Magazine Monday – The Leads of Oh My Ghost

I haven’t had the chance to start the drama, part of it because of the ‘ghost’ in the title, but I am aware of the immense love received by Oh My Ghost. The leads are so adorable onscreen and I’m so glad that the drama gives more exposure to the stars, especially for Park Bo-young since it is her first drama after seven years! The drama has ended but that doesn’t mean the fever has, so this is my gift for the fans of Oh My Ghost 😉

I sometimes forget that Park Bo-young is only 26, probably because of her maturity gained from acting in the movies. Most of her pictorials are released around her movie premieres. She did a horror movie, Don’t Click, with Joo Won back in 2011 but it was pushed for 2011 release. This pictorial for ELLE girl June 2011 reminds me of Alice in Wonderland, although I’m pretty sure Alice doesn’t really go around with flaming red hair like Park Bo-young’s wig.

The actress also had another movie released earlier this June and deviating from her image in The Silenced, Park Bo-young went for a classy yet mysterious look for Harper’s BAZAAR June 2015.

Jo Jung-seok is the latest dramaland chef who has stolen lots of hearts..not just Bong-sun and Soon-ae’s! His characters in his past works are memorable, notably Introduction to Architecture’s Napdeukki and The King 2 Heart‘s Eun Shi-kyung. He channeled his inner Eun Shi-kyung in L’Officiel Hommes’s June 2014 edition being decked in casual suits, although nothing beats the look of a loyal man in uniform.

He did the movie My Love, My Bride last year with Shin Min-ah and they had an adorable photo shoot with InStyle to promote the movie in October 2014. I just love his look here..and they’re truly a pretty couple!

Oh My Ghost can be considered a breakthrough drama for Kim Seul-gi, proving her acting talent after her scene stealing roles in a number of dramas before this. She’s famous for her ability of spewing curse in SNL Korea but she has this unique factor that will make it hard not to notice her in her dramas. Her role in Flower Boy Next Door was unforgettable (as the sleep deprived webtoon company’s manager) and in ELLE’s June 2013 edition, she’s ready to party!

As for The Celebrity pictorial earlier this month, she opted for the cute concept and I really wish we’d get more pictures! I hope that we will have more pictorials (and dramas!) featuring this talented young actress.

Im Joo-hwan is on a roll this year: he starred in Shine or Go Crazy earlier this year and continued his acting stint by going to cable through Oh My Ghost. Looks like he is shining brighter after his military service, although he looks the same as before! How does one pull off adorable and cool like this pictorial of him for ELLE April 2013?

Or this Harper’s BAZAAR pictorial back in January this year? His role in the drama is surely an eye-opener to drama fans and writers/producers alike, so let’s hope to see more of Im Joo-hwan gracing both big and small screens~

Credit to: Harper’s BAZAAR | ELLE girlL’Officiel Hommes | InStyleHarper’s Bazaar | ELLEThe Celebrity | ELLE |

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2 thoughts on “Magazine Monday – The Leads of Oh My Ghost

  1. It is going to take a very long time for me to able to see Im Joo Hwan without being totally creeped out. My first exposure to him was in Oh My Ghostess, and he did brilliantly in his role, but it’s going to stick with me for ages that he had a seriously dark side!

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