Korean potter Jun Ho meets successful young entrepreneur Nanami in Tokyo. The couple falls in love and soon marry. A year after their marriage tragedy strikes when Nanami is killed on her way home. Nanami, not ready to leave this world, remains in this world in spirit form. During this time she learns that her death wasn't an accident and her husband Jun-Ho is in imminent danger. Unable to contact any humans except a psychic named Unten, can Nanami warn Jun-Ho before harm comes his way? ~~ "Ghost" is a remake of the 1990 U.S. film "Ghost" which starred Patrick Swayze & Demi Moore. (Source: AsianMediaWiki) Edit Translation
- Bahasa Indonesia
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I, for one, actually enjoyed this film. It's my first cross-over films that didn't really leave me that disappointed. First of all, he actually spoke Japanese and did surprisingly well at it. I mean, when I saw 'Waiting in the Dark' I was disappointed with Chen Berlin cause he didn't really speak much in the film anyways, so I'm glad Song Seung Hun worked on his Japanese.. And I thought his little outbreaks of Korean every now and then were cute. Especially when he started teaching Nanami some words. I can't really say much about the plot, since it's nearly the same as the original... But the acting was well done. Although, I did think Kiki Kirin did perform a little too over-the-top, unlike Whoopie Goldberg's portrayal, but as a group the acting was really nothing to complain about.
As for the music, it was my particular favorite throughout the film. Ken Hirai has the voice of an angel. Now... Would I watch this film again? Not anytime soon, no, but maybe if I become bored or have nothing interesting to watch. Honestly, this film really wasn't too bad if you're looking for a film that's cute and heart-warming, I recommend watching this film.
It is ver romantic, emotional and you can feel the grief after the lost of someone you love. The special effects is good, the fighting scene and the thrill when uncovering the reason of death.
The wedding ceremony is so surreal but romantic indeed.
Well, I feel both happy and sad at the end. It is fantasy but it gives hopes and idea of eternal love. Both actors were good and I like Song Seun Hun (male lead) speaking Nihonggo.
Overall, I like the movie.