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Bring It On, Ghost: Episode 13

The closer we get to solving one mystery, the more new questions pop up, making me wonder if we’ll ever find out the true story of Bong-pal’s past and Hye-sung’s obsession. Add romance into the mix and things get even more complicated, with misunderstandings and attempts at noble idiocy causing distractions that our favorite ghost-fighters can’t afford. Things will be coming to a head soon, and they’ll need to be sharp if they can hope to win against the evil lurking right on their doorstep.

 
EPISODE 13 RECAP

Hyun-ji finds herself alone in the hospital hallway, being chased by the angry ghost of the murderous doctor. He lunges at her and she screams, and Bong-pal hears her from the stairwell and starts running. He arrives just before the ghost touches Hyun-ji, and sweeps the ghost off of her. Ohthankgoodness, his abilities are intact.

The bloody ghost leaps up and attacks Bong-pal, and the two grapple while Hyun-ji fights a sudden dizzy spell. Luckily this ghost’s weak spot is simple to spot, and a hard jab to his sliced throat from Bong-pal dispels him. Bong-pal finds Hyun-ji barely conscious, and he frantically calls for help.

Meanwhile Monk Myung-chul digs around in Hye-sung’s office, and finds Hyun-ji’s old school ID card in the desk drawer. Hye-sung catches Myung-chul and the two face off, each finally recognizing the other. Myung-chul seems particularly delighted, and grins widely at Hye-sung.

Hye-sung asks if Myung-chul came to visit, and Myung-chul says that he did, to ask if Bong-pal was doing well in school. Hye-sung scoffs at the lie but plays along, and says that Bong-pal is doing well.

He tells Myung-chul that he went to rescue a cat a few days ago, and found the cat stuck in a ventilator shaft. He says that the cat went in out of curiosity, but it went too deep and got stuck. Even when it was in pain, it kept going deeper, and it suffocated and died. The relish with which Hye-sung tells this story is chilling.

Myung-chul isn’t at all intimidated by Hye-sung’s implied threat, and says that it’s a boring story. He says that he has a lesson to teach to Hye-sung, and quotes, “One who enjoys doing evil deeds will not be able to free oneself from the rope of hatred and enmity stemmed from it. If you have a heart filled with anger, karma will make you pay for the sins you have done.” He adds that it’s a good lesson for all, be they human, animal, or ghost. Gauntlet thrown.

Hye-sung’s eyes grow glassy and cold, and he slowly approaches Myung-chul. But his nurse’s voice calling him upstairs stops him from doing whatever he had planned, and he just leaves Myung-chul with a sarcastic thanks for the advice.

Detective Yang visits Hye-sung’s mother late that night, looking for clarification on her husband’s death. She’s not eager to discuss it, but she answers that she was home when her husband fell, and that she simply thought he’d gone outside. Detective Yang says that he visited the old apartment, and he found it unlikely that her husband could have fallen due to his height, and the height of the railing.

He says that he believes her husband may have been pushed. Hye-sung’s mother grows silent, and when Yang asks her to confirm that her son was home at the time, she asks him to leave. He wants to ask one more question, but it’s clear that he won’t get any more answers out of her tonight, so he goes.

Hyun-ji’s doctor checks her over after her ordeal and pronounces her shocked, but fine. Her mother asks Bong-pal to leave, seeming to still be suspicious of him, and he gives her Hyun-ji’s phone before going.

Myung-chul has some soju, and wonders why Hye-sung would have Hyun-ji’s school ID card.

When Detective Yang gets back to the station, he finds Chun-sang and In-rang begging Detective Kim, desperate to discover who hit Hyun-ji and put her in the coma. These sweet boys, I can’t even. Yang recognizes them from their internet stalker case, and agrees to listen to their story.

In-rang tells him about their “beautiful friend” who was in a hit-and-run accident five years ago. She’s been in a coma but recently woke up, and she can’t remember anything about her accident. Detective Kim has already found the reports on the accident, but there were no eyewitnesses so the case was closed.

The detectives tell the boys to leave, but In-rang refuses to go without a promise that the case will be looked into again. Detective Kim says it’s not that simple without a witness, and In-rang grows so upset that he has to be escorted out. But Detective Yang has other things to worry about — the chief wants to talk to him tomorrow about his unauthorized investigation of Hye-sung.

Myung-chul shows up at Bong-pal’s door late that night, oddly cheerful and drunk as a lord. He tries to kiss Bong-pal, which is adorable, and Bong-pal leads him to the couch. Myung-chul is fast asleep by the time Bong-pal fetches him some water, muttering over and over, “I’m sorry Bong-pal. I’m sorry.”

Hyun-ji wakes, tired but okay, and she tells her mother that she saw something frightening which must have shocked her. She seems upset that Bong-pal left already, and defends him when her mother asks how she knows that he’s a good person. She tells her mother to be nice to him, that he didn’t do anything to cause her fainting spell — in fact, he helped her.

Once she’s alone, Hyun-ji wonders exactly what it was that she saw last night, and why she instinctively called out for Bong-pal. For the first time, she wonders if she really does know him, as he says.

Bong-pal stays up late researching amnesia, and he takes a moment to text Hyun-ji to ask if she’s okay. Hee, he’s changed his name in her phone back to “My Love Bong-bong.” Hyun-ji grins and leaves it, and answers that she feels a lot better now.

She thanks Bong-pal for saving her and asks if he was hurt, and what that thing that she saw was, anyway. Bong-pal responds that he’ll tell her some other time. Hyun-ji lets him know that she’s going home the next day and invites him to drop by, and Bong-pal promises to visit her.

They sign off with mutual goodnights, and Hyun-ji goes to bed before her mother can confiscate her phone. But Hyun-ji and Bong-pal both lie awake, and eventually Hyun-ji texts Bong-pal again (from under the covers, like a little kid, so cute), asking if he’s asleep. They chat a bit longer about absolutely nothing, and both fall asleep clutching their phones.

Bong-pal is all smiles in the morning, and he makes breakfast for Myung-chul before heading out the door to see Hyun-ji home from the hospital. Myung-chul sends his congratulations to Hyun-ji, though after Bong-pal is gone Myung-chul wonders of those two should keep seeing each other.

An advertisement at the bus stop gives Bong-pal ideas, and he heads into a jewelry shop to buy Hyun-ji a gift. The salesgirl (cameo by Seo Hyun-jin) asks if he’s shopping for his girlfriend, and Bong-pal’s shy but huge grin is so cute. She explains that the design of the necklace symbolizes two people who are meant to be together, and Bong-pal buys it.

He runs into Hyun-ji’s mother in the hospital lobby, and she notices the jewelry store bag in his hand and doesn’t look exactly pleased to see him. She asks him to leave, saying that his presence makes her uncomfortable. She says that Hyun-ji only just woke up after five years in a coma, and that she fainted when she was with him, and her mother doesn’t want anything like that happening again.

Hyun-ji’s doctor explains up her fainting spell as a normal reaction to having been in bed for five years, and she’s given the all-clear to go home. Hye-sung arrives with flowers for Hyun-ji, and is introduced as her new counselor — but isn’t he a veterinarian?? Hyun-ji’s mother delights at his attention to her daughter, and he even offers to help with her things.

Out in the hallway, Bong-pal peers sadly at the scene through the door, but he doesn’t go inside. Hyun-ji pouts when Bong-pal doesn’t come to see her off as he promised, unaware that he’s been watching her from a distance.

Bong-pal is subdued when he gets back home, and he’s still carrying the gift he bought for Hyun-ji. He tells Myung-chul that her memories still haven’t returned, and that she doesn’t remember anything from her time as a ghost. Myung-chul sighs that it might be best if she never remembers, because her time as a ghost must have been very frightening.

He tells Bong-pal that it might be hard for him, but he should help her start over fresh. “You should let her go first, so that she can live a normal life.”

Hye-sung gives Hyun-ji and her mother a ride home from the hospital, and on the way he asks if Hyun-ji has recovered any memories of her accident. She says that she hasn’t, and her mother adds that she shouldn’t have been in that place anyway, but she was asked to do someone a favor.

But her mother doesn’t know who asked for the favor or what it was, and Hyun-ji still doesn’t recall. Mom grumbles that whoever it was ruined her daughter’s life, but she blames the hit-and-run driver most of all, and she wishes they would be caught and punished. In the front seat, Hye-sung listens silently.

He drops the two women off, promising to call Hyun-ji later about their counselling schedule, and both Hyun-ji and her mother sigh at what a good catch he is. Mom explains that this place is just where Hyun-ji’s parents have been staying while Hyun-ji was ill, and that they’ll be going back to their real home now that she’s recovering.

But she did set up a room for Hyun-ji, who squeals at the new clothing and things in the room, all birthday gifts that her parents bought for her while she was in the coma. Hyun-ji’s mother leaves her to organize her room to her liking, and it’s clear that Hyun-ji’s love of clothes is pervasive, whether she’s a ghost or a girl.

She rushes out to backhug her mother, and thank her for her years of support. She promises that she’ll go to college and get a good job, and be a good dutiful daughter from now on. Mom says that all she wants is for her to be healthy.

They’re so happy, but from outside the house, Hye-sung frowns at them and mutters that it was Hyun-ji who had “it” all along. We see Hye-sung in flashback, visiting the Buddhist temple and walking right past Hyun-ji in her school uniform, as she looks through her backpack.

Detectives Yang and Kim approach the police chief about reopening Hyun-ji’s hit-and-run case, but he yells at them to pay attention to their current cases if they have that much time. But Yang has no intention of halting his investigation of Hye-sung, despite the chief’s anger.

Hyun-ji texts Bong-pal that night, but he takes Myung-chul’s advice and decides not to answer her. She goes to bed confused, not understanding why he would suddenly stop contacting her.

In-rang does his own research into Hyun-ji’s hit-and-run, even though Chun-sang thinks he’d be better served to use his time studying. In-rang says that at least he’s trying to help Bong-pal and Hyun-ji, and Chun-sang says that he’s got a plan of his own.

A timely package delivery reveals Chun-sang’s big plan — several large banners to put up near her accident site, asking anyone who may have witnessed anything to contact them. Okay, for once, Chun-sang actually came up with a pretty great plan, and it earns him a great big bro-hug from In-rang.

They find Bong-pal on his way to class to show him the banners, and they don’t seem to notice Bong-pal’s subdued response. But Hyun-ji herself arrives on campus, wearing new clothing and looking quite beautiful, and In-rang nearly has a heart attack.

Hyun-ji goes right up to Bong-pal to ask why he didn’t answer her texts, and he says that he didn’t see them. She’s here to audit Hye-sung’s class so Bong-pal offers to show her to the classroom.

It’s clear that she doesn’t recognize Chun-sang or In-rang at all, and Bong-pal simply tells her that they’re his friends. She does say that they seem familiar, at least. Bong-pal asks Hyun-ji how she knows Hye-sung, and she tells him that he’s her counselor.

Hye-sung notes the two of them entering class together and asks if they know each other, and Hyun-ji quickly jumps to say they’re not that close. Ouch. That stings, and Bong-pal heads to his seat alone. It does look as though Hyun-ji intends to sit with him, but Seo-yeon plunks herself down first and Bong-pal introduces Hyun-ji as just an auditor, so Hyun-ji sits alone across the aisle.

She can’t even concentrate on Hye-sung’s lecture, too preoccupied with watching Seo-yeon and Bong-pal during the class. Bong-pal also can’t help but notice when Hye-sung gives Hyun-ji a tiny smile, which she returns, and it only makes him grouchier.

HAHA, Chun-sang and In-rang practically wallpaper the street near Hyun-ji’s accident with banners, causing a neighborhood ajumma to protest loudly. It’s a bit much.

Detective Yang sees Myung-chul at the station, and the two recognize each other from when Bong-pal was briefly jailed. They realize that they both hold suspicions regarding Hye-sung.

Myung-chul tells the detectives what he knows, including that Hye-sung has Hyun-ji’s school ID card. It’s always been odd that Hyun-ji was found with no belongings, and now they realize that Hye-sung must have taken them. But they can’t investigate based on circumstantial evidence, so they promise to contact Myung-chul when they have something.

Just then, Chun-sang and In-rang are brought in for their illegal banners, and they and Myung-chul recognize each other. The detectives let everyone go, and decide to look into Hyun-ji’s case after all.

Myung-chul stops the boys outside the station to ask them if they know Hye-sung from school. In-rang knows who he is, so Myung-chul asks for a favor, though we don’t hear what it is.

Bong-pal watches jealously as Hye-sung checks in with Hyun-ji after class. He gets up to leave just as Hye-sung invites Hyun-ji to lunch, and she’s so anxious to follow Bong-pal that she declines.

Seo-yeon waits to speak with Hye-sung, and tells him that it’s her last semester before she graduates. She confesses that she likes him but Hye-sung immediately turns her down, and he even returns the pen she gave to him before he goes.

Hyun-ji follows Bong-pal out to a park bench and asks why he left without her. She asks if he’s angry with her and he says he’s not, and suddenly Hyun-ji remembers sitting on this very bench, while Bong-pal plucks a cherry blossom from her hair. She asks him if she’s been here before, and Bong-pal matter-of-factly reminds her that she used to follow him around a lot.

But the place does feel familiar, and Hyun-ji leans back to enjoy the feeling. Bong-pal watches her, until she says that she has to go meet some friends. He seems jealous when she says that they’re helping her study for her high school equivalency exam, but he tells her to take her time.

Hyun-ji counters that she’s five years behind everyone her age, and she wants to get her life back. Her friend calls and she leaves, saying that she’ll text Bong-pal soon. He’s left behind, but he remembers Myung-chul’s words that he needs to let her go so that she can live a normal life.

Bong-pal walks to the bus stop and runs into Seo-yeon, who’s still moping at the pen Hye-sung returned to her. They go for a drink, but Seo-yeon has a few too many and Bong-pal tries to cut her off. Her drink spills on his leg, and he goes to the restroom to clean up.

Hyun-ji has a nice afternoon with her old friends, then heads home alone. She sees a woman staggering down the street, and seems to think she looks strange. But she shakes it off and keeps going, then stops at a drugstore for some medicine. She calls Bong-pal, but a very drunk Seo-yeon answers his phone.

Bong-pal comes back to the table and takes Seo-yeon’s arm, offering to take her home. But a hand yanks him away from Seo-yeon — it’s Hyun-ji, and she informs Seo-yeon that there’s a taxi waiting outside for her. Hyun-ji pulls Bong-pal away to talk, in a classic wrist-grab reversal, ha.

Outside, Hyun-ji finally gets angry, asking Bong-pal why he’s acting this way when he said he was her boyfriend. Bong-pal asks if she’s really that mad at him, and Hyun-ji says that it makes her furious to see him with another girl. Bong-pal finally smiles at that.

Hyun-ji isn’t nearly finished raking him across the coals, and she lets Bong-pal know exactly how she feels about his recent behavior. She says that even if she doesn’t remember, he should keep pushing until she does. Bong-pal doesn’t say a word, but just swoops in for a kiss.

It’s pretty swoony, but Hyun-ji kicks him in the shin, calls him a pervert, and tells him never to call her again. HAHA. She starts to storm off, then turns back to hurl the medicine she bought at him, then she storms off again.

Bong-pal, smart man that he is, does as he’s told and follows Hyun-ji. She calms down enough to put the medicine on his injured arm, all the while grumbling that he doesn’t deserve her gentle treatment, while whapping his injury repeatedly. I love her.

Bong-pal sees his chance, and gives Hyun-ji the necklace he bought for her. She lets him put it on her, which brings their faces very close, and she gives Bong-pal the happy smile he’s been hoping to see.

On the walk home Bong-pal asks Hyun-ji if they’re dating now, like a big old dork. She says that she’ll see, and he promises to be good and not look at another girl ever again. He sees her to her door, but she pokes her head right back out to wave again. So freaking cute.

Hyun-ji gets in just as her mother is going out to see Hyun-ji’s uncle. Hyun-ji sees the strange woman from the street standing outside the patio door, but she doesn’t think anything of it. Her mom, on the other hand, doesn’t see the woman in front of her on the sidewalk, and walks right through her.

Detective Yang discovers that five years ago, Hye-sung owned a white car very like the description of the car that hit Hyun-ji. Then two days after her accident, he scrapped it. Interesting.

Meanwhile Hye-sung burns Hyun-ji’s school ID, to get rid of any lingering evidence.

The ghost woman is now in the house, and scares the daylights out of Hyun-ji when she sees her lurking right over her shoulder. Hyun-ji runs outside and calls Bong-pal, unaware that Hye-sung is watching her from one house away.

Bong-pal rushes back to find Hyun-ji waiting outside for him, in tears and seeming to be in shock. She turns large, scared eyes to him and asks, “Bong-pal-ah, what do I do? What I saw at the hospital wasn’t a coincidence. I can see ghosts.”

She looks over his shoulder, and Bong-pal turns to see the ghost woman sitting on top of the bus stop shelter. He remembers Myung-chul’s warning, that her memories of her afterlife could affect her current life. Hyun-ji starts to cry again, and Bong-pal holds her close, telling her not to worry. He says that no matter what happens, he’ll protect her.

Bong-pal holds Hyun-ji while she cries, while across the street, Hye-sung looks on.

COMMENTS

I never thought I’d say it, but I think I love Real Girl Hyun-ji even better than I loved Ghost Girl Hyun-ji. Ghost Hyun-ji could be so perky and pesky, and she came across very young and immature at times, but real Hyun-ji seems to be more mature and well, real. She’s got a temper and she speaks her mind, and she’s not afraid to tell Bong-pal when he’s being an ass. And Bong-pal, let’s face it, really needs someone to tell him when he’s being an ass.

I don’t really understand Hyun-ji’s mother’s dislike of Bong-pal. He hasn’t done anything but be present when Hyun-ji fainted, and he actually helped her then. It was good that he was there! It would make sense that she’s just being overly protective in general, if it weren’t for her turning to mush every time Hye-sung shows up to give Hyun-ji attention. And you would think that a mother would be happy that her daughter, having woken up after five years in a coma, had someone around to do things with, someone her own age who doesn’t mind that she’s recovering from a serious accident. Hyun-ji is plenty old enough to date (she was nineteen when she was in the accident, and she’s twenty-four years old now), and Bong-pal is age-appropriate, cute, attentive and polite. You would think that he’d be any mother’s dream.

On the other hand, I do think I get where monk Myung-chul is coming from when he advises Bong-pal to let Hyun-ji go. On the surface everything seems perfect — she’s not dead, she’s awake and healthy, and seems to be starting to return Bong-pal’s feelings. So why shouldn’t they be together? But Myung-chul knows that Bong-pal is in danger from Hye-sung, and that Hyun-ji is, or was, somehow tangled up with the demonic thing. If Bong-pal stays away from Hyun-ji, it could help keep her safe from harm if (or as Myung-chul most likely believes, when) they are forced to confront Hye-sung again. Myung-chul knows that the demon is after Bong-pal for some reason, so his advice to break things off with Hyun-ji really is for her own safety.

But watching Bong-pal and Hyun-ji begin to have a normal human relationship is just so adorable and satisfying, and I didn’t even know how much I wanted to see that. Neither of them has really had that much of a regular teenage experience, and they’re both inexperienced in different ways. I love seeing Bong-pal pursue Hyun-ji like any boy would pursue any girl he likes, with nothing odd or unusual about their relationship as it stands now. And Hyun-ji is finally letting him in, and realizing that it’s possible that she does know him already. After seeing them grow to care for one another under insane circumstances, there’s just something so heart-warming about watching them get to know each other like any other young people would.

The sheer normalcy of their friendship as it is now, is the very thing that makes it so magical. Even the misunderstandings keeping them apart — Hyun-ji’s jealousy over Seo-yeon and Bong-pal’s fallback to grumpiness at thinking that she might be better off without him — are just so normal. I do miss their adorable camaraderie when they were a powerhouse human/ghost exorcism team, but I can’t help but remember Hyun-ji’s deep longing to be alive. So although their relationship has taken a few steps backwards and they will need to learn to navigate their way back to each other all over again, I’m just so happy for Hyun-ji that she’s getting to experience romance and dating like any other young woman.

That’s not to say that I’m not eager, and also worried, for the time when she gets her memories back. Remembering her time as a ghost, and why she was in that area when her accident happened, is going to open a whole can of worms and bring things to a head with Hye-sung. Now that he knows who had his “whatever” last, he’s not going to leave Hyun-ji alone until he gets it. And that would be bad enough if she wasn’t trying to come to grips with her new ability to see ghosts. So for Hyun-ji’s sake I hope Bong-pal doesn’t take Myung-chul’s advice, and that he tells her that he can see ghosts, too. Because Hyun-ji living a normal life is a ship that’s already sailed, and what she needs now is someone who truly understands what she’s going through.

 
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Kyaaa ... It's here....!

Thank you Lollipop for the recap.

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? ottoke.. Sorry for typo, Lollypip.
I swear it is the autocorrect.

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I feel for you.
I once had a spell-checker change "Voldemort" into "Demoralizer". Which he kinda was, actually.

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This show is so good that I feel the difference of Hyun Ji as a ghost and Hyun Ji as a human, though sweet and tame as a ghost that's due to her limited nature. But Hyun Ji back from the semi dead is just so alive, in your face and her personality is so 3D. PDnim made sure we felt that. Kim So Hyun is so cute, But still exudes a young charm that I'm do glad it's Taecyeon here to handle that, coz am pretty sure he is so used to young girls fawning all over him, he's really older Oppa mode offcam.
But am falling in love with TaecYeon.

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I agree that this has been a good show and I am glad I did not miss it.

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"why don´t we get you a personal veterinarian?" what a normal thing to say to someone. that is just so "lamp" - I cant express it in english even. we say taken from a lamp when something cant make sense if it tried

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Yes! Like what the heck!? He volunteeres at the hospital to do dog therphy. Okay...I can get behind that logic.
Jump too, hey this volunteer who has a degree in veterinary science is going to be your personal psychologist???

I'm confused. That's say he has two doctorate degrees (not plausible but possible); one in veterinary science, the other in psychology. Since when did he get on the hospital pay roll?

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Whatever happened to Happy-the-white-dog? (Therapy dog)

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5 creepy growls from our evil vet for this episode. Not that I want to keep tabs. Heh. But I am. Heh.

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My hub and I were watching this. (I hate it when I have to "defend" stupid K-Drama writing.)
"Why doesn't he just text, 'your mom doesn't like me' or 'you mom asked that I stay away?'"
I don't know. Maybe for dramatic tension?
"Why didn't his 'uncle' mention his professor/vet/therapist was evil? Why when he said, 'leave the girl who used to be a ghost alone because remembering she used to be a ghost would be too traumatic, BUT LETTING AN EVIL ENTITY VET KILL HER would be---I don't know--okay?"

AUGH! I really like this show. I could answer my husband's questions "how can a ghost drown?" with "that's the rules in this show." But I'm getting tired of saying, "the rules for this show dictate that Monks are stupid, and noble idiocy, "I'm going to let her go--even though she might be attacked by ghosts she doesn't understand because her mom doesn't like me."

(I'm not even making sense any longer. Excuse my babbling. It's just--I LIKED this show. I didn't like this episode. People didn't act in a believable manner--except for the cameo, the cop, and the silly twins.)

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Ha, your husband is making too much sense. Don't let him watch boys over flowers.

Also, the actor playing the monk went from playing a frustratingly annoying character in one drama to another equally frustratingly annoying character in the next. I fear the next project he's in, I'm going to hate his character right off the bat.

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I suppose a true (or old-fashioned) gentleman wouldn't say things, even the truth, that may cause conflict or unpleasantness between mother and daughter.

As for the monk, he has been trying to protect Bong Pal by telling him very little about the demon. It's a habit he doesn't feel the need to break.

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Honestly think am enjoying this show so much coz I have no expectation plot-wise. I started this show fresh from being slightly burned by OHYA, half-burned by Lucky Romance, and burned to a crisp by MoTW (even tried "defending" the plot to myself, and just ended up feeling very bitter), and promised myself not to have high expectation so won't get so disappointed by a drama ever again, and ended up loving this show despite the plot colander.
It's the charm of this show that most of the viewers/comments here keep poking fun at them holes, but lovingly :)

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This show is really fun. The plot holes don't really bother me in this drama, because it doesn't take itself to seriously to being with. Having said that, some of the glaring holes or weird character motivations are almost unintentionally laughable.

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I got burnt to a crisp by Lucky Romance too. And this monk was in it too, irritating!!!

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Yes! It's really bothering me that the monk hasn't warned either of them about the demon professor. It makes no sense!

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I AGREE! We all know there will be consequences of him not opening his mouth to warn them about the crazy evil thing!!!!!! -_-
But....I suppose no drama there if they know it right away...(?)

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THANK YOU !!! I was wondering why he did not warn Bong Pal about vet guy. Instead of providing dating advices he should have done that.

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Although I'm not watching this with my husband, I agree completely. Bong Pal not telling Hyun Ji why he wouldn't talk to her, the monk Myung Chul"s advice to Bong Pal about leaving Hyun Ji to live her own life, tt was so frustrating. Mr. Monk apparently thought it better to keep them in the dark about the evil circling in for the kill.
Hyun Ji's mom was annoying as well. As others have said she should have been happy that HJ had a friend rather than just tossing him out. It's the writer's fault, not the actors.

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I'm with you Lollypip on Hyun-ji's mother not liking Bong Pal. What is her deal? I can see if he did something offensive towards her or Hyun-ji but he had been nothing but respectful to her and her daughter. But she is giving the man who is possessed by a ghost and the one who almost and WANTS to murder her daughter the green light?

I am glad Bong Pal's noble idiocy lasted for less then half a episode. Hyun-ji and Bong Pal are ADORABLE together and now that she can see ghosts too, he definitely needs to be there for her. I loved the scene where she dragged him out of the bar. I'm sure it was something ghost Hyun-ji wanted to do often! lol

And they have really up the creep factor on Hye-sung these past few episodes. That cat story gave me goosebumps!

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*upped

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I kinda understood her mom's hesitantly. This strange guy comes around acting like he knows and /or likes your daughter who in no way knows him (because he has been, you know....in a coma) I would be weary no matter how cute the guy is ( and dang it if Bong Pal isn't just the cutest) ??

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When the naive (it's idiot really) mother trope card is used, that is usually followed by: the mother-daughter squabble, the guilt trip, the break-up with my daughter or else speech, the proxy eligible suitor, the arranged marriage, the you-have-no-choice epiphany and the 24-48hr break-up.

It's a really tedious process, I just hope they don't go with this. I've watched too many dramas with mothers and parents intervening for the useless, shameless and dumbest reasons of all.

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In this drama so far we have met the following famous K-drama troupes:

1. Truck/ car of doom - the one that ran Hyun Ji over
2. Amnesia
3. Meddling mother

Yet to appear ...

4. Noble idiot .... Bong Pal trying to avoid Hyun Ji and let go of her in this episode is kinda half a noble idiot :)

5. Birth secrets ... what with the nutty professor? May be he is like Tom Riddle half human half beast. Just say ....

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I think the problem here is caused by cultural norms. If an American guy was in Bong Pal's situation he would have politely talked back to the mother. "I think there's a misunderstanding, your daughter didn't faint with me. I happened to be nearby as I was leaving from my visit, and heard her squeal and came running, and she was passed out. I just brought her back to the room." Instead he just shut up.

Lack of communication is the root of so many drama problems, and the more of them I watch the more irritated I get by it.

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I actually don't find Hyun Ji's mothers reaction to Bong Pal weird at all. Of course she is cautious when a strange guy shows up in your daughters room and claims to be her friend and then your daughter straight up says "No I don't know this guy" but then he keeps showing up. Followed by her daughter doing a 180 and hanging out with him after just days before she was clearly cautious around him.

And it isn't like Hyun Ji's mom knows the Dr is a murderer all she knows is he is a polite doctor who is well respected who her daughter instantly warmed up to.

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Moms actions are totally reasonable, I'd be on the fence too if a stranger is lurking around my daughter and claiming to know her. Still, it's soooooo annoying to watch as a viewer. Stupid, stupid obstacle! I hate "mom bumps" on the rode to happiness.

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I understood Mom's intention of trying to protect her daughter who had fainted the day before, and she didn't want to take any precautions.

What I didn't understand was why that same mom left her daughter home alone on the same day to visit Hyun Ji's uncle? That was way worse. Hyun Ji was all alone, and by the same logic, the mom should've been super careful about that.

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Let us not forget that it's not only drama-land but South Korea land. The mom sees Bong Pal as a penniless student and not worthy of her daughter, including the fact that he was there when she fainted (and might have been responsible for it). Hyun Ji's mom is one of the most reasonable and nicest moms in k-drama land, but she's still practical and defending her little girl. My mom did the same thing when a 19 year old student hung around me too much when I was 16. She succeeded in driving him away and he is now a Fortune 500 CEO. Oh brother! Parents are constantly in defense mode and kids in Korea (especially) still listen to and respect their parents. It's a totally unknown thing for us here in America. *sigh*

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I'm just glad that Bong-pal is really bad at noble idiocy.

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and that Hyun Ji is really good at making him know who's the boss xD

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Thank god! If it weren't for Hyun-ji's ingenious wrist grab, I'd be very unhappy that I watched almost entire hour of it.

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I, too, am so glad this drama doesn't drag on crazy (idiocy) longer than half an episode!

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Or, dunno, maybe noble idiocy is actually necessary for the wrist grab to take full effect?

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;) in that case....I'm uber thankful for the idiocy ;)

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I felt like that kiss smacked right on my lips.?
Why did you kick him,girl? He was being fresh, but hey, that's hotness right there.

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Ditto! Felt the kiss too. I'm not too sure whether if it's due to the bravery of BP to swoop in first or due to the spunkiness when HJ wrist-grabbed BP and made the kiss upped a notch.

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I know they tried to explain it, but I still don't get how Hye-sung , a veterinarian, was chosen to be her counselor...

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I know! I dont get it either! How can a vet be a psychologist councilor for amnesia/waken from coma patient? even if he is used to treating amnesiac dogs, this just makes no sense to me.
Lazy writing -- No face from W will haunt this writer now

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Love it! We now have a villain to sick on all the lazy writers who drive us nuts.

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Yes. It's not like she's even remotely a dog :)

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I absolutely love Bongji Couple! ?

I love how HJ snatched BPs hand away from SY! And how she totally told him to continue pursuing her even though she doesnt remember! And when she whacked his injury -hahaha!

And yey for BP for being such a smart boy! Swoony kiss! ??I absolutely love them together!!

I hope the meddling mom scenario doesnt play out too long. I just cant stand it. Ok so at first your daughter says she doesnt recognize him but heck she has amnesia duh. He's gorgeous, clean, polite, in a good school, cooks, cleans, super cute, super sweet, works out, smart, buys gifts, super cute and super sweet and cooks and ... Wait, did i say those things already? ??

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I loved the wrist grab!

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Finally I get to see a Girl-Wrist-Grab-the-Boy, and I think MyLoveBongBong loves it bwahaha. It's so super awesome to see a girl stake a claim on her guy!
BTW, my fav couple now is Chun-sang and In-rang, absolutely cuties!

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THAT'S RIGHT GIRL! GRAB HIM AND DON'T LET GO!!! lol.... loved the reversal as LP points out. SO MUCH LOVE for the Bongji couple! So kewt together.

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I LOVE it that Hyun-ji is not a whimpering idiot and that she KNOWS what she wants and TAKES it!!! You go girl!!!

"You said that you're my bf! So why are you looking at other girls?" Other kdrama heroines should learn from her, cos real world or reel world, the men often do not get it!They think being noble idiots make them more macho!

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I know right! She didn't just sit there to sulk and cry that some other girl picked her guy's call. She marched in there and yanked him off. My kind of girl... Wrist grab for the win ^^

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I loooved that she skipped the sulking just like that and went for her guy. It was so damn adorable! And her little rant was a nice combination of fresh confrontation (the girl can speak her mind! omg! kdrama fourth wall just broke down!) and some petty jealousy. I was floating somewhere in seventh heaven with Bong-pal.

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I absolutely loved that she grabbed him and hauled him away from the other girl! :D

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me too! and She did it all with class. She even got the drunk girl a taxi to take her home.

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I get Hyun Ji's mother being overprotective towards her. After all, she just woke up from coma after five years, resulted from hit-and-run accident. I am not shocked if her mother lock her in her house, because she afraid same thing would happen to her again. Glad that doesn't happen.

On the other hand, instead of being protective I think her mother just like Bong Pal lesser in general. Why? Because she likes the professor a lot more as the best 'catch' for her daughter. That's bias, although I am annoyed at that, but since she doesn't know Bong Pal as well as we all do, I decided to let it go. But there's nothing she can do to stop Hyun Ji from seeing Bong Pal anyways, especially with Hyun Ji's newfound ability.

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Well, I would explain BP behavior more as being indifferent out of confusion then being noble idiocy. I mean all he did was ignore text message from her other things can be explained as Jealously. I mean he himself went on help her with the class location and all. To be honest I think BP char dosent ha ve enough experience of relationship. Before HJ all his relationship are broken and use to be alone and far from society. So when two imp ppl said to him to be away frm HJ he was confused. I expect him to be. But it's great it didn't last long, it was well written and apt to char personalities and also well played by both leads.

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This show is so addicting I keep coming back for more, the only thing that worries me is how to defeat that evil prof/vet? I hope our resident monk is still alive after ep 14 BP needs him more than ever

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Maybe something similar to what happened to Oh My Ghostess..since the prof was also possessed by an evil spirit. BP just need to kick him out of him. LOL!

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*Slow clap*

and that, girls, is how you get your man back from noble idioticy, lets just make sure we all got it:

On the situation the said idiot goes out for drinks with his ex-crush

1. at the first sign that he's breathing the same air she is, you should not just make a hurt face and misunderstand, GO AND DO SOMETHING! TAKE A CAB AND GO SEE FOR YOURSELF

2. After confirming the said Idiot is indeed with the other girl, you go there and make it very VERY V-E-R-Y clear he's taken, send the girl home with all the dignity of a queen

3. Then you beat the crap out of him

Dramaland needs Hyun Ji to start giving classes to some of our leading ladies out there. "Some" being 99% of them.

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Hyun Ji is very anti kdrama lead - I love it!

The wrist grab is so refreshing!

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Ahh, that wrist grab refreshed my soul. I'm a whole new fangirl after that xD

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Yes!
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That's just what I was thinking! My favorite scene in this drama thus far.

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This reverse wrist grabbing was A MAZING!!! My absolutely favorite scene in this drama and that's saying something because there are just too many and these two are so darn cute!

LOVE LOVE LOVE that this drama is twisting and making all the common tropes and cliches refreshing to watch!!! who agrees with me!?

<3 Kim So Hyun- how she's able to do a 180 facial expression just within the few seconds of that phone call to Bong Pal (Seoyeon Sunbae)...man...mad respect!

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I felt this episode kind of dragged except for the whole part where Hyun Ji kicked ass and got her man back!

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Yup! Something about not seeing the two....felt draggy...(even though I logically knew that they needed to move along the big evil guy plot)
In fact, before this particular scene came on, I was telling a friend that I think they need more screen time/i'm kinda bored....then this scene and subsequent scenes (~last 8minute) saved it....imho

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@Alessar

Felt the same way. Actually been feeling like this for a while. Kinda wish it was a twelve-episode drama. I love the couple, the twins, the monk etc, but things can happen at a faster pace.

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Ahhh..yes..the calm before the storm.

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Meh for meddling parent/parental figure and hooray for meddling detectives! Previous episode trailer made me think there won't be any cute romance for this episode, so glad it wasn't the case. Just the fact that they text each other to sleep makes me so happy since it's so "normal". Hooray for the "wrist-grab reversal"!
For a ghost drama, it's kinda funny that the investigation is down-to-earth procedural of collecting evidence and witnesses, but I can live with that... So am guessing that Dad gave the "thing" to Hyun-ji; wondering whether she was actually on her way to meet Bong-pal to hand the "thing" over when Hye-sung's car of doom hit.

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I love everyone's reaction to Hyun Ji taking charge. I felt the same way when I saw that scene. Yes, girl, yes! this is how kdrama girls should be acting!

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Now that's how you pull a graceful bitch slap on tv..

3 shots of Soju to my girl, Hyun-ji!

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It's drives me crazy why didn't Myung Chul tell Bong Pal that Hye Sung had Hyun Ji's school ID? Isn't he dumb and doesn't think it's real peculiar? It should have set off bells and whistles. I want to smack him on the side of his head...
Supposedly, Hye Sung did not know Hyun Ji until she was a hospital patient..So why is he acting too familiar?
Also, Hyun Ji's mom is so annoying. Bong Pal was there when Hyun Ji fainted, and he called for help. Why is she treating him as a pariah? She should have been thanking him instead of telling him to get lost.
Bong Pal should just tell Hyun Ji the truth about her ability to see ghosts because sooner or later, the ghosts are going to popping up from everywhere.

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"Supposedly, Hye Sung did not know Hyun Ji until she was a hospital patient."

Nope. He can see ghosts so he's known about her since the first time she went to class with Bong-pal.

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Love the fire in Hyun Ji's personality! If Bong Pal knows how to get his girls heart (lot's and lot's of food) , Hyun Ji sure knows how to get her man back in line, who by the way is being a total idiot right now-by laying her feelings right there on the table- leaving no room for doubt. Ha!

And the kick after the kiss was the killer! haha I love how she doesn't get all swoony and manages to keep her cool.

I love this couple!

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Great Chemistry - wholesome and entertaining

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Hyun-Ji's mother is really gonna regret thanking the Professor for being so "helpful", that man is evil all around oh my, pretty ironic she talks about the hit-and-run suspect being the worst as she's sat in the backseat of the culprit.

I'm so happy that police officer hasn't stopped investigating the Professor, they're slowly making progress, baby steps is key to finding out the truth.
In Rang and Chun Sang are such clowns haha, I love that their trying their hardest to find the culprit

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....and we'd all be here sipping our tea with the evil grin on our faces when she realizes Hye sung is the real monster.

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At the pace of where the drama heading, I'm pretty sure she will remember when her soul was wondering around with Bong Pal. And eventually she will fight ghost with him. But I am super curious how Hyun Ji linked with Bong Pal, and of course their parents. Do they know each other even before? And when will Hyun Ji remember back her past and why she took "something" from the temple?

Nonetheless, I love how obsessive Hyun Ji is towards Bong Pal. Love is in the air!

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she would probably remember her spirit wandering self with another trip to the amusement park particularly the ferris wheel - remember she went back here after she 'disappeared' from BP's life

-5 years before during exam week HJ visited the temple for good luck and she randomly chanced upon BP's dad while trying to retrieve her wife's belongings which includes the 'thing' (probably the beaded bracelet on a pouch); i think BP's dad saw the evil vet nearing the temple and out of sheer panic gave it to Hyun Ji with a note to meet someplace else. So in a way, indirectly what caused HJ to have an accident and be in a coma is because of BP's dad (the link perhaps that you are wondering about) by giving her the 'thing'. I do believe though that Bon Pal might blame himself for this which is sad.

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I enjoy watching this drama however it looks like it will almost end. for now thanks for the entertainment, its wholesome. that counter scene it looks it was very expensive considering the cameo role of one very famous actress.

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Nothing change with Hyun Ji just only her memories . But the attitude when she was a ghost before was still the same ..hahaha. Chasing around Bong Pal is her habits anyway..

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The professor is less darker than the one from Oh My ghostess

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that wrist grab though, totally love it!! you go girl!!

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I totally love how Hyun Ji was like hands off bi**h, he's mine with the wrist grab. This episode was too cute but the ghost on her bed though, friggn scary.

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Our girl handled pretty well for seeing that ghost on the bed. I mean, I'll totally freak out, peed in my pants or faint right out.

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A lot of cute things happened in this episode. But it is just me or the ghost in KHJ's bedroom scene is heart-attack inducing? I literally jumped out of my seat and at the same time doing screaming contest with Hyun Ji. It's so freaking scary!

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I was kinsa looking forward to Seo Hyun Jin's cameo... but... it lasted like 10 secs????

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Yeah, and to top it all off it was for PPL! (that must be some jewelry brand in SK, right?)
I'll file this wasted cameo right next to Yoo Ah-in's in DotS.

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Yes, or maybe 12 secs by the time it took her to turn around? The bts cuts with SHJ looked cute. Hope they get subbed somewhere!

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*deep sigh*
Our resident evil is just burning these things when everyone's seen her ID and all. Do we need to start a tutorial for him on how to do bad things and do them well.

For the love of all that's good, what the hell is 'that thing'. I'd flip if it ends up being a stone/rock :|

when Hyun ji said 'I can see ghost' I chuckled. Hunnay, you don't just see them you fight them too. Hug maybe?

I'm starting to think our resident evil needs a second lead drama heroine or a truck of doom in his life.

LOOL. Chun sang came with the banner idea and I was about praising him for the great idea till I saw what they did with it. In Rang and Chun sang belong together.

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For the love of all that’s good, what the hell is ‘that thing’.

It is a "MacGuffin."

It's the "thing" everyone in a drama or book is looking for--or to have.

The holy grail, Titanic's necklace, statue of a falcon, a crystal skull, or in Bring It, Ghost. . .the evil entity vet's lost library card.

Evil Vet entity: I've been wanting to check out books for 15 years! Too bad all you people had to die!

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"evil vet's lost library card"!!! hahhaa!

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It makes you wonder if helpful veterinarian/ psychologist has been bumping people off at hospitals before.

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Lol. In rang and Chun sang bromance tho. They are too silly. Can we have them in the next reply me series or School. I just need them in my life

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I second your idea, excellent! I know I'm not ready to say goodbye to them yet!

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They could have their own little webdrama.

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Spot on! I will miss the two adorable idiots. Their buffoonery keeps me entertained the whole time, and I keep asking for more.

Kudos to the actors playing In rang and Chun sang, I feel like they're doing above and beyond what the script calls for.

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I haven't finish watching this ep but I have to say, this alive Hyun Ji is the sassy Hyun Ji I've been waiting for since the drama was announced! Totally the epitome of how a girl in relationship should be, bossing around when your boyfriend is having some odd "behaviors". The way Hyun Ji changed her gaze when she heard a girl voice from Bong Pal phone, to how she snatched Bong Pal wrist and took him away, haha I can not stop admiring our Hyun Ji!

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i think i know what happened!! hyun ji did have the thing that will destroy the professor, but during the accident the thing merged with her (or something happened before the accident and they merged), that's why she has the ability to see ghost's weaknesses, it's an ability acquired from the thing (might be the bead, but who knows). which is also why the professor couldn't find it even though he took all her belongings, cuz it's actually hyun ji herself/part of her now. she is/will be an essential part for destroying the professor cuz she has the ability to see his weakness too (maybe not in his human form)

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Despite his 2PM beast idol image (My House MV, I'm looking at you), Taecyeon is really just a puppy. This series totally proves it.

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after watching different variety shows and prgrms he was in, i will say he has multiple personalities. how can he be dorky, cute, sweet, smart, tough, hot, cool and everything at the same time.

whenever i watch bring it on ghost ep i hav the urge to go back and watch real2pm and wildbunny

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I love how they made real!HyunJi look a bit older than ghost!HyunJi. I keep forgetting that she was supposed to be older than BongPal by a year(?). Especially on that scene where she visited the university. For a while, I really saw her older and mature.

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That's it?!!!Seo Hyun Ji's cameo? I will be devastated if it's the same for Yoon Doojoon.

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I'm trying to keep my cool, but I'm already a little too hyped about Yoon Do-joon's cameo, so...Is tiny and memorable really that much to ask?

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Yep, that's it. Kut.:( I thought there would be some sort of storyline for her like with Jin Yi-han's.

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The Chun-sang/In-rang "music video" made by the actors who play them: https://www.instagram.com/p/BJZ2HJ_hwhf/ <3 <3 <3

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Lol, those two!

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haha, thanks for sharing! My toddler was entranced by their swaying heads.

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Why do we need to see that someone drank TEN HUGE BEERS (yeah I counted) to realize they are drunk or like 200000 soju bottles. Like I’m well and good after max five beers and I’m pretty good at drinking (hehehehehe).

Also I realized through this episode how much I missed Hyun-ji hitting Bong-pal. Ah the love…

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I'm with you, @the-basketcase. I'm a lifelong experienced drinker and I do love Soju but less than HALF a bottle is my limit and then I'm toast. How these little girls handle 4-6 bottles is beyond me! I went to Korea last year and had a blast, including dinners out in tents on the street in the business neighborhoods where I got to witness, first-hand- the reality of drunk Koreans staggering home in the arms of their friends. It's a real thing. They have livers of steel - and knees of Gumby iron!

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Product placement question: both Bong Pal and Hyun Ji can charge their phones completely in a matter of seconds. Is this a function of their phones or their chargers? And if it's their chargers, where can I buy said charger?

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Yeah, that was a good one! Was cute how they were charging in sync.

I actually don't mind the PPL this ep - the pendant for "lovers who are meant to be together" etc. Especially now that Hyun Ji can see ghosts too!

Just like how they made a great ghost-fighting duo (she could see the ghosts' vital points and he could whoop their ass), maybe we need the combo of HJ's new ghost-seeing ability plus BP's in order to defeat Hye Sung (or whatever's bugging him).

Now she just needs to remember her martial arts skills. You can do it, Hyun Ji! Just look at all those trophies!

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That kiss tho! A kiss like that would turn my brain into rainbow-colored goo and my legs would turn into mush I wouldn't know how to kick a shin :) Hooray for KHY's spunk! I love her?

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Sh*****tt....AGREE...the kiss took me completely by surprise...TvN is definitely pushing their limits LOL!
and from what I am reading on Naver....Knetz LOVED IT! lol!

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I think Bong Pal was considering taking the monk's advice and letting Hyun Ji go when she was hanging out with her friends and he realised that he was no longer her only friend, and that he was back to being the lonely "outcast". *heartbreak*

But then this awesome girl firmly stakes her claim as his girlfriend, leaving absolutely no room for doubt!

Of course, Bong Pal would be the first to understand the hardships her new ghostseeing ability/curse will bring her, since it took him many years to adjust to his own situation, but as LollyPip said, at least they're in it together!

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Hi, does anyone know the name of the song that played duing the ending credits of this episode?

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i wanna know too!!

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I find it interesting that a girl can do wrist grab and it is cool? Yet when a guy does it for some it is not. Loving all the comment but I really need to know what the entity is. Can not wait still next week?

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I don't speak on behalf of everyone, but this is just my opinion. That reverse wrist-grabbing scene was just very refreshing to watch. It nips the will they/won't they situation right in the butt. As an avid KDRAMA watcher since the early 2000s, it's very rare to see the lead woman take charge in terms of her romantic situation. It's more common for said woman to sulk in misunderstandings and make sad faces, where the misunderstanding drags on for a couple of episodes, if not more.
In terms of the wrist grabbing thing by the men in dramaland- Well, the action is supposed to be this grand romantic gesture, but really, it's sometimes frustrating to watch. At times, this display of macho-ness feels like the taking away of the women's agency. It's as if she can't actually think and choose for herself about what she wants to do in certain situations. It plays into the damsel in distress trope that I really don't like, especially when the woman lead can usually do so many other things on her own. (hrm, this explanation turned out to be much longer, so I am going to stop here.) Hope it provides some insight? :) Happy watching!

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There is rarely an episode where I agree with so many of the comments:
1: Cameo was too short.
2: Wrist grab & kick were a pleasant change from kdrama normal.
3: Mom is being logical in-drama but annoying to viewers.
4: Monk needs to tell somebody. It's not like there's any danger that his knowledge might die with him or anything.

Time to coin a new term "Silent Idiot".

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Oooh we see Seo Yeon again aaaaaaand she LIKES the vet? No wonder she keeps following him around. That's a bit unsettling tho for her to have feelings for someone at least 10 years older than her. I like tho how she was there to incite jealousy from Hyun Ji but I hope she stays in the last few episodes and doesn't get perma benched. You better stay away from Hye Sung tho after he has rejected you because find out something you're not supposed to know and you're going to get yourself killed.

Finally things are going well for Detective Yang. The dumb and dumber couple's request to investigate the hit and run, Myung Chul's suspicion, and the Hyun Joo murder case all points to Hye Sung and Detective Yang is close to getting to the truth now that he has most of the pieces together. Can't express enough how he's the best K-drama detective I've seen.

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did anyone know the song tittle at the ending?..?? tell me juseyo

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Write a comment...it's good that hyun-ji and bong-pal are having a normal relationship now.

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hah totally knew Seo Yeon was gonna confess her feelings! it was pretty obvious she liked him since she gave him that fountain pen. ughh I hope the monk doesn't die D:

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