Do you know why it's hard to say goodbye? Because we afraid if our memories might not be able to remember them, rightly. The fact is, goodbye means good. No matter how hard.
~Aurora Esterlia

Oh My Ghostess (2015): Mid-Season Review

It's already at mid-season and it's marvelous. They have amazing ensemble cast and they put no one left behind. What interesting in this drama is the story plot, I have no idea what's this all about because it's started with very generic drama with generic characters, until later the director and how the writer keep gives you bits by bits of heart-warming scenes and scenarios including the thrill. And, the thrill amazingly presented by Lim Ju-Hwan. He has impeccable acting as the wild card character. Both Park Bo-Young and Kim Seul-Gi are very attractive. I can see how Kim Seul-Gi had less shots on screen than Park Bo-Young, but when her screen came up, we adore her. Park Bo-Young gave us what's the call as A-list celebrity, she is professionally the best. Also, the supporting characters in this drama are really important to build the moods in every episode, and in my opinion, it shows the skills of people behind the curtains, they are so talented. The last is Cho Jung-Seok, all I want is nothing more but his happiness. He is full of surprises. I love him.
What really matters now, how the season will go and end? Lots of K-dramas in 2015 were very well-written and well-directed, even hypnotically enchanted but they always end up like broken-wings for their last episodes turn gone too slow and too obvious. I hope not for this one drama. I hope for the director and the writer: BREAK A LEG! :)


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