WARNING: THE FOLLOWING POST MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS. READ AT YOUR DISCRETION!
The Master’s Sun (2013)
Country: South Korea
Starring: Gong Hyo Jin & So Ji Sub
Completed Episodes: 12
Description: Tae Gong Shil (Gong Hyo Jin) was at the peak of her life until an unfortunate accident that gave her the supernatural ability to see ghosts. Since then, she has been an outcast and is unable to live a normal life due to the ghosts that follow her around. This power led her to the selfish and money-hungry CEO of the Kingdom Group, Joo Joong Won. Their lives cross, and now they must work together to help out the ghosts that seek out Gong Shil while trying to solve a tragic event in Joong Won’s past.
I had this drama on my “to watch” list for a very long time. My best friend pleaded with me numerous times to watch the drama, so I finally caved in. I trust my friend since she introduced me to great dramas such as “It’s Okay, That’s Love” and “Jealousy Incarnate.” She has good taste.
As a person that scares easily, I struggled to watch the first few episodes because of the scary ghosts that would pop out of nowhere. There should be a jump scare warning. To those of you that are as high-strung as me, be aware that there may be some scenes that may scare you. I had to resort to watching this drama during the day.
Other than that, it is an entertaining show. As usual, I have a strong case of a second-lead syndrome. Seo In Guk plays Kang Woo, the head of security at the Kingdom Mall, which Joo Joong Won owns and where Gong Shil works. He is Gong Shil’s second love interest, but I am so wishing that he was her first. He has a sharp tongue but is willing to take risks for Gong Shil and get over his fear of ghosts. Not to mention, he is SEO IN GUK, so you know that he is good looking. I like Joong Won, but I do not think that he is the best for Gong Shil. You may or may not agree with me. Watch the drama to find out!