Sure, it's a bit early in the fall broadcast TV season to declare a series dead -- unless that show is called "Ten Days in the Valley" or "Me, Myself & I" -- but the inquiring minds need to know what's in line to get the boot.
The actors/actresses “gelled” together very well that they were performing in concert with each other (much like when Chef Kang likened cooking with conducting an orchestra), resulting in a story that was captivating & well-put together.The plot covered a lot of life lessons, evoked deep emotions, inspired soul-searching.Na Bong-Sun (Park Bo-Young) works as an assistant chef.Because of her timid personality and low self-esteem, she doesn't have any friends. Even though he is popular with women, he has yet to get over his ex-girlfriend.I'm from the UK and I am enjoying watching a lot of these KDramas, I find the humour very much like our own This drama was half good, half terribly awful.
The parts between the ghost, Bong Sun, and the chef were fine.
Since she was a child, she has been able to ghosts because of her shaman grandmother. He begins to notice Na Bong-Sun after her sudden change. Currently watching ep.4 One thing that’s slightly uncomfortable, what she’s doing is sexual assault.
One day, she becomes possessed by seductress ghost Shin Soon-Ae. If the roles were reversed people would react completely different. didnt think this is a drama with such well written plot, the story also progress nicely.
when soon ae was so provocative it was really annoyed the chef too.
And the outer appearance also has to do something here.
However the plotlines dealing with the ghost's past were riddled with holes, inconsistencies, and were quite frankly unrealistic. Each actor/actress was well-suited to his/her role.