Oh My Ghostess



I’ll be honest, this show never really interested into watching it, but my best friend (Natalia from Soju Nights) kept telling me to watch it. So I did and I was underwhelmed.

The story follows Na Bong Sun (Park Bo Young), a promising up-and-coming chef, who has a huge crush on her boss, Kang Sun Woo (Cho Jung Seok).  She works as a very timid assistant chef at the restaurant until one day she is possessed by Shin Seon Ae (Kim Seul Gi), a virgin ghost who is hell-bent on resolving her virgin grudge. She makes a deal with Bong Sun and tells her that she’ll get her closer to Chef is she can use her body to seduce him.

I will say that I couldn’t connect to the femal leads. I did, however, love the fact that I got to see Lim Ju Hwan in a different type of role. I got to know him in Uncontrollably Fond where I feel like most of the time he looked like someone just kicked his puppy, until the very end.

Over all, I didn’t really feel the cemistry. Cho Jung Seok and Lim Ju Hwan acting was superb, but I wish I liked the femal leads more. I will like to Natalia’s review to give you a more positive view. I feel like it could be someone’s favorite show, but it just wasn’t for me.

Soju Nights : Oh My Ghostess – A Love Triangle With Yourself


Splash Splash Love



Girl falls through time, ends up in the Joseon period, is mistaken for a man and falls in love with the emperor, well that sounds like an awesome show. This show is quite ridiculous but I love it. Jang Dan Bi (Kim Seul Gi) is a high school senior who runs away the day of her SAT exam to the Joseon period. She appears while there is a draught happening and King Lee Do (Yoon Doo Joon) becomes intrigued due to her knowledge of science.

This is a really cute drama that only lasts for 10 episodes with a  total run time of a little more than 2 hours. If you want a cute little drama filled with comedy this is the show for you. Also, Doo Joon is very handsome both in and out of his Joseon outfit.