First Impressions: Real Estate is a Killer

Here I am starting another show when I have 25 million other ones to watch. I remember a time when I didn’t watch currently airing shows…. so long ago.


Sell Your Haunted House

Ji Ah, a woman who has inherited exorcism abilities from her mother, is the owner of Daebak Realty, a company that specializes in selling haunted houses. Ji Ah looks perfect and is also brilliant, but her hot temper makes her fists fly before her words. One day, Ji Ah encounters a conman named In Beom who specializes in exorcism fraud. Late at night when Daebak Realty operates, In Beom visits Ji Ah to make an offer. He suggests that they team up to exclusively sell houses that are haunted by vengeful spirits and lingering ghosts. Can the two get along well and deal with house prices, ghosts, and their sorrowful stories?

mydramalist
  • Genre : Romantic Comedy, Thriller
  • Origin : South Korea
  • Episodes : 16 (1 hr. 20 mins.)
  • Aired : April 14 – June 3, 2021
  • Where To Watch : Viki
  • Starring : Jang Na Ra | Jung Yong Hwa | Kang Hong Suk | Kang Mal Geum


Thoughts: When I read the description, I immediately got vibes of Korean Odessey so I was wary. But because I have a big heart for Jang Na Ra, I needed to give it a try. What I liked about the first two episodes was the level of horror without being overly camp. Sometimes in shows with spirits, it can be super corny but Ji Ah is a badass with baggage. Some of the plot points I can already map out what is going to happen and even though it’s probably going to turn out cliche, I can stand it for now. I don’t know how this chemistry is going to go between Nara and Yonghwa, but I am liking the hate/hate vibe they have right now. Plus, I love love love Nara as this cold hearted but semi warm hearted badass boss.

Are You Still Watching? : In Contract

First Impression Score: 8/10


Published by Unbothered Unnies

A couple of ladies who love to express their opinions from anything and everything. That includes shows and music and anything in between. This blog is dedicated to our love and appreciation for Asian entertainment and culture.

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