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Bongcheon-Dong GhostBongcheon-Dong(봉천동 귀신), as it is written in the Naver.com website but mostly known and misspelled as Bong Chong Dong Ghost, is a Korean web comic of a dead lady with a bleeding face and red eyes. Bongcheon-Dong is also statutory division of Gwanak District, Seoul, South Korea. Actually, the name of the story it's because it happened in a apartment complex in this district. Its name, Bongcheon-Dong means enshrining heaven, which is kind of ironic.
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The comic is about a true story that happened in South Korea.
A high school student girl was walking home alone at 11 pm after her night study sessions. Suddenly she noticed a weird looking woman walking on the streets. There was no one at the streets except those cited above. It was described by the schoolgirl with this quotation "She was wearing dirty pajamas and looked as if all her joints in her body had been twisted. Worse, her hair was a mess and sticking out to everywhere."
After the "I felt like I shouldn't get any closer to her..." there'll be the first screamer, she twisted her head 90º with a creepy face. After that, the ghost asked "Where's my baby?" and the girl pointed to a random direction, then the ghost followed her and went to where she was pointing. Knowing the ghost was fooled, the girl started going to the opposite direction, then the ghost screamed, "She's not here!" and ran towards the screen.
The comic is about a true story that happened in South Korea. As Horang says: "In 2007 [...], a 33-year-old women jumped off her apartment and died on the spot. Known as sir name Cho, a divorcee due to her extra- marital affair, she had lost her custody of her 2 -year-old daughter and decided to commit suicide."
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