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Bring It On, Ghost 

Ssawooja Gwishina (original title)
A cohabitation comedy about a ghost of a high school girl who has been dead for 5 years and an exorcist college boy with the ability to see and hear ghosts. What he's discovered over the ... See full summary »
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Taecyeon ...  Park Bong-pal 16 episodes, 2016
Kim So-Hyun ...  Kim Hyeon-ji 16 episodes, 2016
Lee Da-wit ...  Kim In-rang 16 episodes, 2016
Kang Ki-Young ...  Choi Cheon-sang 16 episodes, 2016
Kim Sang-Ho ...  monk Myung-cheol 16 episodes, 2016
Kwon Yul ...  Joo Hye-seong 16 episodes, 2016
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A cohabitation comedy about a ghost of a high school girl who has been dead for 5 years and an exorcist college boy with the ability to see and hear ghosts. What he's discovered over the years is that he can touch them and fight them off, so when he's in need of a part-time job and can't find one that pays well enough, he starts putting ads online as an exorcist for hire. His ad: "Will face off with your ghosts. Chances of winning: virgin ghosts 80%, bachelor ghosts 40%, child ghosts 97%, the rest 50%." One night he goes out on the job and faces off with a schoolgirl ghost, and during the fight, they accidentally kiss and sparks fly. Written by MyDramaList

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11 year age difference between male and female leads. See more »

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The sidekicks were the show!
23 January 2020 | by chilligrrlSee all my reviews

I didn't realise going into this it was that much of a horror series (the title didn't give it away? Hmmmm). It was an alright base story, not the best in the world and certainly not anywhere near the worst, but the sidekicks made it. The two bromancers, seriously, without them it would be another lame love story. Their humour, facial expressions, dorkiness, loser-ness and charm stole the whole show and they for me were the main story. They get 7 points out of the 8 i gave. Watch it, it's fun, even if you're not into good horror CGI ghosts :)


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South Korea

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Korean

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11 July 2016 (South Korea) See more »

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