So it sounds as if ghosts can get...sick? Well, "Bring It On, Ghost" does nottruly belabour this point, so I may not either. All of the bizarre things that ghosts can seemingly makedon't appear to betruly intended as pararealism anyway. They are only storytelling advices in which Bong-pal can explicit affection to Hyeon-ji. This much is important, since closing episode established that Bong-pal doesn't really have an opportunity amongst Seo-yeon, despite the truth that she insists on expressing (platonic) passion in him.
The layout overall is more of the usual. We are given merely enoughdata about Hye-seong to graspthat he isvital without really having any more or lesstransparentconcept why. Hye-seong's storyline appears like an abridged edition of the plot from an absolutelyother drama. It has nearlynot anything to do with the rest Bong-pal is doing. We know that finally Hye-seong's connection with Bong-pal could be explained, yet looked at on person merits it is not even clean Hye-seong's crimes have anything to do with ghosts at all.
The ghost that should exist fought this time around fares rathergreateras a result of the equipped social commentary. Given Bong-pal's rather ominous dating with his own father, having a ghost maintainidenticalproblemsin maximum cases proves to be moderately interesting. It is helping that the ghostbusting side of "Bring It On, Ghost" makes more sense than usual. Cheon-sang and In-rang are slowly getting the hang of your entire "locate those whowantlend a hand with ghosts" component of the story.
AdvertisementThe fights, themselves, though, have lost a massive number of their charm for me. Here isbasically because there might beno longer actually that much common sense to them. Bong-pal and Hyeon-ji lose opposed to the ghosts for awhile tillit is time for them to win. That is truly all there is to it. Previous in the drama we heard a goodquantity about the significance of vulnerable points, yet neither of the ghosts dispatched this episode had evident weak issues that I noticed. They just type of faded away after a fortunate hit.
"Bring It On, Ghost" suffers chiefly from being little more than the sum of its parts. Whilstit islovelygazing Hyeon-ji take a glance atto be informedjust for the sake of learning, Hyeon-ji turns out to have most commonly forgotten about exploring her own backstory, which handiest ever gets exposition by capacity of accident. An easier feel of mutual shared desires would assistance "Bring It On, Ghost" a lot. Plot progression close to the finish of the episode signifies that we're in any case getting on the topic of that point, thoughI have had that idea before.