Oh My Ghostess

Oh My Ghostess

Other name: Oh Naui Gwishinnim; 오 나의 귀신님

Channel: tvN

Status: Completed

Released: 2015

Plot Summary:

Na Bong-Sun (Park Bo-Young) works as a sous 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 (Cho Jung-Seok) 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.

Articles for "Oh My Ghostess"

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 16 (Final)

    There’s something nice about a finale that’s all about saying goodbye, since it gives us the chance to send our characters off with proper farewells, where they get to express what they mean to each other and how they’ve grown. Oh My Ghostess certainly had its share of missteps along the way, but the finale brings it back around to character moments, and doesn’t scrimp on the heart that made us love it in the first place.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 13

    Ah, there’s lots of hurt feelings and confusion in the wake of last week’s big turn, but also a gradual clarity that emerges from the emotional morass.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 12

    It’s a wonderful episode for emotional growth and forward movement, which perks up my interest just when I was fearing the show was heading into murky waters.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 11

    Either it’s opposite day, or all our characters are undergoing some big changes.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 10

    Love is in the air, but along with all of the giddy highs of romance comes a new set of complications for our lovebirds—namely that there are technically three birds in this nest.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 9

    …and we’re back to our regularly scheduled programming! Thanks for being patient while we got recaps out, since our KCON weekend took a huge chunk out of the recapping schedule.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 8

    I’m such a fool for this show right now.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 7

    I love it I love it I love it. I was thoroughly enjoying this show already, but today’s episode takes everything to that perfect place—perfect in its balance of funny ...

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 6

    Snap, crackle, and pop. Well our ghostess sure doesn’t waste any time. At this point, we’d be disappointed if she did, right?

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 5

    Bong-sun’s back! It’s great to have our heroine back in her body, even if her brain is still a few weeks behind and struggling to make sense of all the crazy she’s now in the middle of.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 4

    How can any creature, ghost or human, be so cute? The shenanigans really take off in this episode between our leads, to pretty uproarious effect.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 3

    Oh my goodness, this drama is too freaking cute.

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 2

    The second episode really brings the comedy into play, now that our wallflower heroine has been taken over by a ghostly ...

  • Oh My Ghostess: Episode 1

    Ha! The first episode of Oh My Ghostess is mostly setup, and since a lot of the setup was previously provided to us in the promo rounds, ...

  • Park Bo-young wooed by Savvy producers for Oh My Ghostess

    Park Bo-young hasn’t done a drama in yeaaaars—she’s been cultivating a thriving film career instead, with projects like Werewolf Boy, ...

  • Jo Jung-seok, Park Bo-young couple up for Oh My Ghostess

    What an adorable pairing: Park Bo-young (Hot-Blooded Youth) is indeed taking on the new tvN drama Oh My Ghostess, and joining her is Jo Jung-seok (You’re the Best, Lee Soon-shin). Woohoo! I love them both separately, and I’m sure I’ll love them together, so this has me very excited.

  • Kim Seul-gi joins Oh My Ghostess as lusty virgin ghost

    What a perfect fit. If I had to cast a lustful virgin ghost to go around possessing unsuspecting drama heroines and turning them boy-crazy, I’d definitely put Kim Seul-gi at the top of that list.

  • The ghost-possession begins in tvN’s Oh My Ghostess

    Finally, some stills from Oh My Ghostess, plus a video clip from the show’s script reading.