I’m not sure why I’m not addicted to Korean drama this year, however, I couldn’t ignore the Hong Sisters’ new drama so I checked it out and ended up having so much fun watching the lead couple starring So Ji Sub and Gong Hyo Jin bicker away the hour, episode after episode, and the bodyguard (Seo In Guk) was a plus, of course.
So far, the execution was very well done, the ghost popping up was highly (really) effective. The story is about Tae Gong Sil (Gong Hyo Jin) who has the ability to see ghosts after an accident, and Joo Joong Won (So Ji Sub) who believes (or wants to believe) only what he sees. The strange thing is whenever she touches his body, the ghosts will disappear, and together they will try to find out the truth behind his tragic incident in the past (or may be hers too).
Six episodes in and I’m still fine with the story, and hope the back story of how and why the ghosts would disappear every time she touches him won’t be too sad. Unless the writing turns sour on me (*cough* BIG *cough*), I’m pretty sure the leads will keep me tuning in every Wed-Thu 🙂
Gummy – Day and Night
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2013-Aug-07 to 2013-Oct-3
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 22:00 (KST)