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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Kim Bo-ra and Lee Jong-won-I Lead Webdrama "Ghostderella"

2019/02/04 | 509 views | Permalink

The age of ghostly love is not over yet in Dramaland, and we have a new addition in the form of "Ghostderella", a webdrama produced by Lifetime for its YouTube channel, and set to air this month. The ghost-themed romance stars Kim Bo-ra fresh off "SKY Castle", and Lee Jong-won-I.

"Ghostderella" follows Min-ah (Kim Bo-ra), a young woman who began seeing ghosts at the age of 18, and has subsequently isolated herself from the world. That is until the ghost of a strange young man named Jin-soo (Lee Jong-won-I) appears in her life. The drama aims to realistically portray the lives of those in their 20s, and comfort those who feel lonely.

It has also signed on actors Jeong Hee-yeong, Im Jeong-bin, Jin Woo-jin and more. I'm all for a sweet and warm series for younger audiences, and the pun in the Korean title (romanized as "Gwisinderella") warms my soul. It's cheesy, and I love it. Bring on the cheesy love.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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