Boo Seong-cheol, the producer of popular dramas like She Was Pretty and Signal, has recently come out with his new series Ghost Doctor (고스트 닥터). We got our first look at Ghost Doctor with stills from the set in May, and the drama started filming in late June 2017. Based on the production schedule of previous dramas by Boo Seong-cheol, it’s likely that we’ll see Ghost Doctor air sometime around early 2018! So what can we expect from this upcoming drama? What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

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Is Ghost Doctor a romance?

Filming wrapped in late May. The drama centers around a medical student (Rain) who becomes possessed by a ghost (Uee) after undergoing an experimental surgery that he created with his professor. With her inside him, he can see ghosts, hear their problems, communicate with them and help them to pass on. It’s not a romance in any way—but it does have some supernatural romances to keep things interesting. There’s also an interesting love triangle between a criminal profiler (Kim Bum), Rain’s high school sweetheart from 20 years ago (Son Na-eun) and Uee, his new partner who happens to be a ghost whom he didn’t know existed until now.

What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

What happens Ghost Doctor?

According to my translation, Rain gets his ghost split into two people. One of them is Rain who looks exactly like himself but has higher reasoning power (Rain can use logic). The other one is Rain’s body with weaker reasoning power but have better physical capabilities. And they communicate through a picture frame which connects them together so both sides can hear what each other is saying. What I thought was interesting about how he get his ghost split was that it wasn’t until after he died that his split occurred instead of before he died.

What Boo Seong-cheols Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death
What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

Is there a season 2 of Ghost Doctor?

The good news is there’s a season 2 on its way. The bad news is it will be a little while until we can see it. In South Korea, broadcasting stations usually wait until autumn to announce their upcoming drama schedule. While previous seasons of Ghost Doctor had aired in late December, the second season will premiere in early October, airing every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 (KST). This gives enough time for cast members Kim Bum, Uee, Son Na-eun to prepare for their roles. It also ensures that prior fans of Ghost Doctor won’t miss any episodes. What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

Is Ghost Doctor a comedy?

The show made me think a lot about life. It’s funny but at times it is also very sad. It will definitely leave you with some deep thoughts after watching each episode. Son Na-eun’s acting is really outstanding, she portrays her character so well, I can’t imagine anyone else playing her role except for her. Watching Ghost Doctor gave me insight into how people cope with death. Everyone grieves differently depending on their experiences and personalities. If there is one thing that I’ve learned from watching ghost doctor, it’s that even if we lose someone we love dearly we should not forget to live our lives as fully as possible until our last breath because every moment matters.

Is Ghost Doctor a bromance?

In past interviews, director Boo Seong-cheol has described Ghost Doctor as a bromance. However, for most viewers, such a description would seem like an oversimplification. The love between two men is certainly an important part of their relationship, but it isn’t simply that. In fact, without spoiling anything from episode 1 (which is enough), I would argue that Ghost Doctor is about more than friendship; in fact, it seems to be about many things simultaneously. As with any drama or film that sets out to encompass multiple themes within its narrative (as opposed to choosing one overarching theme), there are inevitably some conflicts or perhaps even contradictions that emerge due to such breadth.

What Boo Seong-cheols Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death
What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

How many episodes does Snowdrop have?

13 episodes. Episode 13 will air on Wednesday, January 9, 2018 at 11 PM KST. The drama is scheduled to take over SBS’s Wed/Thu time slot (same time slot as Signal). Following its run on SBS, Netflix has licensed global streaming rights to Snowdrop in 190 countries, except Korea.

Is Ghost Doctor on Viki?

NO, but it does stream on DramaFever. Watch it there! If you’re in South Korea, you can watch it for free with English subtitles on Jeju Island via SBS. For everyone else, keep reading. There are only a few episodes left to air in South Korea so we recommend going to Dramafever and signing up for their trial (it’s cheap). They also have a huge library of Kdramas that are worth watching. What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

Is Rakuten Viki free?

Rakuten Viki is a streaming platform that allows users to watch Kdramas, Asian TV shows, variety shows, reality TV series and more. The service is free with commercials. The first episode of new dramas are free of charge; however, episodes 2-14 must be purchased. Subscribers get unlimited access to content on all devices including mobile phones and tablets. Content can be viewed in English or Korean subtitles and a payment options include Visa/MasterCard or bank transfer.

What Boo Seong-cheols Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death
What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

Where can I watch Korean dramas for free?

First off, you should check out Dramafever , which allows users to watch Korean dramas for free. You can watch new episodes weekly, daily or via a convenient on-demand service. It also has a lot of shows that aren’t available in many countries, such as Bubblegum, Bad Guys: City of Evil, Blood (2012 film) and Who Are You? These are all great shows you should be watching right now. Another good site to watch Korean dramas is Viki . It has a vast array of Kdramas as well as other Asian television series. Users can either rent them by episode or watch them online on Viki Pass

Is Ghost Doctor on VIU?

Yes, it is. It’s a streaming service that is similar to Netflix but with a major focus on Asian dramas. You can use any device – desktop, mobile or tablet – to watch it, you don’t have to worry about region restrictions and you can access all of their content in one place. There are no ads (unless they use sponsored content) so your only cost will be from your subscription fees ($9.99 USD per month). They also offer a free one-month trial for new users!

Main Cast and characters

Rain Portrays Cha Young-min

Rain Portrays Cha Young-min
Rain Portrays Cha Young-min

Cha Young-min is an elite neurosurgeon that has everything handed to him on a silver platter. He chooses to give it all up, however, when he is diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. After an experimental treatment fails and nearly kills him, Cha emerges in a vegetative state. He is then informed that his condition can be reversed with a new procedure: fusing himself with his dead twin brother’s organs in a process called Ghost Fusion. The tradeoff for having his body resuscitated is Cha having no memories from before he was fifteen years old; it’s as if he lived his life as one person rather than two.

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Kim Bum Portrays Go Seung-tak

Kim Bum Portrays Go Seung-tak
Kim Bum Portrays Go Seung-tak

I’ve loved him since I was first introduced to him in Boys Over Flowers, but after seeing Kim Bum on Sungkyunkwan Scandal (and Miss Korea) I came to appreciate how his acting has improved. In all of his projects he looks like an average man next door, but in actuality he’s a skilled surgeon who wants to save as many people as possible. However, after being wrongfully accused of murder, Go Seung-tak is thrown into prison only to be saved by a cruel scientist who then injects himself with Go Seung-tak’s cells. Now they share one body; one cannot live without another. What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

Uee Portrays Jang Se-jin

Uee Portrays Jang Se-jin
Uee Portrays Jang Se-jin

Playing a doctor is hard. Really hard. And not just because I have to learn so much medical terminology—although that’s certainly part of it, considering what a medical drama series like Ghost Doctor entails. What makes playing Jang Se-jin so tough is that I’m also expected to be perfect. On screen, I’m supposed to be fully competent and capable as a highly educated surgeon. That means no matter how tired or weak she may feel in real life, Uee has to put on her game face at all times. That probably sounds all well and good—but in reality, I really struggle with it sometimes. There are scenes when we’re filming in which Jang Se-jin has to make some serious decisions about patients’ lives.

Son Na-eun Portrays Oh Soo-jeong

Son Na-eun Portrays Oh Soo-jeong
Son Na-eun Portrays Oh Soo-jeong

Oh Soo-jeong is a 31 year old doctor with a troubled childhood who died when she was 24. Before her death, Oh lost her father to an accident, her mother to cancer, and tragically experienced suicide when she learned of her boyfriend cheating on her with another woman. On top of that, Oh committed suicide by jumping off a building just moments after learning that all of her efforts in medical school were for nothing. The ghost Oh has all but given up on being human again until she meets Choi Min (played by Rain). Choi Min is a 35 year old mental patient diagnosed with Schizophrenia who suffers from delusions so bad that he’s constantly reliving his mother’s death.

Supporting Cast and characters

Sung Dong-il Portrays Tes/Oh Joo-myung

Sung Dong-il Portrays Tes/Oh Joo-myung
Sung Dong-il Portrays Tes/Oh Joo-myung

Also known as an old man, a ghost doctor. He is able to communicate with dead people who are close to their family members in order to resolve misunderstandings between them so that they can move on. His dead wife, Oh Joo-mee, has been waiting for him since her death 20 years ago. Because of his connection with Joo-myung (who was beaten by Oh Hyeon), he uses Sung Dong-il as his vessel to interact with humans who have unfinished business in life. At first he dislikes living in Sung Dong-il’s body but eventually develops a bond between him and Sung Dong-il’s daughter Yeo Rin despite saying that he does not have any children before hand.

Hospital people Cast and characters

Tae In-ho Portrays Han Seung-won

Tae In-ho Portrays Han Seung-won
Tae In-ho Portrays Han Seung-won

Chief of thoracic surgery at Seoul National University Hospital who also teaches part-time. A jovial character with excellent medical skills, he is a quadruple bypass surgeon. The first Korean to perform a heart transplant. He enjoys playing guitar in his spare time. He has never gotten married or had any real romantic relationships because he was raised by his grandmother while his father was on duty as a soldier, so he is naive when it comes to matters of love and interpersonal relationships. Hates ghosts but tries to be polite around his girlfriend’s family, who are obsessed with them due to her grandmother being able to see spirits but her mother not having that gift.

Park Chul-min Portrays Ban Tae-sik

Park Chul-min Portrays Ban Tae-sik
Park Chul-min Portrays Ban Tae-sik

Unlike his character in Ghost Doctor, Park Chul-min is more famous for his comedic roles. That, however, hasn’t stopped him from landing a series regular spot on What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim? Park Chul-min has recently posted several pictures of himself on Instagram wearing a large cast on his right arm. He suffered an accident while filming Ghost Doctor as it is believed that he hurt his hand during an action scene with Kim Bum (Go Bok-dong). No word yet as to when he will be able to return to filming. However, despite what seems like a pretty serious injury, he did seem to be in good spirits and was smiling for all of those V Live videos posted earlier in the week. What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

Ko Sang-ho Portrays Ahn Tae-hyun

Ko Sang-ho Portrays Ahn Tae-hyun
Ko Sang-ho Portrays Ahn Tae-hyun

Ahn Tae-hyun (born in 1982) is a doctor specializing in emergency medicine. He works at Severance Hospital’s emergency room department, which is where he encounters Oh Mal-soon (Kim Bum). Like his onscreen counterpart, Ahn Tae-hyun is an emergency room specialist. He was initially sent to Seoul from Busan to undergo training, but he decided to stay there due to his love for his job. His sister Ko Yeon-soo’s death forced him into becoming a doctor as he eventually took her place in school. He has a happy family consisting of himself, his wife Kim Ji-yeon and their daughter Yi Eun.

Ahn Tae-hwan Portrays Kim Jae-won

Ahn Tae-hwan Portrays Kim Jae-won
Ahn Tae-hwan Portrays Kim Jae-won

A doctor who sees death every day. He’s a cold, but caring individual. Kim Bum as Yoo Hyun-min: A genius cardiothoracic surgeon. He’s a warm, gentle person, but can be cold on occasion. Rain as Ahn Soo-hyeon: A specialist in internal medicine who is supposed to be dead. He is Tae-hwan’s reincarnation while Yoo Hyun-min is Ahn Soo-hyeon’s reincarnation. Uee as Jo Jung Eun: She comes from a wealthy family, but fell in love with Soo Hyeon at first sight and decided to save him by becoming his doctor and learning medicine.

Kim Jae-yong Portrays Lee Seon-ho

Kim Jae-yong Portrays Lee Seon-ho
Kim Jae-yong Portrays Lee Seon-ho

It is a story of a doctor who was born in 1988 with surgical expertise of no one in Korea. A main role that is far from normal appearance, with death being changed to something completely different at first glance. No matter how many times he falls into darkness and gets trapped, he always comes back to embrace his patients who are suffering from incurable diseases. When someone dies it doesn’t mean they disappear. This drama shows various medical situations like love, innocence, revenge and despair; all we have are stories of life, love and grief. This drama will give you time to remember your sadness and heartache when you were dying alone. It will also deliver warmth for those who grieve for those who can not see their loved ones again.

Seo Ji-young Portrays Ko Seong-hye

Seo Ji-young Portrays Ko Seong-hye
Seo Ji-young Portrays Ko Seong-hye

Dr. Ko is a skilled surgeon with a troubled past. Although he was once able to perform miracles in surgery, he has now lost his surgical license for causing accidental deaths. He finds himself in a harsh reality where others treat him as if he were dirt and no one believes in him anymore. The show begins when Ji Hae-soo is seriously injured after being struck by lightning, but it is Dr. Ko who saves her life despite everyone’s low expectations of him. When Ji Hae-soo meets Dr. What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

Choi Seok-won Portrays Hun-gil

Choi Seok-won Portrays Hun-gil
Choi Seok-won Portrays Hun-gil

Choi Seok-won is a popular actor who is popular as an arrogant lawyer. It takes on a dramatic form at first, but it transforms into a different image. However, in real life, Choi Seok-won has been involved in various scandals. In 2014, he was arrested for drunk driving when he hit another car while riding his scooter home from a drinking party with Kim Hee-ae and Ryu Si-won. In 2015, he made headlines after assaulting an elderly man who asked him to move his car out of handicapped parking spot in front of an old folks’ home where Choi had moved into with his wife.

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Yoon So-hee Portrays Im Bo-mi

Yoon So-hee Portrays Im Bo-mi
Yoon So-hee Portrays Im Bo-mi

After a spinal cord injury, So-hee is in an irreversibly vegetative state with no chance of recovery. While on his way to work, Oh Ro-seok sees her being transported to his hospital and decides to transplant So-hee’s brain into a healthy donor body that is brain dead. After being saved by Ro-seok’s surgery, Bo-mi wakes up as part of Roo Mi (Son Na Eun) despite not knowing her past self or how she got there. As part of Ro Mi who looks exactly like Bo Mi, she also has all of her memories while finding it hard to distinguish whether they are hers or from Roo Mi.

Han Seung-hyun Portrays Hwang Guk-chan

Han Seung-hyun Portrays Hwang Guk-chan
Han Seung-hyun Portrays Hwang Guk-chan

Guk-chan is a brilliant but lonely young surgeon who isn’t afraid to speak his mind. He has a severe case of clinical perfectionism, which leads him to make some questionable decisions. He also develops an unhealthy reliance on his mentor Song Geun-suh (Rain). There’s more going on beneath his serious façade than he lets on, however; perhaps due to being neglected as a child, Guk-chan has deep emotional insecurities that he struggles with throughout his life. His drive for perfection in medicine begins as a way of trying to please his mother (Lee Yoon-ji), but it soon becomes an obsession—one that proves harmful not only to himself but others as well.

Yoon Da-kyung Portrays Seong Mi-ran

Yoon Da-kyung Portrays Seong Mi-ran
Yoon Da-kyung Portrays Seong Mi-ran

A doctor with a 4D (death defying) skillset that gives her superhuman knowledge, she gets involved in a car accident and is on life support. She later dies but then comes back to life in ghost form. While ghost doctor Mi-ran does not know much about what she can do, she tries to learn more about who killed her by following Park Tae-hoon around as he works cases that have something to do with her murder. Dr. Lee Ji Hoon: Taehoon is a skilled surgeon who becomes cold after losing his love ones. When he meets ghost doctor, he finds out that his sister was murdered and decides to take revenge with Daum while trying to cure himself from pain of loss. What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

Hwang Seok-jeong Portrays Mrs. Kim: hospital’s custodian

Hwang Seok-jeong Portrays Mrs. Kim: hospital's custodian
Hwang Seok-jeong Portrays Mrs. Kim: hospital’s custodian

she is a very old woman who runs into accidents frequently. She has been at hospital for over 40 years and her granddaughter, Hye-jeong, is always taking care of her. She doesn’t want to go to a nursing home because she is afraid that no one will take care of her. Because of that, she gets into more accidents by trying to escape from hospital, so Kang Ki-joon suggests an operation. Since it’s an emergency case, he receives an approval from Dr. Lee Min-ha for surgery with Dr. Yoo Sun-woo observing him secretly as his intern though Kang Ki-joon does not know about it yet.

Park So-eun Portrays Nurse Jung

Park So-eun Portrays Nurse Jung
Park So-eun Portrays Nurse Jung

Park So-eun played nurse Jung, a kind, yet practical nurse who was always beside Park Do-ha. She was in charge of caring for Yoo Shin during his recovery from serious injuries that almost took his life. Although So Eun has a lot to learn as a nurse, she is devoted to taking care of her patients. Her character symbolizes how hardworking nurses can create miracles with just hard work and determination. However, she tends to take matters into her own hands instead of following directions because she wants everything done perfectly right away. She is an extremely capable individual that doesn’t like being sidelined by men or people that think they are more qualified than herself.

Shin Soo-hang Portrays emergency room doctor

Shin Soo-hang Portrays emergency room doctor
Shin Soo-hang Portrays emergency room doctor

Shin Soo-hang has plenty of experience dealing with life and death situations. In 2014, he was working as an emergency room doctor at Yeouido St. Mary’s Hospital when a car smashed into his ambulance. After saving two people from certain death in that car accident, Shin became known as The Miracle Angel of Yeouido Hospital. This year, Shin appeared on tvN’s reality show Emergency Couple, where he is paired up with a fellow ER doctor named Lee Ha-na (played by Uee). The fact that Shin was able to go on national television after going through such a tragic ordeal made him all kinds of relatable to viewers. What Boo Seong-cheol’s Ghost Doctor Tells Us About Life and Death

Kim Jung-hwan Portrays doctor

Kim Jung-hwan Portrays doctor
Kim Jung-hwan Portrays doctor

Arguably, Kim Jung-hwan is best known for his roles in Warrior Baek Dong Soo as King Moo Young (2010), Arang and The Magistrate as Min Tae Yeon (2012) and Angry Mom as Ji Hae Sung (2016). In 2006, he was featured in Beethoven Virus as Jo Seung Woo. He also featured in television series such as Queen of Housewives (2007), Gu Family Book (2013) , Doctors (2016). He made a cameo role on My Girlfriend Is A Nine-Tailed Fox. Kim’s upcoming works include a film China Salesman alongside Kang Dong Won.

Baek Ik-nam Portrays doctor

Baek Ik-nam Portrays doctor
Baek Ik-nam Portrays doctor

While all doctors deal with life and death, most of them won’t have to confront it on a daily basis. But Dr. Baek Ik-nam (Rain) may be an exception—he has been resurrected as a ghost. From his new vantage point, he observes how people deal with death in different ways, through meeting Kang Bok-soo (Kim Bum), who acts as his guide to life in 2017. It’s a chance for Baek to learn more about what happens when one leaves their body behind; moreover, it’s also an opportunity for him to try something out of his comfort zone.

Jeon Se-yong Portrays internship interviewer

Jeon Se-yong Portrays internship interviewer
Jeon Se-yong Portrays internship interviewer

One day, I was listening to a young doctor with a keen sense of diagnosis talking about his patients as if they were chess pieces. I don’t know when it happened, but a certain moment changed my life for good. As he spoke about them, moving from one patient to another without paying any mind to time, I suddenly felt something heavy in my chest. I want to tell stories like that too! I thought to myself. Even if those stories are just mere tall tales by interns who just finished their first year of residency…I want to tell them.

Bae Ki-bum Portrays OR anesthesiologist

Bae Ki-bum Portrays OR anesthesiologist
Bae Ki-bum Portrays OR anesthesiologist

Working in an operating room (OR) is one of a very few jobs that require Bae Ki-bum to hide his true self. He has to maintain a calm, but assertive presence for OR patients’ families as he coaxes them through various anxiety triggers during surgical procedures. To most, Bae Ki-bum appears as your stereotypical guy with job title of professional doctor, but in actuality, he only knows how to play that role while he’s at work. In his downtime, Bae Ki-bum feels listless because he lacks skills that are important outside of a medical environment (and not just because you can’t swim or drive).

Other Cast and characters

Lee Tae-sung Portrays Jang Min-ho

Lee Tae-sung Portrays Jang Min-ho
Lee Tae-sung Portrays Jang Min-ho

Jang Min-ho (45 years old) was once a good doctor. Since he went to jail after he killed someone who threatened his family, his life has been ruined. He’s also divorced from Sun Mi-jung, who used to be a successful lawyer. Lee Sang-yeob as Kim Sang-hoon: Kim Sang-hoon (31 years old) is Jang Min-ho’s younger brother. He became a black sheep of their family due to his delinquent personality since he was young.

Lee Moon-soo Portrays Chairman Jang Kwang-deok

Lee Moon-soo Portrays Chairman Jang Kwang-deok
Lee Moon-soo Portrays Chairman Jang Kwang-deok

The heart of life is not just science or a human being’s body, but rather when you combine them together, they become stronger. Professor Moon has shown his great spirit of persistence that he could get used to any conditions despite getting old. He also shows how to die with a warm heart through his love for his wife until his last moment. Every man knows how difficult it is to go on living in society when one has reached a certain age without having made a name for oneself. His desire to be remembered as someone great drove him to find other people who possessed similar characteristics.

Woo Yong-hee Portrays paramedic

Woo Yong-hee Portrays paramedic
Woo Yong-hee Portrays paramedic

After losing her parents to an accident, Yong-hee grows up with a negative view of death. She becomes a paramedic as her dream job after high school. She is caught in a dilemma when she finds out that Eun Sung, one of her best friends, is diagnosed with cancer. On one hand, she would like to become an angel of death who is ready to embrace him at his last moment; on the other hand, she understands his wish to save himself and go through chemotherapy. At first glance, Yong-hee might seem innocent and emotional who can’t see anyone suffer except herself, but under that facade there are deep thoughts about life and death which no one knows about until now.

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Park Sung-kyun Portrays medical school professor

He is great at what he does, but also has a lot of self-doubt. He knows that he may not be able to save everyone who’s dying on his table, but can’t just sit back and watch people die either. This character shows us how we should live our lives, by keeping our heads down, yet standing up for what’s right when we need to. We shouldn’t always seek out glory or honor like in other dramas (because sometimes it just isn’t worth it), but if something needs to be done, then let us fight for what we believe in.

Kim Woo-jin Portrays paramedic

Kim Woo-jin works hard to support his family as a paramedic, but he’s still unable to provide enough. Since he is not able to send his daughter to private school, she is being bullied in public school. Kim Woo-jin isn’t ready for death yet, but he sees it approach him in every person that comes into contact with him because of his job. He doesn’t feel like he can do anything about it until one day a man named Jo Gi-seok approaches him about changing fate…and becoming an immortal ghost doctor!

Lee Kyu-hyun Portrays mysterious motorcycle man

For much of his life, Lee Kyu-hyun was a mischievous prankster who played around. But then, an accident happened in his 30s that changed everything. According to him, he suddenly found himself in a ghostly world where he met Kim Young-min (played by Rain), an ambitious doctor who died 40 years ago. It’s a strange scenario to be sure, but Lee says it’s what happened to him. He realized that when he died (or came back?), Kim had taken over his body and lived out Lee’s life while also fulfilling Kim’s dream of becoming a doctor…such as it is since death doesn’t mean you have to stop living it.

Kim Jung-woon Portrays Jang Min-ho’s secretary

Kim Jung-woon is an actor who had his first acting role in SBS 2008 drama Athena: Goddess of War. He has also appeared in dramas such as City Hunter, Dr. Champ, and Nice Guy. His notable film roles include a psychopathic serial killer in 2014 thriller film Real. Jung-woon was diagnosed with stage three thyroid cancer in 2015 but recovered following treatment. He currently appears as Min Hyeok, secretary to medical director Jang Min-ho, in MBC medical drama Ghost (2016–present). The series follows genius doctor Do Min-joon who possesses supernatural abilities that cause him to feel pain whenever someone lies.

Ghost Doctor Special Appearance

Ahn Hee-yeon Portrays Lee Ji-woo/ Jessica

Ahn Hee-yeon Portrays Lee Ji-woo/ Jessica
Ahn Hee-yeon Portrays Lee Ji-woo/ Jessica

Choi Min’s girlfriend. She cares for Choi Min so much, but Choi Min gets in an accident while on his way to work. He leaves her heartbroken, but she doesn’t lose hope since he didn’t die. She visits him at a hospital where he is recovering from amnesia caused by trauma. Lee Ji-woo (이지우) is a nurse who works at that hospital. On her shift, she tells off Ahn Hyeon-seok (father of Ahn Woo-yeon) for coming to visit his daughter with another woman with him (Woo Yoo-mi). Later that night, she takes her anger out on some thugs who are harassing her next door neighbor.

Is Kim Bum married?

No, Kim Bum has never been married in real life. He was previously in a relationship with Jeon Hye-bin from 2006 to 2009. They broke up due to his busy filming schedule for You’re Beautiful (2009). Kim Bum once said that he’ll only marry when he falls in love at first sight. As of 2018, no new details have emerged regarding his dating life or marriage plans. There is no evidence suggesting he is dating anyone currently.

How many episodes of bad and crazy are there?

A major factor to consider when writing your ghost doctor review is how many episodes there are. There are 22 episodes currently aired, meaning you have roughly 10 more episodes to go before you finish one of 2016’s most talked about shows. When considering what to say in your review keep in mind that there are still ten hours of television left and with that much content, it might be hard for a new viewer to understand where they should get started. More importantly, some may not even want to commit that much time just yet.

Who is the villain in Ghost Doctor?

The villain of Ghost Doctor is cancer. Many people with cancer use death as a means to pull at our heartstrings, but in Ghost Doctor one character actually dies from it. Cancer seems to be the overall villain of Ghost Doctor because, similar to how you can never get rid of it once you have it, no matter what advances in technology there are or what new methods they discover, they can never cure it. Even if there was a solution, many people wouldn’t find happiness after having gone through so much pain. In some cases, some of those who do find an answer may even want to die rather than live their lives on their terms after going through all that hardship.

What happens in last episode of Ghost Doctor?

In a desperate attempt to save his patients, Cha Do Hyun/Ghost Doctor (Rain) realizes that he needs two of his three minds to heal them. He tries to reach out for one but it is not enough. In desperation, he merges his left mind with Yi Jung Myung/Spiritual Doctor (Kim Bum) in order to be able to perform surgery successfully. In his merging state, he sees that young Chae Do Hyun was killed after saving a child from being hit by a car. He makes sure that no one passes away on his watch as payback for what happened back then.

Who is rain wife?

He’s finally here! The highly anticipated drama from critically acclaimed director, actor, and producer Boo Seong-cheol is finally airing tonight in South Korea. One of his many accomplishments to date, which he has been quoted as saying that it will be the best thing I’ve ever done. This marks a big comeback for the multifaceted artist who took off a few years for personal reasons. Today we take a look at why he chose rain to play two doctors and how that fits into his story about life, death, and what it means to grow up—or not.

How old is Lee Min Ho?

Lee Min Ho was born on June 22, 1987. He is 30 years old. The actor made his debut in 2005 and has since starred in a number of TV series such as You Are Beautiful (2011), Faith (2012) and Boys Over Flowers (2009). In 2013, he rose to international fame with The Heirs — his first drama series following a slew of box office hits. He will be returning to our screens later this year for Scarlet Heart: Ryeo, which premieres August 29 on SBS.

Who is Kim Myung Min Son?

In one sense, he’s a celebrity playing a ghost doctor in a television drama, but if you take another look at it, he’s playing a role from his real life. He plays Kim Myung Min Son, who after losing his wife (played by Jeon Hye Jin) to an accident involving brain hemorrhage that occurred when she was pregnant with their child, moves into Jang Dong Min’s (Uee) house. His character then begins to help out at her hospital where she works as an orthopedic surgeon after being inspired by her professionalism and enthusiasm for her career. Through working alongside Dr. Boo Seong-cheol, the producer of popular dramas like She Was Pretty and Signal, has recently come

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