Oh My Ghostess is turning out to be such a delightful watch for me. And what makes it all the more awesome is the fact that it’s laced with fabulous actors and chemistry. I can’t get enough of Jo Jung Suk’s expressions that go through a wide range while Park Bo Young is such a cute actress, with so much confidence in her acting. This pair Continue reading
The main thing which is revolving in every body’s mind after watching this week’s episodes of Oh My Ghostess is of course the mystery behind Soon Ae’s sudden coming out of Bong Sun’s body. But I’ll talk about that later. Let’s dissect other things first! Continue reading
There is so much dichotomy regarding my feelings towards Oh My Ghostess. On one side, I’m loving its low-key, funny, enigmatic approach with respect to its various characters and plots. On the other hand, I’m so much sad about not giving any chance to poor Bong Sun to develop her relationship with our hero Sun Woo. I think I might have to change my lens going forward as far as what I want as my main couple. It looks more and more like it’s a love story between Sun Woo and ghost Soon Ae, which is evident from the title as well. I would have rooted for them but there should be fair Continue reading
Yes, yes, yes! Finally my girl is back!
In my first impressions post, I mentioned that my biggest concern is that Soon Ae would be trapped inside Bong Soon for longer than necessary and then we would not get to see Bong Soon and her character and life. Not to mention, the drama would then pitch the main pair as Sun Woo and Soon Ae, which was not I signed up for. So it’s a HUGE sigh of relief that finally we got our girl back! I don’t know how, maybe when the body is weak and sick, the spirit can interchange. Well, I guess we’ll see the rules moving forward. Continue reading
Oh My Ghostess had a wonderful start last week. I really liked the way it gave us some surprise in terms of its tone — I expected it to be wacky, funny in a vibrant, slapstick way and zippy. But what I got was a moody, poignant, unhurried touch, along with funny moments that made me smile as well as laugh. Another thing i found surprising and interesting was the fact that the main story is more about the ghost than the main heroine’s character but more on that later. Continue reading