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I like So Ji Sub and Shin Min Ah, but I lost interest in this series at around episode 11. I can see how the rapport between the two leads is enough to sustain some fans for 16 episodes. They seem like a real couple worth befriending. However, when their banter gets old, nothing else really holds this show together. I guess I was not particularly interested in the heroine's struggles with weight loss or the hero's issues with his health and family.
I'm so happy this has been added to DramaFever's collection. I won't wax on about a film that speaks for itself. You're in for a potentially moving experience if you give it a chance.
Although the plot meanders a bit in the middle, Oh My Ghostess is a fun show overall, with a mixture of the best elements from series like Pasta and The Master’s Sun. Half cooking comedy, half supernatural mystery, this unique, unpredictable drama is alternately amusing, thrilling, and sad. The characters are memorable and well-cast, from the chef fraternity to the eccentric shaman. While the show does occasionally test one’s tolerance for obnoxious behavior (the virgin ghost’s cloying attempts at seduction grow tiring), Oh My Ghostess is compulsively watchable. Jo Jung Suk is so likable and human that it’s easy to forget he’s acting. He and Park Bo Young are cute together, while Kim Seul Gi is sympathetic as the ghost.