Drama Review 'Bring It On, Ghost' Episode 8

Drama Review 'Bring It On, Ghost' Episode 8

While the pacing in "Bring It On, Ghost" is slow as same old we do in spite of everything become some vitalknowledge cleared up reasonably quickly. It turns out that Hye-seong can if reality exist told see ghosts, the man's just very just right at pretending like he can't. What any of this has to do with Bong-pal or Hyeon-ji is still most commonly shrouded in mystery, yetI am onlysatisfied that the maximum importanttale is moving ahead in perceptible model at all. Now there might beexact dramatic tension when Hye-seong is on-screen.

...Which for the most sectionisn't all that often, since as normalthe majority of the taleis going to exploring the courting between Bong-pal and Hyeon-ji. They have got moved on from the standardindistinct antagonism to in point of fact admitting they preferplacing out with each and every other. WhileKim So-hyeon-Iis tremendous pouty in terms ofthe complete lotthat occurs at the amusement park, this is rathersuitable for the role. When wanting an actress who will act like a topcollege girl, a real high facultywoman is a hornysmart pick.

Not that Hyeon-ji is a high school lady really. Her converting of clothes, while most manifestly a puzzling display screen of ghost logic, is symbolically representative of Hyeon-ji's persona growth. Hyeon-ji can wear a lovelyget dressed to characterize that she's not truly a high school student anymore, and Hyeon-ji too can vesture a new outfit to greaterdefine her new activity every bit a ghostbuster. Why? As it looks cool.

AdvertisementThat remains the most efficienttotal defense of "Bring It On, Ghost", which continues to fumble slightly when it comes to the real ghost-related shenanigans. Whilst the intellectualmedical institution case is interesting, it also ends truly quickly, necessitating any other random generic ghost combat precisely to fill for time. I love the ghosts better when we've got close toelementaryconcept of why they are withal hanging around in the arena of the living at all, since among other things it provides more personality to the fights.

This flaw notwithstanding, "Bring It On, Ghost" does continuallyarrange to be cute in the majoressential ways. Cheon-sang and In-rang glancetotally ridiculous in their ghostfighting outfits, even iffor the explanation that they're just the middlemen for an inherently bizarre job the appearance is appropriate. And I just cannot startsufficient of that ridiculous ghostfighting van, where did they even get that thing? Did any individualat the production team in finding it in the back alley in the back of their mom's house?