Three stories from Korean folklore about family with terrible frog sons, angry imps beating guys with sticks until their arms get tired, and a mayor who just doesn't know when to quit.

The creature is the Leanhaum-Shee, and if someone wants to set you up on a date with an invisible person...maybe pass. And also run away as quickly as possible.




"Pitho Magnus" by Blue Dot Sessions

"Elegant Weasel" by Blue Dot Sessions

"It Must Be" by Michele Nobler

"Why" by bzur


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Whoo boy. Welp. To start, an evil stepmother frames one of her hated stepdaughters by making it look like she had a miscarriage and was unchaste (double spoiler: it's a skinned rat). The girl's half-brother follows her out into the forest and drowns her before getting his own arm torn off by a tiger. The girl's younger sister drowns herself in anguish. It's...a lot. But it does end up in a good place. Mostly.