Tae-jin, a patrol officer, gets into an accident while investigating a case, and his soul gets separated from his body. He is desperate to solve the case and return to his beloved ...
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Tae-jin, a patrol officer, gets into an accident while investigating a case, and his soul gets separated from his body. He is desperate to solve the case and return to his beloved girlfriend, but is at his wits' end as a wandering spirit. Unexpectedly Tae-jin discovers someone who can see him, but it is none other than his archfoe and neighbor Jang-su, who runs a judo studio.
Wonderful Ghost or Soul-mate, was entertaining. It wasn't as much of a comedy as it was quite dramatic and kind of sad. The story was predictable, as well as the twists, to the point where you're going to keep saying to the main character "please, don't!" knowing very well what is going to happen next. However, the performances were really good, especially from the two leads, and the story was enjoyable, although leaned towards the melodrama side rather the comedy side. So, seven out of ten.
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