The sisters in the Hyeonak family wander through Hades as cursed ghosts as a
shment for breaking the sacred Jamyeonggo (type of drum), a gift from the
The only way that they clear their sin and go to heaven is to create music
move the gods of earth and heaven.
However, the sisters feel
more and more discouraged as their music fails to get even
50 points out of the
100 required for their entry to heaven. One day, a man comes
to the haunted
house of the Hyeonak family. The man, who is actually Semachi from
family, captivates the ghost sisters with his drum performance, but
seems to vanish. The sisters became convinced that his drumming is
they need to get the full 100 points from the gods and be freed from
curse. They forced Wu, the youngest of the family, to work in the garage run
Semachi’s family. Even though Wu only goes to get away from her sisters’
ng, she begins to realize that she might have feelings for Semachi,
tely unrelated to her sisters’ plot.
Does Wu’s love bear
fruit? And can the Hyeonak sisters clear the curse? The perfor-
plotline combines the traditional ‘Jamyeonggo’ tale of Korea
with the timeless
tale of Romeo and Juliet into one amazing performance.