|Oh My Ghost|
|Also known as||Oh My Ghostess|
오 나의 귀신님
|Revised Romanization||O Naui Gwisinnim|
|Directed by||Yoo Je-won|
|Country of origin||South Korea|
|No. of episodes||16|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company||Chorokbaem Media|
|Audio format||Dolby Digital 2.0|
|Original release||July 3 –|
August 22, 2015
|Oh My Ghost (Thai TV series)|
Oh My Ghost  (Korean : 오 나의 귀신님) is a 2015 South Korean television series starring Park Bo-young, Jo Jung-suk, Lim Ju-hwan and Kim Seul-gi.     It aired on tvN from July 3 to August 22, 2015, on Fridays and Saturdays at 20:30 (KST) for 16 episodes.  
Na Bong-sun (Park Bo-young) has an extremely timid personality and low self-esteem, doesn't have any close friends, and is constantly getting reprimanded at her job as an assistant chef at Sun Restaurant. She also occasionally sees ghosts, thanks to a shaman grandmother. One day, Bong-sun gets possessed by a lustful virgin ghost named Shin Soon-ae (Kim Seul-gi). To make up for the lack of romance in her short life and believing that only by losing her virginity will she be able to "resolve her grudge" and move on to the afterlife, Soon-ae is determined to seduce as many men as she can by possessing various women, and she finds the perfect vessel in Bong-sun.
Bong-sun's boss is arrogant star chef Kang Sun-woo (Jo Jung-suk), whom she secretly has a crush on. Sun-woo hasn't dated anyone since getting his heart broken by his college friend Lee So-hyung (Park Jung-ah), who's a TV producer. But when Bong-sun seemingly gets rid of her shyness and suddenly changes into a confident, dynamic woman, she finally catches his eye. Meanwhile, the mystery surrounding Soon-ae's death involves Sun-woo's brother-in-law, a kind police officer, Choi Sung-jae (Lim Ju-hwan), who may not be what he seems.
|Oh My Ghost|
| Soundtrack album by |
|1.||"Oh My Ghost" (오나의귀신)||Han So Hyun||3:29|
|2.||"Oh My Ghost" (Trumpet ver.)||3:29|
|1.||"Leave" (떠난다)||Park Bo-young||3:42|
|1.||"Eyes" (눈)||Jay Park||3:50|
|1.||"Gimme a Chocolate"||Jo Jung-suk||4:05|
|2.||"Gimme a Chocolate" (Drama ver.)||3:36|
|3.||"Gimme a Chocolate" (Inst.)||4:05|
|Ep.||Original broadcast date||Average audience share|
|Nielsen Korea ||TNmS|
|1||July 3, 2015||2.65%||3.2%|
|2||July 4, 2015||2.66%||3.3%|
|3||July 10, 2015||3.37%||3.9%|
|4||July 11, 2015||2.98%||4.2%|
|5||July 17, 2015||3.59%||3.8%|
|6||July 18, 2015||3.35%||4.2%|
|7||July 24, 2015||3.80%||3.8%|
|8||July 25, 2015||3.60%||4.8%|
|9||July 31, 2015||3.66%||4.6%|
|10||August 1, 2015||3.49%||4.8%|
|11||August 7, 2015||4.21%||4.7%|
|12||August 8, 2015||4.39%||4.9%|
|13||August 14, 2015||5.08%||6.1%|
|14||August 15, 2015||5.45%||6.1%|
|15||August 21, 2015||5.34%||6.2%|
|16||August 22, 2015||7.34%||8.0%|
|2015||Excellence Award, Actor||Jo Jung-suk||Nominated|
|Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries||Nominated|
|Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries||Park Bo-young||Won|
|Best Actor||Jo Jung-suk||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Kim Seul-gi||Won|
|Best Kiss||Jo Jung-suk and Park Bo-young||Nominated|
|Best Korean Drama – Comedy||Oh My Ghost||Nominated|
|Best Villain||Lim Ju-hwan||Nominated|
|Best Ensemble||Jo Jung-suk, Kang Ki-young, Choi Min-chul, Kwak Si-yang, Oh Ui-sik||Nominated|
|Best Womance||Park Bo-young and Kim Seul-gi||Nominated|
|Most Popular Actress (TV)||Park Bo-young||Nominated|
|Most Popular Actor (TV)||Jo Jung-suk||Nominated|
|Best Scriptwriter (TV)||Yang Hee-seung||Nominated|
|Best Content Award, Drama||Oh My Ghost||Won|
|Romantic-Comedy King||Jo Jung-suk||Nominated|
|Romantic-Comedy Queen||Park Bo-young||Nominated|
|Two Star Award||Jo Jung-suk||Won|
|Best Kiss Award||Jo Jung-suk and Park Bo-young||Nominated|
|Best Chemistry Award||Park Bo-young and Kim Seul-gi||Won|
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