Director: Yoo Je-won
Writer: Yang Hee-seung, Yang Seo-yoon
Stars: Park Bo-young, Jo Jung-suk, Lim Ju-hwan, Kim Seul-gie
Na Bong-Sun works as an assistant chef. Because of her timid personality and low self-esteem, she doesn’t have any friends. Since she was a child, she has been able to ghosts because of her shaman grandmother. One day, she becomes possessed by seductress ghost Shin Soon-Ae.
Kang Sun-Woo is a star chef. Na Bong-Sun has a secret crush on him. He is good looking and confident as a chef. Even though he is popular with women, he has yet to get over his ex-girlfriend. He begins to notice Na Bong-Sun after her sudden change.
Oh My Ghost is more of a drama than comedy. However, I had fun watching it because of the cooking. I’ve always wanted to learn how to cook good so watching features about food is always a go for me. Aside from that, I enjoyed watching this one because it renders a “realistic” feel. Yeah, it’s a fantasy, but how the characters were portrayed and how the scenes (the employees go drinking every night after work, they constantly badmouth their boss but they don’t leave work, etc). Somehow, I was able to relate to them.
There are also a lot of funny quips.