‘Park Bo-young’


Drama Recaps
Oh My Ghostess: Episode 8
by | July 25, 2015 | 314 Comments
I’m such a fool for this show right now. It’s just found that pitch-perfect groove of story, performances, and heart, and I’ve gone from finding it sweet and fun to falling for it completely. The key is really in the relationship between ghost and host, and today we see the potential for what began as... More »


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Oh My Ghostess: Episode 7
by | July 24, 2015 | 147 Comments
I love it I love it I love it. I was thoroughly enjoying this show already, but today’s episode takes everything to that perfect place—perfect in its balance of funny and heartfelt, heightening of stakes, growth of feelings, and approach to the conflict. As much as I loved the characters and feeling behind the show,... More »


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Oh My Ghostess: Episode 6
by | July 18, 2015 | 171 Comments
Snap, crackle, and pop. Well our ghostess sure doesn’t waste any time. At this point, we’d be disappointed if she did, right? She’s always been about making the most of her precious remaining time, which makes sense given that she has the benefit of hindsight and is full of regrets about dying young. But today... More »


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Oh My Ghostess: Episode 5
by | July 17, 2015 | 131 Comments
Bong-sun’s back! It’s great to have our heroine back in her body, even if her brain is still a few weeks behind and struggling to make sense of all the crazy she’s now in the middle of. But even with her soul back behind the wheel, that doesn’t mean an end to her problems, especially... More »


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Oh My Ghostess: Episode 4
by | July 11, 2015 | 206 Comments
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... More »


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Oh My Ghostess: Episode 3
by | July 10, 2015 | 82 Comments
Oh my goodness, this drama is too freaking cute. More specifically, it’s Park Bo-young who’s ridiculously adorable, somehow managing to be simultaneously hilarious and sympathetic while never getting annoying. She’s aided by a great synchronicity with Kim Seul-gi, bubbly and energetic in similar ways, though you could argue that’s just more demonstration of acting skill.... More »


Drama Recaps
Oh My Ghostess: Episode 2
by | July 4, 2015 | 139 Comments
The second episode really brings the comedy into play, now that our wallflower heroine has been taken over by a ghostly presence with an unquenchable thirst for all things male. It’s hard to even call it innuendo when she’s just openly drooling, leering, and grabbing to her heart’s content. I guess when you’ve already died... More »


Drama Recaps
Oh My Ghostess: Episode 1
by | July 3, 2015 | 89 Comments
Ha! The first episode of Oh My Ghostess is mostly setup, and since a lot of the setup was previously provided to us in the promo rounds, you could say there aren’t too many narrative surprises. But the first episode still pulls out a quirky, interesting mix of humor and introspectiveness, with characters who stir... More »


Drama Casting & News
Finger hearts and first kisses for Oh My Ghostess
by | June 29, 2015 | 31 Comments
Oh My Ghostess premieres this weekend (yay), and the cast showed up to their press conference on the afternoon of June 29 to introduce the show, talk about their characters, and, of course, take pretty pretty pictures. Among the many reasons this drama has been attracting pre-show buzz is the fact that this will be... More »


Drama Casting & News
Boy-crazy ghostess runs amok in tvN’s Oh My Ghostess
by | June 22, 2015 | 48 Comments
Muahaha, Kim Seul-gi’s ghostess character definitely comes out the winner in this deal: She gets to possess Park Bo-young’s body, run around town living out every single one of her wildest boy-crazy wishes, and doesn’t have to deal with any of the consequences afterward. There’s gotta be a catch, right? Oh right, I guess the... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
Park Bo-young gets sent to boarding school where girls go missing
by | June 16, 2015 | 36 Comments
I would normally be way too chicken to watch a movie about girls who disappear from a boarding school, but this one calls itself mystery and not horror, which makes me think I could brave it. The movie, called Kyungsung School: Missing Girls (also known as The Silenced) looks stylish and creepy in an intriguing... More »