Oh My Ghostess

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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

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Otaku Talks Drama – Let’s Fight Ghost Podcast

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So Another recap finished and another Podcast. This time, it is a little different because we not only talking about Let’s Fight Ghost but also Oh My Ghost. We compare and contrast the two shows and talk about what we liked and disliked about each. Like always, our opinion’s differ. Click the image below to be brought to the podcast for a listen.


Let’s Fight Ghost Recap Table of Content
Let’s Fight Ghost -REVIEW-