2012 South Korean comedy horror film about a group of shamans from across the nation who gather together for a grand exorcism at a small village notorious for dark spirits, as a young journalist gets sent to cover the story.
The village of Uljinri has been plagued by evil for decades. When mysterious accidents and events keep happening without avail, shamans from all over the country gather to hold a shaman ritual, and Chan-young, a young newspaper reporter is sent to cover the story.
The group of shamans begins their grand ritual, but with the strange eerie force that dominates the entire village and repeated attacks by the spirits, most of the shamans run for their lives. Only the five best shamans remain: Teacher Park, the most famous "star fortune teller" who gets paid for performing exorcisms around the country; Monk Shim-in, who studied with him under the same master but is now telling sundry couple's fortunes around old Tabgol Park; Suk-hyun who has a doctorate in engineering and makes all kinds of demon-chasing equipment; a boy named Wol-kwang, who has the power to see into the near future; and Seung-hee who is skilled at tarot cards and can see the memories stored in all objects. Along with Chan-young, the six begin to explore the dark secrets of the village while preparing for the biggest battle against the evil forces.