South Korean sales company Mirovision has clinched thelargest ever pre-sale for a Korean film with the Buena Vista-financed horrortitle Bunshinsaba - Ouija Board.

Distributor Happinet Pictures bought Japanese rightsto the film for a $3m minimum guarantee, which ranks among the highest figuresever paid for a Korean film.

OuijaBoard is the second Korean title after The Phone to be fully financed and distributed by Buena VistaInternational's Korean division.

OuijaBoard stars actress Kim Gyu-ri in a story about a trio ofostracised high school girls who put death curses on their classmates.