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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. If you think you’ve seen the extent of our lusty ghostess’s bawdy ways, you’d be mistaken—when she sets her sights on something (or someone) she wants, she’s like a dog with a bone. A tiny, adorable puppy with relentless energy and a one-track mind.

 
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EPISODE 4 RECAP

Chef Sun-woo nervously grabs a flashlight to head downstairs after hearing a loud clang, muttering to himself that there’s no such thing as ghosts. Soon-ae narrowly avoids being found out even when he accidentally steps on her hand, but then as soon as he turns around to go, she crawls out from under a table and he whirls around. Caught.

Soon-ae explains her current living situation—that she’s homeless and broke—with extra-sad puppy eyes for sympathy. She insists that she was only going to sleep here for one night and she has no friends and no other options, naming Seoul Station as her next stop if she can’t stay the night at the restaurant.

He tells her to go to a motel then, and she cries, “You have to go there with a man! What fun is going alone?” He fumbles for a response but can only gape at her. She starts to wear him down with her adorable aegyo-poking, and pleads for him to let her stay. He cracks a smile…

Cut to: Soon-ae standing in the street with all her belongings, scowling that he kicked her out for using some aegyo on him. HA. (But seriously, you couldn’t let her sleep over one night?)

She eeny-meeny-miny-moes her way down the street, pausing in front of Dad’s restaurant with a sigh. He’s drinking alone again, but she can’t very well barge in there like this, and continues on her way.

She ends up at a jjimjilbang, and one look around at all the men makes her clap in excitement over making the right choice. She rolls right over next to the first guy she sees, spooning him blissfully as she decides that the jjimjilbang is a wonderful place. The guy mistakes Soon-ae for his girlfriend, who stomps over and takes her boyfriend back.

A commotion grabs her interest and Soon-ae joins a crowd of onlookers who are all aghast at a young woman who’s currently making her way through a second crate of hardboiled eggs. Soon-ae smirks as soon as she sees her, and the egg girl glares right back. Soon-ae crooks her finger for her to follow, and a ghost suddenly separates herself from egg girl.

It’s the ghost from the funeral who was bad-mouthing Soon-ae for possessing unassuming women, and Soon-ae points out her hypocrisy. The ghost complains that funeral meals are too few these days, and the ghost population is only increasing.

She’s sympathetic when Soon-ae tells her about being trapped in Bong-sun’s body, and the ghost worries when Soon-ae says it’s not all that bad getting to live like a person: What if she gets used to it and wants to stay forever?

Soon-ae knows she can’t—once her three years are up, she’ll turn into a malevolent ghost. She knows it’s a long shot to find that rare man whose energy can withstand hers, figuring she’s doomed. The ghost girl warns her not to think of malevolent ghosts lightly, since they’re the ones possessing innocent people and causing all of society’s ills.

Soon-ae gets so animated in her discussion with the ghost girl that it catches the attention of nosy ajummas, who assume she’s a crazy person for talking out loud to herself. So then she’s kicked out of the jjimjilbang too, and lugs all of her belongings back out to the street.

Officer Sung-jae runs into her and they have instant ramyun together at the convenience store, which he confesses is his secret habit because his wife Eun-hee doesn’t let him eat ramyun. Soon-ae sighs that they must be very much in love, and Sung-jae sort of awkwardly says it must be true. Hm, are you just embarrassed, or not in love?

She asks how they got together and who chased whom first, and Sung-jae notes that she seems very interested in him and his wife, before answering that he chased Eun-hee. Soon-ae says wistfully that if he’s happy, that’s all that matters, and Sung-jae reaches over to smooth her mussed up hair. Er… I don’t think you should be doing that?

Soon-ae swoons on the inside and says to herself that she’ll never clear her heart of him if he keeps being so sweet.

Eun-hee turns on music at the restaurant and gets lost in memories of being a ballet dancer, and is a little taken aback when Soon-ae comes to work and launches into a mini-tirade about how ramyun is food too.

Sous chef Min-soo is still hungover from last night and balks when Soon-ae arrives late and glosses over it by calling him oppa. She reminds him that calling him oppa was his idea, but he argues that he’d never do that because he doesn’t like her, and people shouldn’t be held to what they say when drunk.

Sun-woo comes down to the kitchen and is met with an icy stare from Soon-ae, which he tries to ignore repeatedly. He sees Eun-hee smiling at pictures of her friend’s new baby, and asks gently if she wants children. She says of course she does, but figures that maybe she wants it too much for the heavens to allow it.

Sun-woo’s friend So-hyung calls him to the station to record a teaser for the show, and asks him to bring Bong-sun along. I love the way she pops up over the bar the second her name is mentioned.

So Sun-woo reluctantly takes her along to the station, and the whole way she points out how nice his car is and how she had to spend the whooooole night in a jjimjilbang. She brings up how everyone thinks that her rice soup on the show was his idea, and he tells her not to think she can blackmail him to stay at the restaurant.

So-hyung sits down with them before the shoot, and Soon-ae starts to notice the way Sun-woo is overly attentive to So-hyung, like kicking up a fuss when she gets a paper cut, or getting angry when her married sunbae starts overtly flirting with her.

The sunbae drops his car key while he’s there to chat, and Soon-ae watches as Sun-woo pockets the car key just to be petty. This oughta be good. On their way out after the shoot, the sunbae comes running back looking for his key, and Sun-woo says nothing.

So-hyung insists on eating together and sends them ahead while she wraps up work, and Soon-ae gets her chance to call Sun-woo out on his very obvious crush. She enjoys teasing, “You liiiiiiike her!”

He grumps and sends her home, so she gets up to leave and then dives into his pockets to fish out the sunbae’s car key. She sing-songs, “Whose could this be~?” and says that she saw him steal it earlier. He’s mortified and tries to take it back, but she points out that it’s not really his, and besides—the important point is that she saw him enact his petty romantic revenge.

She offers a trade: She keeps his thievery a secret, and he lets her sleep at the restaurant. Hehehehe. I love this upside-down dynamic so much. So-hyung arrives, so all Sun-woo can do is squirm as Soon-ae asks after the sunbae (who had to call a locksmith), and wonders if maybe someone stole the key on purpose. So-hyung: “Who would do something so immature?” Soon-ae: “Right? That’s immature? That’s SO immature!”

She makes a big show of digging something out of her pocket and fakes him out with a gum wrapper, and when she reaches in a second time, he makes excuses so they can both go to the bathroom.

He drags her into the corner and says he’ll just admit to taking the key, but Soon-ae points out how weird he’d look for keeping it until now. He’s trapped and he knows it, and it looks like it physically pains him to cave. He agrees to let her stay at the restaurant just until she finds someplace new, and she beams.

She chatters away as they arrive home, asking how long Sun-woo has liked the pretty PD unni and why he hasn’t confessed. She says it doesn’t matter that she’s been married once as long as his feelings are sure, and says in her characteristic way that saving your heart only turns it to poop. He barks at her to zip it, and she sticks her tongue out behind his back.

Sun-woo stomps around his room in a huff, while Soon-ae blasts music downstairs and starts making a late-night snack. She makes fried rice and brings him up a plate, ignoring his complaints about not eating rice.

She peers around his room curiously and is surprised to hear a dog barking outside, and asks exactly why he doesn’t eat rice—did he eat it once and have really bad indigestion? He doesn’t answer, but she just leaves the plate there and tells him to whatever he wants with it.

He watches her go and decides that she isn’t normal. He’s even more confused when he thinks back to how meek Bong-sun used to be, and how she couldn’t even look him in eye. And now she’s arguing back, and being playful, and even blackmailing him. He wonders aloud, “How can a person change that much all of a sudden? It’s a mystery.”

He seems curious about how it tastes but ends up feeding it to the dog, and sighs that today has been one really long day.

Soon-ae has a dream in which she’s drowning and screaming for help, but she just sinks further and further to the bottom. Agh, is that how she died? She wakes up gasping for air, to Sun-woo trying to stir her awake. He warns her to hurry up before the others arrive and get the wrong idea.

The other chefs walk in and marvel at her early arrival, then notice that she’s still wearing the same clothes from yesterday. Sun-woo quickly interrupts before they can interrogate her about it, and mutters at her quietly to be more careful.

To his exasperation, Soon-ae just enjoys the thrill and chirps, “Because it’s our little secret?” She cartoon-creeps away like the Pink Panther, and he grabs his head from the stress of it all. Hee.

Min-soo forgot to get leeks for the special of the day, and Sun-woo rips into him for thinking he could just substitute green onions. He calls for Bong-sun, who runs up and asks if he wants to talk in private, “Like about secret stuff?” He refuses to acknowledge that and tells Min-soo to send her to buy leeks.

She runs into Dad while he’s out buying produce too, and points out that he’s buying the wrong kind of sprouts for soup. He thanks her, and she starts in on a whole passive-aggressive, “Well I don’t want to be a burden… I could help you carry those, but I don’t want to be burdensome…” all the way to his restaurant.

Dad laughs and apologizes for ever saying that to her, since it clearly hurt her feelings. He says that she’s a grudge-holder like his daughter was, remembering that she once got really mad at him for not letting her go get a perm because they were busy. He sighs that he should’ve let her.

He apologizes and says that he seems to keep talking about his daughter around Bong-sun. She asks if he’s still drinking a lot these days, and decides that she’ll have to be his drinking buddy. She makes him pinky-swear that he won’t drink without her, and Dad smiles warmly.

Little Bro Kyung-mo runs into Soon-ae on her way out and warns her that she’s got it all wrong if she thinks his father is rich, and Soon-ae snaps at him to stop speaking banmal to her if he doesn’t want to die. Kyung-mo doesn’t get why she’d be hanging around then, and it dawns on him that it must be because she likes him, and worries about breaking her heart. Pfffft.

Sun-woo has been feeling a cold coming on for the last day, and it finally catches up to him during the lunch rush. He drags his feet about leaving the kitchen and crawls into bed, and when So-hyung calls to tell him about their next shoot being delayed, he perks up a little.

She asks if he’s really sick and if she should bring him some porridge, and he actually asks if she can. But she says she can’t because she’s buried in the editing room, and he quickly says he’s not all that sick.

Soon-ae returns after the restaurant closes to head to sleep, and shakes off any worry over Sun-woo’s condition because he doesn’t deserve it. But that lasts about a second, and soon she’s carrying a tray of porridge up to his room.

She tries to wake him by talking to him in banmal, and then notices that he’s sweating and looking pretty bad. She rouses him to get up and eat just a little, and he finally opens his eyes, only he sees So-hyung there telling him to eat up and call her if he needs anything.

He reaches out and grabs her by the arm to pull her hand to his forehead, and when she asks if she should get a wet towel, he reaches up to cup her face and pulls her down for a kiss. Omo.

Soon-ae flails in surprise, not knowing what to do, but then she starts to kiss him back and gets really into it. Soon they’re making out, and outside the dog starts to bark incessantly. Do you see ghosts, Dog?

Sun-woo opens his eyes mid-kiss and finally sees that it’s Bong-sun he’s kissing, and scurries away from her in fright. He asks how she got in here, and she tells him that she came with porridge and he’s the one who suddenly grabbed her and started with the kissing.

He realizes his mistake, and all he can think to do is to kick her out, so he basically pushes her out the door. It belatedly dawns on Soon-ae that she just kissed a guy and he survived, and she whirls around in shock.

Sun-woo is kicking himself, and Soon-ae comes back to ask if he’s okay, and if he isn’t experiencing a rapid heartbeat or shortness of breath. Ha, she’s actually asking after his physical condition, though it sounds like she’s checking for fluttery feelings. He shoves her out the door again, and she jumps around over his shoulder excitedly.

Soon-ae goes tearing down the street for the jjimjilbang to find her ghost friend and asks her opinion. The ghost girl agrees that she’s found a man who can withstand her ghostly energy, and Soon-ae leaps in celebration that she can finally release her ghost-grudge and move on. Of course this makes her look like a crazy person all over again, since she’s jumping in circles all by herself.

Soon-ae can think of nothing else but getting laid (well, more than usual), and just spends the morning staring dreamily at Sun-woo. Min-soo notes that Chef is all better, and teases him about something good happening overnight. Sun-woo overreacts and shouts that nothing happened.

Once the other boys are sent outside to haul the morning delivery in, Soon-ae sidles up to Sun-woo and stands right under him, looking up expectantly. He mutters an apology for his cold-medicine-induced haze last night and says nothing will change between them, while she just nods and angles for another kiss the whole time.

She follows him up to his room while he’s changing and actually stops him from getting dressed, until they topple onto his bed with her on top. He asks if she’s gone crazy, and she says it’s better for him to think of it that way, and asks for just one favor: “Just once. Let’s just do it once.” Pwahaha.

Thunder claps overhead and rain starts to pour, and Sun-woo finally answers, “W-what?” She says it’s what he’s thinking of: “You’re an adult, and she’s—er, I’m—and adult…” He declares that she’s insane and needs to go to the hospital, and squirms free.

She chases him downstairs and continues to beg for just one time, promising that there needn’t be a second time and that she knows he has feelings for someone else. He’s totally gobsmacked by her behavior and asks if she has no pride and if she’s always been like this. She swears that there’s no nefarious reason, and asks if he won’t just think of it like giving her a gift. LOL.

The others see her hanging off of him and begging, “Just once, just once,” day and night, and wonder what it is that she’s asking for. She really does chase him all day long, and he’s literally tripping all over himself trying to keep her at bay.

At night she makes him a snack and casually lies down on his bed, so he wraps her up in his blanket like a burrito and carries her downstairs. She tries to sneak in from the rooftop but gets caught by the dog, and Sun-woo gives the dog a proud thumbs-up.

He turns the lights off and finally goes to bed, and isn’t even surprised when Soon-ae pops up under his covers to snuggle. He gives up and tells her to sleep here then, and gets up to go sleep elsewhere.

He runs away to Mom’s house, and Mom is flabbergasted that he came here to sleep. Sung-jae and Eun-hee are just as surprised, and Mom decides she’ll have to go see a shaman about Sun-woo’s weird behavior and suggests that Eun-hee come along in the morning.

Soon-ae sidles up to Sun-woo the next morning and asks where he slept, and when he’s still cold to her, she sighs that he’s not easy and wonders if she’ll have to take a different approach.

The others notice that she looks flushed and ask if she’s been drinking, and discover that she has a fever. She realizes that she caught Sun-woo’s cold, and grouses aloud that “he” didn’t give her what she wanted and just gave her a cold instead.

Hottie chef Joon asks if Bong-sun needs money (because she’s been begging Sun-woo for something for days), and offers to lend her what she needs. Soon-ae swoons all over again at the gesture and sighs that he’s awfully tempting.

Mom and Eun-hee go to see the shaman unni, and ask about her prospects for having kids. The shaman asks for her husband Sung-jae’s birthdate and calls him a lonely island. She wonders how a man like this ever married at all, and can’t bring herself to deliver bad news, instead yelling at Eun-hee to eat better if she wants to have babies.

Sung-jae and his partner are sent to a junkyard that day, and are annoyed that they have to deal with a dog. Neither gets bitten and they leave, but later we hear someone beat the dog. Well that’s disturbing.

That night, Soon-ae finds Sun-woo’s door locked and takes that as a challenge to pick his lock, and gets caught red-handed when Sun-woo shows up right behind her out in the hall. He drags her downstairs and warns that she won’t be able to sleep here if she keeps this up, and she just clings to him and begs again.

She pouts that she thought men are supposed to be able to have sex without feelings attached, and insists that she has a reason for all this. He gives her a chance to explain herself, but when she says now isn’t the time, he tells her to stop dreaming because he won’t have a scandal in his workplace.

He ignores her cries over catching his cold and stomps upstairs, and she sticks her head in the freezer to cool her fever.

Sun-woo picks up his phone to answer a text from So-hyung, but the power cord gets stuck and refuses to budge, almost like some invisible force is keeping it there. The energy around Soon-ae seems off too, and she stumbles off to bed feeling really ill. Suddenly Soon-ae starts to be visible in Bong-sun’s body, flickering in and out.

Sun-woo yanks on the cord and it pulls free at the exact moment when Soon-ae falls to the floor… and gets up as Soon-ae. She looks down and there’s Bong-sun still lying on the ground. Did being sick eject her somehow?

It niggles at Sun-woo that Bong-sun might really be sick, and he puts his phone down to go check on her. Soon-ae looks down at Bong-sun in a daze and realizes that she’s been expelled, and grouses at the shitty timing when Sun-woo chooses now to come down.

He runs over to her, worried and panicked, calling out her name.

 
COMMENTS

Oh, phew. We get Bong-sun back! I was really worried that we’d only be getting things from Soon-ae’s perspective, which would really shortchange the romance and make me question any feelings that Sun-woo develops for her while she’s possessed. But now that we know there can be swapping, I trust that the drama will be able to play out both storylines to satisfaction. As important as Soon-ae’s journey is, it’s crucial to get Bong-sun back periodically so that her life can change alongside Soon-ae’s, so that she can grow and develop as a character. I really want for them to change each other for the better—for Soon-ae to give Bong-sun some spunk and get her not to waste her life, and for Bong-sun to remind Soon-ae that deep down she’s a good person who cares more about those around her than to go around possessing women to get laid.

It’s obviously problematic for Soon-ae to think that she can just borrow Bong-sun’s body and sleep with Sun-woo like it’s borrowing her favorite sweater for a date. Not the same thing! Right now Sun-woo’s the only one thinking straight and keeping her from making a stupid mistake (thank goodness ONE of them has self-control!), and it’s clearly going to take some doing for her to start seeing Bong-sun as a person instead of a vessel. Spending some time outside of her body will hopefully get that across, though I fully expect for Soon-ae to be relentless about getting into Chef’s pants. It’s not an unsympathetic predicament either—she faces an eternity as a vengeful ghost, roaming the earth doing this to women forever if she doesn’t resolve her grudge and move onto the afterlife. It’s just that she’s probably fixating on the wrong thing, thinking that her biggest sorrow in life was dying a virgin, when she has an amnesia-inducing mystery death on her hands.

Sung-jae is definitely moving up on the suspect list by the episode, but so far there’s nothing solid about him being criminal in any way, and I expect that we’ll continue to get tiny breadcrumbs like this for a while. I worry for Eun-hee if he is somehow involved in Soon-ae’s death, and am increasingly curious about their relationship after the hints today that they’re not as happy as they seem. I have a feeling that Mom should be spending more money on figuring out what Sung-jae’s deal is than worrying about Sun-woo and his ghost problems. I do find it hilarious that her worry about him being a ghost-magnet was made literal today with Soon-ae hanging off of him at every turn. It was such a funny way to undercut the sudden burst of sexual chemistry to have her chasing him as if she could actually just wear him down with cuteness until he gave it up. Does she really think romance works this way, or does supernatural-strength libido make you stupid?

Despite her misguided fixation on sleeping with Sun-woo, I find Soon-ae warm-hearted when it counts, like keeping his crush on So-hyung a secret (after using it to blackmail him, of course), or taking care of him when he’s sick. I find them adorable together, but what I’m really excited about is Bong-sun getting a chance to be back in control of her body and dealing with the aftermath of all the havoc Soon-ae has wreaked. I’m already cringing in anticipation of all the mortifying things she’ll have to clean up, but I’m hopeful of what’ll develop with Sun-woo because of it. And if he’s already suspicious about Bong-sun’s rapid personality change, maybe he’ll be someone she can confide in about the ghost possession. In any case I want to see the same fireworks when it’s Bong-sun in the driver’s seat. Got any more cold medicine on hand?

 
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That preview, though. Oh, the possible hilarity of the aftermath. I've been waiting for this since the start of Episode 3.

That kiss was one of the most well-portrayed kisses I've seen in k-dramas. Plus, perfect reaction of PBY as Soon-Ae.

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Yes! that is what we call a kiss drama land lol. Park Bo-young is so good at everything it's hard to take your eyes off her.
My volume was high and I totally heard them sucking on each other's lips lol.

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PBY has been doing so good as Soon-Ae--even her voice sounds like Kim Seul-gi. She pulls off possession like no other. It's super impressive how naturally she pulls off KSG's Soon-Ae. It feels like the same person in either body, which is amazing.

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I find Seul-Gi's nasal voice quite annoying to be honest. This is the first show I've watched her in, and it reminds me a whole lot of Japanese idols.

PBY as Soon-Ae talks like Seul-Gi with the high pitched voice but without the nasal quality, and I think it's actually better.

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And it was I think her 1st kiss scene :)

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Yep it was her first on-screen kiss scene ever

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Oh, I need to re-play that part w turned up volume to hear the sucking then. Ke ke ke.

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When they were kissing, that moment where her confused sounds turned into a yummy sound was hilarious. I laughed lots.

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I laughed lots too, not just the kiss part, but thru out, esp. when she is trying to jump his bones, chasing him all over the building, and begging him to just do it once.

This is a total riot!

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Me too, i Laughed so hard at that part, and i could totally hear them sucking lips lol. Love the chemistry between them. PBY did such a great job.

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Hahaha, I agree with this entire thread!

But @kuromitsu the preview made me realize that Bong-sun's probably going to be slightly traumatized--at least at first and poor thing's going to be so scared, lost, and confused... I'm definitely excited to finally see more of the real Bong-sun, though and Soon-ae getting to know Bong-sun and vice versa. Can't wait!

@Julia Hahaha, I noticed that, too! Park Bo-young is killin' it with her spot-on Kim Seul-gi impressions. Like, that's so her!

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On a side note, I think it's possible that what's keeping Soon-Ae tied down isn't her virginity, but rather leaving her family behind.

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I'm wondering if it's even being a virgin - I think it has more to do with who killed her and how much of a shock that he did it, especially since he's such an upstanding guy.

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oh my gosh!!!
did just bong sun and chef kiss!!!1
igeon......daebak!!!!!

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it'll probably be easier for Soon Ae to seduce the chef if she possesses the PD. loll

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After reading recap for mask, Bam! Another recap!;)

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Omg. She is so freaking cute!

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Most cutest korean actress right now =D

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I was starting to get worried but I'm so glad that Bong-sun is back. Possessed Bong-sun and Sun-woo's interactions this week were really fun,cute and sexy, but I'm also excited about next week when real Bong-sun picks up the pieces. I'm enjoying this drama immensely. And I knew there had to be something up with seemingly perfect Sungjae. I wonder if he is evil or has been possessed by an evil spirit, what with dogs barking at him and his supposed fate of being alone surprisingly altered.

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That's a very interesting observation. I didn't notice that they purposefully showed that the dog barked at Sung-jae as if he is the ghost. But now we have a theory of Sung-jae as an vitality-sucking ghost. He is probably responsible for the accident of his wife as well; as in her misfortune is his fortune/source of energy, etc.

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But if he's possessed shouldn't Sun Ae be able to spot him? I do agree that he's shady and that he might be responsible for his wife's accident.

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...and probably married her out of guilt. He doesn't even love her I don't think.

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I think he loved Soon Ae, but she died somehow, and yes I do agree that he may have married the sister out of guilt... She looked disturbed when the shaman said 'how did you end up with him'...

The last episode showed us that he still goes to eat often at Soon Ae's dad's shop, even though the food is not nice to eat, and the cups are not clean ? Is it a sense of nostalgic longing or he is really guilty about how Soon Ae died?

Please don't let the nice guy be evil!!

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My theory is that Sun Ae can't know he is possessed because she is his victim and was blinded to his true nature in some ways

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That's an interesting possibility! Also, if he IS possessed by an evil spirit, maybe ghosts just can't see them when they're in control of a bod.

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Or you can't see once the ghost or evil spirit is trapped inside a body of the same frequency in a forever kind of a way.

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I was leaning towards the brother some how being responsible for Soo Ae's death, but now.....

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The brother could perhaps feel responsible?

I seriously would not have connected the dots about the dog barking without this thread. Kudos, @june_rain.

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I think you might be right, Officer Sung Jae might be possessed by an evil spirit. There's got to be a reason why the sauna ghost mentioned that bad things are happening in the world as a result of good and innocent people being possessed by malevolent spirits who overstayed their welcome instead of moving on. As for why Soon Ae can't see the evil spirt, my theory is this:

The medium ahjumma can't see Soon Ae when she's possessing a body, only when she's out. Maybe Soon Ae couldn't actually see her friend possessing the egg-eating girl, maybe she just knew the ghost's habits, and the overindulgence at the sauna was a telltale sign, so she gave her a look, like "I know you're in there, come out and talk to me."

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High five! My thoughts exactly. Let's see if we're right when the drama continue to play out

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That's a pretty good explanation

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yeah we have to think she died somehow, so maybe the cop killed her, or it the unlucky spirt thing happened and she died beacuse of him. The drama seems too light to have a cop/killer pretending to be a nice guy, but if he been taken over by one the the evil spirts..well they been mention through out the four episodes pretty often..so maybe...I think the idea it is an evil spirt is somehow better than him just turning out to be a psycho killer

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*Oops, just realised i accidentally replied to another thread with this post*

I would like to propose another theory.

Assuming that Sung Jae IS possessed by an evil spirit, I suspect that no one is able to tell if a body has been spirit-possessed unless their mannerisms betray that fact.

Remember, the shaman who was chasing after Soon Ae, who is able to “see” the spirits was not able to recognise her when she was possessing Bong Sun’s body. Soon Ae just had to be extra careful to hide that fact (i.e. putting her hands on the neck so as to somehow muffle the bells that the shaman put on her while she was still in spirit form?).

I suspect that Soon Ae was able to recognise the other ghost girl because of the weird behaviour she was exhibiting (i.e. eating two trays of eggs by herself) and because she knew that that is a habit of sorts with other ghost girl.

Hence, if Sung Jae is possessed by an evil spirit, no one would really be able to tell if the spirit continued acting with the original Sung Jae’s mannerisms!

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I also think that Sung-jae is possessed by a spirit. My theory is that Soon-ae, Sung-jae, and Eun-hee were all affected by an accident caused by a 4th person or ghost. Soon-ae probably drowned and her body has never been recovered. As a punishment, the ghost (or 4th person) had to stay within Sung-jae's body. Or maybe he used to be a lonely man (from an island etc as the Shaman lady was describing) and wanted to have some platonic company, or he just felt guilty? Or for whatever reason, he decided to stay in Sung-jae's body, who perhaps might not have made it. That could explain why Eun-hee cant get pregnant and why Sung-jae was looking at Soon-ae strangely at the police station. The dog scene could have been an indication of a malevolent ghost?

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The dog scene is so odd! I how there's an explanation sometime...perhaps you're right and it's a bitter spirit.

I'm loving this series!

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But have you noticed how right after his partner talks to him, he disappears from screen and the dog yelps like it is being killed or hurt? That really piques my interest.

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Yes! I noticed that too. Kinda creepy. :(

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Very odd, right?

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I was all on the Sung Jae is a good guy train until this episode (and I was really happy about it). I mean, he keeps little boys from seeing dead bodies and goes and eats at the restaurant even when his partner objects because he knows Dad is struggling. But first he made this face (you just catch a glimpse of it, it's so quick) when Sun-woo showed up at his mom's. I wondered what that was. Then pensively pausing to look at the nuisance (barking dog) and later someone beating it to death. Little things are starting to add up...

But I really like the idea that he's possessed by an evil spirit rather than being a psychopath. But either way, I think that the shock of Song Ae's crush murdering her after he's supposed to be a nice policeman, that could definitely why she hung around... to expose him.

If he is a psychopath, then events fit: he killed Song Ae, accidentally ran over Eun Hee driving away, married Eun Hee so she'd never finger him, and now he stops by Dad's shop to keep tabs on the case.

I really hope that I'm wrong, but the more I think about it, the more it fits...

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I truly hope he's not going to end up being evil! I don't even like thinking of him as being possessed by evil....but it does seem to be heading in that direction.

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Yes! Yes! Yes! Oh thank you drama gods! Bong Sun's back! If there is any drama I was watching this summer that I sooooo badly wanted to be good, it was this. I mean you have no idea. Jo Jung Suk! (My favorite! It's been two years!!) And Park Bo Young too!

Phew... breathing now (and easing up on the exclamation points). Her return isn't a panacea for all my worries about this drama, but I can at least keep watching. It was essentially to my viewing that Bong Sun got to play a role. Now just please stick around, my dear, and I will too.

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@ anniemo
LOL! breathe slowly... it counteracts Soon Ae's hysterical energy levels and mad chasing around the restaurant. :D

Thanks GF for a fun recap! Reading it and watching the unsubbed show was actually pretty good. Reading the comments and watching it again gets me laughing with greater appreciation for Soon Ae's antics, although I cannot approve of what she's trying to do. As others have commented, she should actually find out for sure what it is that is holding her back in the world rather than just gunning for poor Sun Woo. If she's wrong, she's just made horrible use of another woman's body and is still stuck in the world, and the woman is left to deal with the fallout (and getting a cold is just the least of it!)

I'm hoping now that Bong Sun is back, that even if she cannot remember what happened when Soon Ae was inhabiting her body, that the 2 girls will be able to become 'friends', to talk out the situation(s) they are in and help each other with minimum repercussions.

I'm also hoping there really is another mystery or four that they can help to solve... 1) Sun Woo and So Hyung's relationship and death of their friend, 2)Sung Jae and Eun Hee's marriage and why we are getting hints that his vibe is strange 3) the real reason Soon Ae is stuck in this world and of course 4) how she will be able to cross over before her 3 years are up. :)

And the biggest question in my mind... in the process... how does Bong Sun win Chef's heart? :D

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I'm excited she is back too. I know Soon Ae is tons of fun, but I think Bong Sun has so much potential as a character and we just haven't gotten a chance to learn much about her.

Why did she decide to become a chef instead of a Shaman like her grandmother? I mean, obviously she has the gift. Was she trained at all (like are all those talisman that were in her room ones she made? can she kill evil spirits with her traditional weapon? because that would be awesome.)

Are all those evil spirits and ghosts mentioned by the Shaman there because of Bong Sun? Or does she continue to work there despite them because she wants to be close to Chef? (in which case are ghosts there because of location or because of Chef?) Do the ghosts actually do something if she falls asleep without protection (a la Master's Sun)?

What happened to her parents? Is she so timid and apologetic for a reason (backstory, just too darn tired and defaults to Sorry as least offensive way to react, etc) or is it just her personality? I mean, she is obviously tenacious in her own way if she has been working surrounded by threatening ghosts, is beyond exhausted, and still pushes herself to do extra practice and blog.

Anyhow, I just have a hundred questions about who she is and I hope the show shows us more than just a scared girl who will now be scared and traumatized (and I would be SO traumatized in her shoes. I mean she knows that she was possessed by a ghost that made her do things she wouldn't do. That is scary stuff.)

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Don't hurt the dog! Oh and don't feed them fried rice either - onions, garlic etc. are poisonous to dogs!

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Agree.... I love K-Drama but the do tend to have a lot of poop reference and dog/ pig reference which is so distasteful. Also many a times the way they refer to dogs or pigs and even behave with them are cruel...

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humor is different in different countries. i'm not korean but in my country too, toilet humor is normal. there's lots of educational materials about pooping for kids, and it's just a fact of life, so no-one bothers to be shy or embarrassed about it, we just make jokes about it and talk about it normally.

obviously, people view animals differently in different countries too, and eat differently. i heard recently that #stopyulin2015 was trending on social media, which is just fucking stupid- westerners imposing their own values on cultures that they don't belong to, calling it "cruel" and "barbaric". ethnocentrism, eurocentrism & racism at it's finest. if you eat any kind of meat, you have no right to criticize anyone else for eating a different type of meat. even if you're a vegan too, actually.

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Usually i would agree with 100% but i can't help but still think is barbaric to eat an animal that is considered a pet even in that country, pets who are treated like more than animals most of the time, family even. for example, chiks, pigs, cow, etc are considered farming animals in my country but there is always someone who can form some kind of relationship whith their farm animals that is considered that of a human/their pet, and they will behave accordingly and everything, that is perfectly fine too, but if i heard that that same person chose to butcher and eat those or other pigs/chiken/cows i would be disturbed equally, it just doesn't make sense to me, and let it be clear i'm NOT trying to change your view on the subject, i'm merelly exposing mine so maybe you will understand this kind of view better too and drop at least the racist part in your arguments. Have a nice day.

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Thank for the speedy recap. I tell you what, I didn't know who PBY was but I've gone from swooning over the male lead... to swooning or rather being totally in love with her. Both her acting, her character and basically her energy.

At this point not even concentrating on the story.

Just how petite is she? Because she was totally and is totally dwarfed by all her male co- stars. I feel like she's a pocket pixie.

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PBY is small. Her official height is 158cm but considering that most artist lie about their height, she could be shorter than that.

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She's at least taller than me. I'm Asian too and petite at 150cm... Sigh

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I wonder if the dog at the junkyard was barking so much because Sung-jae is also possessed by some sort of ghost?

The preview for next week looks fun. Glad that we'll be seeing both Kim Seul Gi and Park Bo Young. :)

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I was so stressed and weirded out by the scene when Soon-ae begs chef, practically tearing his clothes off, that I had to pause and come here to read what happened next. I know it was played for laughs but if the roles had been reversed it would've been seen as sexual assault.

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I think it's important to remember that even if she got too aggressive, she is asking (ok, begging) and therefore he has a choice to give consent or not...in this case, not!

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...and LOL too bad he didn't give in, like many women have done for decades when men beg in just this fashion! If only he'd used the old line, "not tonight, I've got a headache!"

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It crossed my mind, too, but the girl was asking permission all throughout.

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She is totally possessed. That's how I see it.

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In the court of law this would qualify for an insanity plea right?

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Same here I was cringing while watching this raw but after watching this with subs it made more sense. She was asking for permission the whole time so thank God. Still...the scene was hilarious haha

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I'm thinking if this happened in real life and Sunwoo is pissed off about it for real, then he could sue her...since she's like pulling his shirt open against his will etc.

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I think he felt bad because he kissed her first. So he felt like he might have lead her on.

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I agree! I kept thinking, "What is she thinking? She's going to get fired! He is going to fire her for acting like this." For me, it went from cute to super annoying real quick. She crossed the line, if you ask me. My only explanation for why Sun Woo put up with it is because he somehow felt "responsible" because he kissed her the night before.

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Same. I think it's supposed to be cute and funny, and obviously it says something about her desperation as a ghost (it's like she can't help it – she's like an insect attracted to the light, all ready to fly into the fire) but I still only cringed.

I'm glad we're getting Bong-su back because I'm starting to find Soon-ae very annoying (to the point that I want to fast forward sometimes). Not just because of trying to jump her boss, but because she steals and breaks into houses and then whines and plays the pity card when she gets caught (nothing's her fault, others should take responsibility for her). Her story is tragic, especially with respect to her family (with whom she at least shows kindness), but I couldn't sympathise with her much otherwise during this episode because she's taking advantage of everyone else.

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The good thing is that at least SW doesn't take either her sh*t nor her aegyo. It's easy for him, of course, as he knows she's not in her right mind, but that cut to her being thrown out after tat aegyo scene was thoroughly satisfying.

However, I actually like her as a comedy character. I wouldn't want to have a friend like her, but as a shameless ghost, she works for me. Yes, she tries to take advantage of everyone, and she doesn't care about consequences of her actions, but that makes a lot of sense for a ghost who doesn't have long-term relations and usually can avoid consequences very easily. In fact, it would be very weird if she acted like a normal, healthy, honest, law-abiding human being.

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I love that Bong-Su will be back this week but I totally understand everything Soon-ae did. We can't judge her as the real SA, it's like she is the dead SA version, she's been gone for 3 years, with no memory, no identity, no family, no real human interaction, she is not herself anymore. Besides she is on a mission and if she becomes an evil ghost it will only be worse for the world.

She is taking advantage but not really harming anyone, many guys would have jumped to the chance to do it one time with her. :) Sleeping in the restaurant wouldn't hurt anyone either. The worst thing she did was taking control of BS and messing up her life, that was the craziest and mean thing to do. That's really the only thing so far I'd like for her to feel was wrong and fix that by helping the real Bong-Sun.

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Lixie, I agree with everything you said. The flashbacks of her memories show her to be very warm, caring, dutiful, well-liked, and a good noona and daughter. Memories make us who we are and SA hasn't had them.

And since she's started to get them back, she's been more relational, even with the guys in BS's life. If she was amoral, she wouldn't have tried to fix the blow up between Min Soo and Sun Woo and when the evidence was there, she would have lied. She wouldn't have brought SW soup and would have busted him with SH, if she didn't care. But she does care. (And many guys *did* jump at the chance to do it - that's how they ended up in the hospital :) )

And if you think about it, she didn't plan on being Bong Sun for more than a few minutes, and then when she got stuck, she thought that she was going to be stuck there forever, so it's her living the life now...

I, too, am glad that Bong Su will be back this week. And I think, once SA gets to know BS more, she'll feel bad for her, too, and help her to finally have a backbone.

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I agree! I kept thinking, “What is she thinking? She’s going to get fired! He is going to fire her for acting like this.” For me, it went from cute to super annoying real quick. She crossed the line, if you ask me. My only explanation for why Sun Woo put up with it is because he somehow felt “responsible” because he kissed her the night before.

Why would SA care about being fired? All she needs the restaurant for is as a temporary source of income while she's trapped in that body and, more importantly, to bang the chef.

SW knew BS well enough, he knows she's out of her mind right now. He doesn't take her seriously at all -- even when she blackmails him with the keys. When she starts to push him onto his bed and ripping off his clothes, I don't think he thinks "She's trying to rape me!", he's more like "What is wrong with her?"

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I have to say when she first got stuck in the Bong-su's body I wondered why she didn't just take off – because it would have been a lot easier just removing herself from Bong-su's life and live her own life in that body. I guess she stayed because she fits into Bong-su's life so easily that it means little effort. As I said before, I don't find that particularly compelling – that everyone just accepted her as acting a little strange, despite the radical character change. They at least explained her cooking skills with Soon-ae's real life background, but there should have been a lot more hiccups – her not knowing where things are in the kitchen, how to do things, running into people who recognise her but whom she doesn't, etc etc

But except for Soon-wu no one seems to be questioning at all who this new Bong-su is!

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I have to say when she first got stuck in the Bong-su’s body I wondered why she didn’t just take off – because it would have been a lot easier just removing herself from Bong-su’s life and live her own life in that body. I guess she stayed because she fits into Bong-su’s life so easily that it means little effort.

Her behaviour was somewhat strange and contradictory. She was annoyed about being caught, of course, and she was especially annoyed with what kind of person BS was. But she did try to fit in with BS's life and not to screw up too much. Despite the fact that she doesn't seem to bother about who she possesses and there is no reason for her to feel shame for what happens to the person whose body she possesses.
She frequently adjusted her behaviour, apologised and showed remorse (superficially) when she DID something that obviously upset/surpised other people. Now that might be part of her remaining human-ness, or it might just a for convenience.

As I said before, I don’t find that particularly compelling – that everyone just accepted her as acting a little strange, despite the radical character change. They at least explained her cooking skills with Soon-ae’s real life background, but there should have been a lot more hiccups – her not knowing where things are in the kitchen, how to do things, running into people who recognise her but whom she doesn’t, etc etc

Yes, I actually expected a lot more trouble along the way -- but I'm partially happy that this was not elaborated, because usually, these kind of scenes suck.

However, considering that almost nobody ever cared about BS anyway, there are not many people who'd bother to recognise the radical change in her behaviour.

But except for Soon-wu no one seems to be questioning at all who this new Bong-su is!

Because no one cares. I find this part rather believable.

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Didn't all the guys hold that pow-wow about how strange she was and did she maybe have a mental illness? I think one scene devoted to the co-workers wondering what is wrong with her is enough.

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yes! i'm a feminist and am fully aware about consent and how men can be victims too, etc. and how even if something is fiction, harmful beliefs can be normalized and perpetuated.......but hello, she is a virgin ghost, she is a GHOST and her aims and consequences of not fulfilling her regrets within 3 years have been clearly explained already. she feels sympathetic toward bong-sun, who she feels is a bit of a sad, pathetic soul, but who she shared some similarities with, but really, bong-sun is just a convenient vessel at this point even if she is trapped without a choice. why should she care about the consequences? she's desperate not to become an evil spirit, and she's not tied to the same "ethics" as humans. a bit bewildered by all this sudden hate for soon-ae, even as i hoped for bong-sun to get her body back.

i'm actually okay with how they accepted her drastic change in personality after one episode of being weirded out, because i thought the conversation between soon-ae and joon explained it. although yeah, it's a bit sad that no-one would care or miss bong-sun, except maybe her grandmother. but i'm sure that both characters will be developed fully now that we can be assured that bong-sun will get her body back, even if it's temporary.

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She can't zero-care though either – not because she needs to have human ethics as a ghost but if she goes crazy, she runs the risk of getting into trouble. Whether that means being fired, thrown out, arrested or sectioned.

If she was just a ghost she could do that, because she could just leave the body and that person to deal with the consequences, but as a ghost stuck in a body she's not 100% free. I guess humans won't guess there's a "ghost" (since many won't believe in them), but the shamans will find her more quickly the more she acts out. She's lucky that Soon-wu doesn't believe in ghosts, because if he said one word to his mom, her shaman consultant, who is already hanging around, would be there in a nano-second.

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I haven't watched this with subs yet, OMG that kiss was totally HOT for kdramas! I especially like how PBY went all into it tootoo and how she acted that kiss scene - at first surprised (but not like the fush-face surprise) and then really enjoying the kiss. Ahh this guy I really loved him since King 2 Hearts. So glad to see him act her with PBY. I love that these two can really kiss ?

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I just read that this is PBY's first kiss scene ever. JJS must've guided/taught her well ;)

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I was going to say the same thing!

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Is it also possible that Sung Jae is possessed by a ghost? 'Coz the dog was barking at him just like how Sun Woo's dog was barking at Soon Ae.

Eun Hee might have also been in an accident that killed Soon Ae.

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If he was possessed wouldn't our ghost be able,to tell? She knew the girl who was eating at the bathhouse was possessed.

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NOOO,im shipping soon-ae with sunwoo now
gonna try hard to make it BS-SW

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You are not alone. I also love Soon Ae and Chef together. Soon Ae's character and she in Bong Sun's body are so much fun. She makes the whole place come alive. In a matter of days, she has made connections with almost everyone at work and she and the Chef have really interesting and funny exchanges. Like you said, she has analyzed and gotten close to him in a couple of days. I also love the arc of Soon Ae in Bong Sun's body trying to connect with her real dad. It is realistic the way he doesn't recognize her and how she has to constantly make the effort to build the relations since they are practically strangers.

Bong Sun was too much of a wallflower and I wonder if she would have got the job back if Soon Ae had not possessed her. She hasn't made much of an impression on me so far. Also the scene of the chef visiting her blog and praising her did not cut ice with me since it was not that subtle. Wish they had done something more subtle to make a connection between the two. Bong Sun had something for the Chef before and the Chef did identify with her to some extent, but he started really noticing her only after Soon Ae took possession.

I like my heroines to be colorful and Soon Ae is a colorful character, who even when having her head full of lusty thoughts, is still warm and caring. One can see a real person in her, not a typical cinderella. It's also such a hoot to see PBY channeling KSG and doing all sorts of crazy things.

I think the drama will go the BS-Chef route, but I too wish Soon Ae's character had a happy ending with the chef. Too bad she is a ghost.

Bong Sun is still to grow on me. Other than the fact that she can see ghosts, there is nothing solid about her as a character so far. She may perk up as we go along. But with Soo Ae around whom I have got attached to already, I am more likely to be invested in the naughty ghost solving things on her own than in a wallflower growing into a brighter thing. I too want the strong-headed lusty one to get the guy for a change. When will that ever happen?

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That may be true, but then again, we have only had one episode of Bong-sun and have had three episodes of Soon-ae, so in terms of character liking, it seems a little unfair to completely 'disregard' Bong-sun so early on. She has time to change and we have at least 10+ more episodes to see that. Only time will tell. After all, who knows, maybe Soon-ae's characteristics may rub off on Bong-sun. :D

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"it seems a little unfair to completely ‘disregard’ Bong-sun so early on"

To be fair, the writers disregarded her first. :(

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You have worded my thoughts and feelings (thus far) much better than I can/could/did. I agree on every point and I too am not feeling Bong-Sun so much but know like you that our is a doomed ship.

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I too am very much pro Soon Ae + Chef and love the kind of spark their personalities light up in one other... while i also liked Bong Sun's character, her and chef together don't really do it for me

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It's not that I don't like them, but I haven't even given that possibility hope. I really like their relationship, but as someone who was invested in 49 Days, my guess is it is very likely that Soon Ae won't be sticking around long enough for them to date, probably a few months or less than a year before she peaces out. Her purpose of sticking around is to resolve an issue, probably the mystery surrounding her death, and helping her family be more stable without her.

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Unless she's not exactly dead and her body's in a coma somewhere... which could be hinted by her feeling like she's drowning in a sea, and her father simply refer her as being gone to a place far away, not quite dead.

I don't expect the drama to go there though.

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That is part of it for me as well. I'd guess that is why we are seeing fewer shippers for that pairing than you might otherwise expect when they are so very fun together. But since her happy ending involves leaving the mortal plane I think a lot of people will steer away from that heartache!

The show would also have to go along way towards establishing more of a romantic connection and less of a little-sister-pestering-older-brother vibe as well. If it was a show about them I could totally see it getting there and being an entertaining journey.

But, for me, at this stage in the show Soon Ae would be happy making out with anyone and he thought he was making out with someone else. She likes the married cop and he likes his friend. He hasn't looked at her any differently since they kissed and she doesn't even see him as a person now, just a body.

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you are not alone. i ship soon-ae and chef soo hard (although i know it's a doomed ship a la 49 Days). I adore their chemistry together, their wit and banter with each other is really nice, love that she doesn't take his b.s, and i just really enjoy their scenes together where Soon-Ae unwillingly shows a rational human side by not wanting to jump into his pants and just showing concern that he is sick, saving him from a near nightmare television cooking stall, keeping his secret of a crush, and just getting to know him. I find that their is great potential in both of them to bring out a lot of good in each other (he making her as a ghost care about more than just bang-a-dude-and-leave and her warmth and familial love for her family can help him see he needs to forgive and appreciate his mom, cause it's one life and he'll miss/regret the opportunities he didn't take when she is gone), and find that the two share a lot of similarities than meets the eye at first glance (i think the shared rain walk/love amiss scene was really telling). I don't know something about them clicks and there is just something in his being immune to her and my years of kdrama watching tells me all this talk of her only having a few months and the whole "i can't/won't stay after a month even if you wanted me to" yeah they may have something. Also I'm not really feeling Bong-sun. Everything Chef told her was so true, the character has potential but lawds I couldn't stand her meek, quiet, I'm sorry, personality. I find it unrealistic that a girl like her can survive working in a kitchen (I've worked in a not famous small restaurant kitchen before and it is hell. No way you can get away with falling asleep/burning food, and you have to be loud and communicating. No way you can quietly move about nearly invisible and not communicating with the staff and actually get things done in harmony). My one big hope is that Soon-Ae rubs off on Bong-sun in that she is able to bring out some gusto, vest, and ability to communicate her inner strength and fire. But yeah you're not alone I too ship Soon-Ae and Chef and also do not get the hate Soon-Ae is getting.

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Ok... I have a few theories and I bet none are correct but just gonna throw then in the air...

Obviously Sungjae is linked to Soon Ae's death somehow... either as witness or participant ...

By the breadcrumbs we were fed today it seems he is not totally smitten by Eun hee like it seemed at first.

She's not rich, or anything... so if he doesn't love her entirely, why did he marry her?

One of my theories is that he and Soon Ae were in love... and Eun hee may have caused an accident (in which she was also injured) that caused Soon Ae's death. Soon Ae's dad always refers to her as gone, never dead, just gone. What if Eun hee hit Soon Ae with a car and Eun hee was found (because she was in a car) but Soon Ae still hasn't been found and that is why her dad doesn't refer to her as dead. She's just gone. And what if Eun hee later used that accident to keep Sungjae by her side, when his true love is a girl that's already dead (and that is why he's a lonely island, destined to be alone, since his true love is dead.)

My other theory is that Sungjae caused Soon Ae's death. And Eun hee knows about it or helped him cover it up... and that's why he married her. Because she was involved in the accident that caused Soon Ae's death and so Sungjae married her to keep her quiet?

Or assuming Eun hee is the nice person she seems to be, maybe she was involved in the accident that caused Soon Ae's death and lost her memory, but Sungjae married her anyways to keep her close in case her memories return?

In any case... there's something iffy about Sungjae... I am just not sure yet if he's the tragic hero who lost his true love or the villain that's using people who care about him to cover up his crimes. Looking forward to the next episodes.

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I like your first theory. The shaman lady said he's gentle, but has no luck with having someone close to him. And the dog beating (that was below the belt, Kdrama, seriously!) happened *after* the police car drove away.

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I would like to propose another theory.

Assuming that Sung Jae IS possessed by an evil spirit, I suspect that no one is able to tell if a body has been spirit-possessed unless their mannerisms betray that fact.

Remember, the shaman who was chasing after Soon Ae, who is able to "see" the spirits was not able to recognise her when she was possessing Bong Sun's body. Soon Ae just had to be extra careful to hide that fact (i.e. putting her hands on the neck so as to somehow muffle the bells that the shaman put on her while she was still in spirit form?).

I suspect that Soon Ae was able to recognise the other ghost girl because of the weird behaviour she was exhibiting (i.e. eating two trays of eggs by herself) and because she knew that that is a habit of sorts with other ghost girl.

Hence, if Sung Jae is possessed by an evil spirit, no one would really be able to tell if the spirit continued acting with the original Sung Jae's mannerisms!

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Ha! I just put out the exact same hypothesis, and published at the same time. Great minds, huh?

So, it goes without saying, I totally agree with you!! :)

And man, without these comments, I never would have caught on to the dogs barking at Sung Jae (well, maybe I would, a few episodes down the road, when it becomes really obvious that the dude's evil, but not by episode 4).

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Well, Soon Ae's dream of her drowning is probably how she'd died. Sungjae didn't say that he had a girlfriend (Soon Ae) prior to Eun hee and he admitted that he chased Eun hee. The shaman ajumma alluded to how did Eun hee end up with him? Also she wouldn't confide with Eun Hee about her future. Something is rotten in Denmark! I don't think she will be happy.
Watched the kissing scene twice. What a KISS!
Isn't Soon Ae's behavior sexual harassement? Although Park Bo Young is hilarious...
Glad Bo Sun is back! She's going to confuse Sun Woo... Can't wait for the next episode.

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Maybe he's a ghost whose mission is to get revenge on Eun Hee for causing his true love Soon Ae's death.

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Random thought... Is the name Sungjae popular nowadays? I'm starting to notice it more now after Yook Sungjae's popularity in 'School 2015'. Like for recent airing dramas...there's a Sungjae in 'In Time With You' (L's character) and now this drama too.

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If SJ is really possessed by an evil spirit, wouldn't SA be able to see through it? Just like SA did with her friend at the public bath?

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OHTHANKGOD. Ok yay, Bong Sun is back! Excited to go watch now. Whew!!

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SA probably won't be able to see it if it's an evil spirit who're more powerful? Idk but someone above mentioned how the dog barked a lot at him, and maybe it's not coincident how the producer also had the dog in the rooftop bark at SA, who too are a ghost.

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That is a possibility! There is definitely something off from SJ - some people said that he is possessed by a ghost, while some said he is bad from the start. I choose to believe the latter - he was bad even when SA was crushing on him before she passed away. However, do give him some benefit of doubt, he may really be possessed by a more evil spirit, so SA wasn't able to spot it. With the dog barking at SA as thought it knew she was a ghost, and the discussion of the 2 ghost friends about how evil spirits go around possessing innocent humans to do evil deeds - maybe it is really an evil spirit in SJ.

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Or a total red herring.

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this is all too cute!!! kyaaa cant wait for next week. I think this is a drama with a slow story but im totally fine with it.

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Cha-ree-se-ma.

Seriously, how could anybody not love PBY just after that one line. She is having so much fun with this role, I love it.

The dog scene was interesting, and horrible. Hearing those whimpers and whines was so disturbing and hard to listen to. The scene was done well though, but it was easily the toughest scene to watch yet.

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The yelping in that scene worried my dog.

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I have to say just one thing"can't wait"

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I haven't seen PBY in anything before this but now just whoa, she sure acts wonderfully!! Hehe, in the last ep and then this ep, she shows how she masters the emotional scale and is great at comedy and cuteness and heart-tugging scenes XD
I love the development.

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That was one of the most natural kissing scenes I've seen for awhile. The sound effects from her was spot on. And she was so in character throughout. At least I thought so because for once- it just flowed and I was too busy laughing to squeal over her actually kissing him.

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Does the tall flower boy chef (Joon? Cordon) have a thing for Bong Sun? I think he might, he seems quietly intuitive about her. He noticed her when she was meek Bong Sun, and then he offers to loan her a million won. Something's up, glad he didn't take Soon Ae up when she was trying to get him to sleep with her, but part of me wonders why not...

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I'm with you; I think Cordon does have a thing for Bong-sun. But I'm not seeing romance. He was thoughtful and caring towards her since the beginning, but nothing more... I think he just thinks of her as a dongsaeng and takes notice of her and offer a helping hand whenever he thinks she might need one.

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Thanks for the recap.

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The dog abuse scene ruined the episode for me. I hope this doesn't become a pattern in the show. I'm fearful for Chef's corgie...

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Thanks for another awesome recap!!! Just finished watching the episode and honestly I'm really scared for Bong Sun. She already quit her job and now she lost control of her body---it scares me to think how this might impact her when she realizes that ghosts can take away her sleep and consciousness.

Also, I'm really starting to dislike Soon-ae. It was funny and awesome at first to see her warding off the crap Bong Sun usually has to deal with but using her body isn't even remotely funny to me. Also, she KNOWS that going after a man can kill them and she takes it so lightly. Or am I misunderstanding something? I don't know; I just hope Sun woo can help Bong sun somehow or maybe her grandmother/ghost-seeing ajhumma. Bong sun worked so hard for what Soon-ae is taking way too lightly. I would understand if she helped her family (which would probably help her find out what her regrets are!!) but she barely does that and completely disregards the fact that Bong Sun has familial obligations too. Ugh, I love this show but someone needs to knock some sense into Soon-ae. You'd think she wouldnt want to just ascend and maybe help her family find their footing first and slowly work on Sun woo.

Anywho, I'm so glad Bong sun is coming back!!!

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Im also getting the impression that there was some massive traffic accident that killed So Hyung's fiance, crippled Sun Hee, killed Soon Ae, and somehow affected Sung Jae.

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So Hyung's fiance/husband was killed almost 11 years ago, so he can't be involved.

They said that Eun Hee was involved in a hit and run accident which crippled her.

I think there is a connection between Soon Ae's death and Eun Hee's accident, but I don't think they were at the same time. Sung Jae killed Soon Ae either before the hit and run or because she witnessed the hit and run.

And as far as Bong Sun's familial obligations, I get the sense that she doesn't have any, really. She sends money to her grandmother, but as far as parents, she doesn't have any, which is why she was living where she was living instead of with her family.

And did anyone else get the feeling that that ajumma ghost that threatened Soon Ae was Bong Sun's halmeoni? That her grandmother, being a shaman, can project herself like that, which is why the ghost showed up directly after Halmeoni talked to her and Halmeoni could tell something was off?

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I don't think any of those men died. I mean, it could kill them if she continued, but those guys were just suffering from hypothermia because she stopped once she realized they couldn't take it.

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Ooooh thanks for clearing that up!!!

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Something's definitely fishy with the brother in law..he's too good to be real ..and then those scenes with the dog and his coldness....ahhhh I love the show ...!!

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The THREE leads in this drama are simply adorable! This drama has all the elements of comedic gold!! The chemistry between the leads is explosive! Now I know why Park Bo Young is an A lister, she's able to pull off her roles so naturally and effortlessly, I'm glad she's doing a drama, I could watch her all day! Cho Jung Seok and Kim Seul Gi are priceless, utter gems as well.

It's a great drama when everything works so effortlessly, the writing, the directing, the acting! Hope it keeps it up. And I hope Sung Jae isn't a psychopath disguised as a smiling, harmless husband, I'm beginning to get that vibe.

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What? A cell phone charger? Is this Queen In Hyun’s Man? But however Soon Ae got out, I am just glad Bong Sun is back. Sun Woo was surprisingly calm through the whole ordeal, almost unrealistically calm. If someone you knew kept trying to get in your pants, you would kick them out of your house. At first, I thought, "Good thing she's a ghost because otherwise, never kiss a person with a cold," but her borrowed body did catch his cold after all. I burst out laughing when he tripped. I wonder if that was an NG.

Omg, hearing the dog whimpering. If that was Sung Jae's doing, then he is dead to me.

Thanks for the recap, girlfriday!

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I had a quick question. You know the part where Sung Jae goes to the place where the dog was there? After they left, they showed a scene where the dog was crying and basically screaming. Is it hinting that Sung Jae was the one who was doing it and is actually not a good person??? I'm so confused :(

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Yes, I think that's exactly what the show was hinting at. For now, Sung-jae might be more of a bad cop than good cop... see what I did there?

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Unless it was the ghost that was possessing Sung Jae that went back and did it? Supposing he's possessed in the first place of course.

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I am chuckling at how many of us (myself included) hope that Sung Jae is possessed by an evil spirit, rather than wanting him to be an evil psychopath.

And I got the inference that it was Sung Jae because of that pause he had as Hwang was getting back into the car, like he was considering what to do with this annoying dog.

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I would rather much him be possessed! But if he is a bad person, I'm interested to see how it'll play out! I mean after that woman said he should be alone forever, I'm guessing he really is a bad person.

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THANK YOU FOR THE RECAPS, GIRLFRIDAY!!!

Loving this drama and ever since I watched the preview for episode 2, I had a feeling Sung-jae might not be a total good guy. This is rough. But I'm ready for it! My theory started off as him and Soon-ae might've liked each other, but now I'm completely on board with the possibilities that he might have something to do with Soon-ae's death (wae!?). Also, that dog scene had to have happened for a reason, right? Disturbing, indeed. I worry for Eun-hee and Soon-ae (mostly when we find out the truth about her death--but also, did she really die or is she MIA?)...SO MANY QUESTIONS, SO LITTLE ANSWERS.

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Very much glad we'll be getting Bong-su next week (hopefully lots of Bong-su) because I'm starting to get tired of Soon-ae, who is being whiny and super-annoying when trying to jump her boss.

The opening scene was a bit silly: Sun woo is worried about something being in the house and he takes a FLASHLIGHT and tiptoes through the darkness? Why doesn't he turn the light on? Jeez, whenever I start imagining things when I'm home alone, what I do is turn on all the lights, because that dispels your fears pretty instantly.

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The opening scene was a bit silly: Sun woo is worried about something being in the house and he takes a FLASHLIGHT and tiptoes through the darkness? Why doesn’t he turn the light on? Jeez, whenever I start imagining things when I’m home alone, what I do is turn on all the lights, because that dispels your fears pretty instantly.

It was silly ... until the point where he discovers her and THEN turns on the light. The music ends and all the fake suspense is dropped in an instant. I thought the comic timing was rather accurate.

Very much glad we’ll be getting Bong-su next week (hopefully lots of Bong-su) because I’m starting to get tired of Soon-ae, who is being whiny and super-annoying when trying to jump her boss.

Yes she is, then again I understand where she's coming from. She has been exploiting men sexually for some years now, because she thinks that's the only way to save herself. And -- that's just a guess on my part -- she might have experienced that for the men she exploited, it really wasn't that big of a deal (until they ended up in the hospital, of course).

She was very quirky even before she turned into a ghost, and she definitely didn't get better since then. She's inconsiderate, has no respect for other people (let alone their property), and her modus operandi of finding salvation has assault and rape as necessary ingredients. Then again, she's not a person, she's a ghost. Ethics work out a little bit differently in that world. And she showed just tiny little bits of morals here and there when it comes to "handling" the body and the life she's taken over.

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I know, when he turned on the light, that made it even more obvious that it was silly!

Yes ––– with the jumping part it does help to think she's ghost and, that as others have said, she's like 'possessed' when she gets going (like when you wave a piece of meat in front of a dog). But beyond her sex-possession, I struggle with her behaviour. She was quirky before, she was loud-mouthed, but she was also caring beneath her noisy exterior. I have a hard time believing she would have gone around stealing. She doesn't even blink and think for a second that she's not ghost but a ghost in a human body. Maybe she has forgotten. Maybe human-to-ghost conversion means you no longer care about anything. Which is fine, but that does mean I don't particularly care for her.

I guess part of my issue (my personal one only) is that when she goes whiny and plays cute to get her way, she reminds me too much of the sassy-type girl characters, which I hate. In other words, can't wait for Bong-su to be back so we can bit of a break from Soon-ae!

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Yes ––– with the jumping part it does help to think she’s ghost and, that as others have said, she’s like ‘possessed’ when she gets going (like when you wave a piece of meat in front of a dog).

I'm not sure about the "possessed" part actually. She's a horny ghost instead of your usual frigid K-drama character who happens to like physical contact and sex. Nothing wrong with that per se.

She was quirky before, she was loud-mouthed, but she was also caring beneath her noisy exterior. I have a hard time believing she would have gone around stealing. She doesn’t even blink and think for a second that she’s not ghost but a ghost in a human body. Maybe she has forgotten. Maybe human-to-ghost conversion means you no longer care about anything. Which is fine, but that does mean I don’t particularly care for her.

Well, she's a ghost. She lost her memory of being human. In "Arang", the only way the Arang character makes any sense is once you realise that her socialisation happened among ghosts. It doesn't make sense for a ghost to acknowledge traffic lights, so to speak (unless you are a German ghost, of course).

She's pretty bad at pretending to be a human being, of course. But that's in line with her original character.

I guess part of my issue (my personal one only) is that when she goes whiny and plays cute to get her way, she reminds me too much of the sassy-type girl characters, which I hate. In other words, can’t wait for Bong-su to be back so we can bit of a break from Soon-ae!

The good thing is, however, that it doesn't work for her.
And, yes, I'm definitely happy that BS doesn't seem to get cast aside completely. SA is, IMHO, great for stirring up the whole thing, but ...

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<I’m not sure about the “possessed” part actually.

Maybe "possessed" is the wrong word choice. "Fixated" on something so that the rest of her brain temporarily stops functioning? (That's the only way I can explain accosting the chef while the other staff are just around the corner.)

<The good thing is, however, that it doesn’t work for her.

Much fortunately! I'd probably bail if that happened....

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For her, having sex with him is the one thing that matters. Of course she is "fixated" on that. In her short-sighted way, her argument of "it's not a big deal for you, but it means everything for me" is not wrong.

With her goal so close, it's understandable that she cares even less about keeping her cover intact, pretending to be a frigid human and stuff. It's not helping her cause, though. Then again, even if she tried to be more subtle and considerate, the result'd have been the same.

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Her method obviously wasn't going to work (hasn't she seen the chef interact with people and never doing them a favour?), and yeah, a more subtle approach wouldn't have changed the results either – probably getting Soon-wu drunk would have had a higher chance of success. Or maybe not – because I'm wondering if the fact that he didn't get hypothermic had to do with him initiating the kiss, rather than her initiating things as with her previous victims.

But I'm not even convinced her goal is that close though. Amazingly, she doesn't know very much about her condition as a ghost, nor has she really tried to find out. She assumes her "grudge"/"regret" is her virginity and that that will release her soul, but it's not certain at all that either sleeping with a guy will save or, or that sleeping with Soon-wu specifically will do the trick.

I think she'd do well trying to find out what exactly happened to her, how a ghost can get out of a human body that it is stuck in and she specifically can free her soul because she doesn't have all that much time left, right?

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Yep, considering that this whole issue is her one and only problem to solve, she doesn't really give it much thought.

I know that there is this "virgin ghost" thing in folk belief, and it comes with a certain number of well established traits, but would a ghost be so superstitious to just believe them without any investigation?

I guess she's more of a "doer" and not so much of a "thinker", the proof of the pudding etc.

Now that she's free of that nasty body and she actually knows Sun-wu's "weakness", all she has to do is to possess So-hyung and get the party started.

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i think he didn’t get hypothermic because of the fact that he's a "man of vitality" as the mother & the shaman mentioned- he attracts ghosts, but also has the power to resist them.

although what will probably "save" her is knowing the cause of her death and regaining her memories, she's also a virgin ghost, and therefore believes that is her ultimate goal. pretty sure that sleeping with any guy would do the trick if it truly were the case, but it's just that no guy can resist the chills, except for the very rare "man of vitality" which she's finally found in sun-woo.

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I think (if I heard it correctly) that "man of vitality" was simply "Yang", as in "Yin/Yang" from the Chinese philosophies.

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Loving this drama so far. PBY is such a sight to behold. Very good young actress like Shim Eun Kyung. This episode just got me thinking. If a guy did that kind of pestering to a girl, he'd be in jail right now. lol

Thanks for the recap GF!

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Jo Jung Seok is really good at physical comedy. That tripping was totally on purpose. There was a lot of random LOL tripping in you are the best lee soon shin.

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best drama kiss ever!!!!!!! A true honest kiss....I hate fake kisses, this proves that true kiss can be beautiful! ?

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AH...hhh! this is SO cute! thanks for the recap gf! can anyone tell me the viewers ratings for this episode?

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I really want to love this drama but 3 episodes straight without our heroine makes me feel a bit detached. It's made worse by the fact that I can't seem to connect with soon-ae, who seems to have no qualms about putting someone else's life on hold for so long just so she can get laid. How about bong-sun? I'm really glad bong-sun is back because now we get to see both female characters at the same time and hopefully equal development from both.

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@ Maenddorong I'm also glad that Bong-sun is back. I want to see her develop and grow as a character.

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If that wash an hot kiss, just imagen when love is in play. grrrrrr

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This drama is really yummy, it makes my Friday and Saturday full of happiness,.. Ahh, I can't wait to see what will happen next eps.. I hope tomorrow is Friday hehehe, park bo young acting is superb,.. And chef,.. You're hot, the way they kissing is realistic and delicious (what am I thinking.. ^_^), anyway thanks Gf for the recap.

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i want both girls to have a happy ending.
Maybe soon Ae is not dead but in a coma, Dad did say she went"far away" but do we really know she is actually dead? All the other ghosts knew who they were but she was outcast because she had no memorie (until she met Bong sun)
Lets have Bong sung and Soon Ae work together from now on, sharing a body from time to time but also talking as friends. SA can help BS be more active and embrace her gifts as a shaman (with the help of shaman unnie)

find out together what happended , lead her back to her body.

So Let SA end up with chef (he can wake her fom her coma with a kiss,like in the fairy tales )and BS with the calm but Hottie chef Joon :) (who also turns out to be a bit of a supernatural shaman ish person?)

Happy endings for all :)

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idk why.. but yeah! i agree with you! HAPPY ENDING FOR BOTH LEADS! WOOOOH!

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I'm pretty sure her body has been at the bottom of the River Han for a good three years. Why else would her proper funeral rites not have been performed? Her Father probably finds it difficult to accept that she's actually dead hence he refers to her as being "gone".

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True, but if a drama doesn't show you a dead body, you have to wonder why. Indeed, even if they give you a dead body, they aren't always dead (think School 2015). I think that's why a lot of us are suspicious.

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Oh wait, wouldn't they have a memorial picture of her somewhere around if she was dead? I like the idea she's actually in a coma, that would be an amazing twist. Well, other than that's exactly what caused the heroine of Master's Sun to be able to see ghost, she wandered as one for years before awakening from her coma.

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That's what I was thinking too. Do we know for sure she died? The fact she has amnesia when other ghosts don't is big flag, we've seen lots of stories of people in coma wandering around thinking they are ghosts.

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like i don't know if i'm the only one but am i the only one who's shipping soon-ae and sun-woo? i mean c'mon, PBY really made me feel like her character was KSG! AMAZING! i think it's only me who's shipping them haha anyways, i really hope SJ isn't the bad guy.... but i do believe he has something to do with soon-ae's accident and Eun-hee too.

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Hilarity aside, I'm relieved that Soon-ae didn't get her one-time wish granted (thank goodness for Chef's self-control!) because I was cringing the whole thinking how Bong-sun gonna have to deal with the repercussion. He is her boss after all. I don't think Soon-ae cares about her host body though, she didn't even take medicine to ease her cold, did she? I already feel bad for all the things Bong-sun has to clean up, but I'm just glad to see her back. Finally! Hopefully Soon-ae won't get to possess her body that easily again.

All this time I don't suspect Sung-jae, but start sensing something's off with him when Mom and Eun-hee talk about meeting the shaman. His expression during that scene is a bit unsettling...

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Thanks for the brilliant recap! Per usual :) lol i had to rush here as soon as i finished watching the newest episode!
I wanna say "thanks" everyone for your comments and interesting ideas of what might be hidden in the story.
That Kiss!...was one of the best I've seen in a kdrama! Kudos actors! (Whoa I believed it!)...director....photographer and editor!
The yard dog incident was way too disturbing!.
No! My Nice Guy can't be a Bad Guy! Although everyone's theories are intriguing, I'm really, really hoping he's a great guy for real!

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Can Park Bo Young be anymore cuter? Her aegyo is INFINITE. And it seems we already got the number 1 contender for kiss of the year... And its PBY first time on screen too... Shes gonna grab ALL the awards this year.

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Simple plan for Soon-ae now: Possess Sun-woo's crush, seduce him with that body, happy end. Nice, tight litte 5 episode drama this one.

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Except, I have a feeling that the "grudge" that keeps her around is not her virginity, but rather the cause of her death (which is why she can't remember how she died). So in your scenario, she would sleep with Sun Woo and still not be able to move on. Cue bad feelings all around and the need for 10 more episodes.

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