Ghost Doctor

When an arrogant and genius doctor falls into a coma, he possesses the body of another doctor in the hospital. Together, the doctor and the ghost doctor must learn how to cope with their newfound situation without raising suspicions, all while fighting like cats and dogs.

Genre: drama , fantasy , medical

Ghost Doctor: Episodes 15-16 Open Thread (Final)

By daebakgrits.

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As we bid farewell to Ghost Doctor , many of our characters find themselves saying their own goodbyes, but not all partings are permanent. Some of them lead to new beginnings and happy endings.   EPISODES 15-16 WEECAP

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Now that Ghost Doctor has ended, I find myself a bit wistful. The final two episodes really delivered this week, giving me a bit of everything I loved and wanted to see more of earlier in the series. I was really harsh on this drama in the middle because it seemingly lost sight of the heart of the story, but the pieces came together in the end. And now I’m sad to say goodbye to these characters — even Se-jin.

She still ranks lower than Mandu on my list of favorite characters, but once she found a reason to smile, Se-jin became quite tolerable. I thought we’d be off to another mopey start with her character this week, given her brother’s orchestrated drive-by head whacking, but Seung-tak (and Young-min) survived the incident with only a minor hand — that’s right, hand not head — injury.

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Se-jin is so giddy that she starts planning to redecorate Young-min’s apartment for their future cohabitation, and — much to Seung-tak and Soo-jung’s annoyance — Young-min keeps borrowing Seung-tak’s body so he can weigh in on his curtain and blanket preferences. A jealous Soo-jung decides it’s time to set some ground rules, and while she hashes out a boyfriend-body-sharing schedule with Se-jin, the men sit back and enjoy some food.

Seung-tak agrees that he needs a little break from being Young-min’s mouthpiece and pretends that he can’t see or hear Young-min. The prank is short-lived, though, because Seung-tak has to use his ghost-whisperer skills to determine why one of the ER’s patients won’t wake up. It’s a teachable moment, and Young-min advises Seung-tak to embrace his sixth sense. As a doctor, seeing his unconscious patients and being able to share their stories on their behalf is a strength, not a weakness.

The peaceful camaraderie before Young-min’s surgery ends when Young-min’s body takes a turn for the worse. The doctors meet to reevaluate their surgical plans and discuss other options, and the consensus is that the originally planned surgery is now too risky and beyond Tae-sik’s skill level to perform. It’s better for them to use a less-invasive bypass surgery. Unfortunately, while Young-min will undoubtedly wake up following the bypass operation, his quality of life will be diminished, and his days as a surgeon will be over.

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Young-min is the only doctor skilled enough to carry out the original surgery, but the probability of him glitching mid-operation is too high. He agrees with the other doctors’ assessment, and the bypass surgery is scheduled. With his days as a coma ghost limited, Young-min resolves to wrap-up some unfinished business before he wakes up and forgets his fellow ghosts.

Young-min finds Hoon-gil standing on the edge of the hospital’s roof and — for a comedic moment — forgets that he is already partially dead. Even so, Young-min talks Hoon-gil down from the ledge like he would someone who was contemplating suicide because Hoon-gil has lost his will to live and wants to cancel his surgery.

It is during their exchange that Young-min admits he failed as a doctor by measuring which lives were worth saving. Young-min’s confession convinces Hoon-gil to go through with the surgery, and it’s a good thing, too, because he discovers that Bo-min’s fiancé is a cheating scumbag. Even better, though, is when a knowing Se-jin convinces Bo-mi to talk to the unconscious Hoon-gil, and Bo-mi shyly encourages him to wake up and fulfill his dreams. My heart!

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Unfortunately not every life can be saved, and Young-min’s heart-to-heart with Guk-chan is more somber. Young-min’s previous conversation with Hoon-gil left him feeling ashamed, but Guk-chan comforts him and assures him that he knows Young-min did everything he could to try and save him. He’s made peace with the fact that he will never wake up, so his final request of Young-min is for his body to be transferred to a nursing home near his family so he can see them more often. His request is granted, and his departure from the hospital is bittersweet as he happily steps across his former hospital boundary.

Young-min’s conversations with his fellow ghosts remind him that, as a doctor, he should take his patients’ wishes into consideration, and it’s time for Young-min to start thinking like a patient — not a doctor. And what he wants is to wake up and still have use of his golden hands. He and Seung-tak both resolve to perform the original surgery together, but Seung-tak is a little uncomfortable with Young-min’s suggestion that they have Tae-hyun assist them. Young-min, however, is confident that Tae-hyun will do the right thing.

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The surgery is tense, but Young-min manages to push through some minor glitching and complete the hardest part of the surgery before he’s ejected from Seung-tak’s body. Seung-tak is prepared to have Tae-hyun take over, but Young-min encourages him to complete the surgery with his own “sh*t hands.” As Young-min begins to fade, he reminds Seung-tak to do a clean job; he’s still unmarried and doesn’t want a scar.

Hoon-gil wakes up from his surgery first, and he’s instantly the hospital hottie. The other ladies don’t stand a chance, though, because Seung-tak eagerly points Bo-mi in his direction, and Hoon-gil catches her cutely peeking around the corner. It’s not much, but just enough for me to believe that my favorite Ghost Doctor couple will eventually get their own happy ending.

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It takes a few more days for Young-min to wake up, but when he does, he coldly rebuffs Seung-tak’s eager handholding. Thankfully, it’s all an act — a little payback for when Seung-tak pretended he couldn’t see Young-min — because I otherwise would have sharpened my pitchfork. You can’t make Young-min go through all that character growth only to have him forget about it in the final hour!

The upside to Young-min’s little fake-out is Seung-tak’s resulting overzealous skinship. He can’t stop touching Young-min every chance he gets, and it’s absolutely adorable. The downside to Young-min’s little ruse, though, is that Young-min also subjected Se-jin to the lie under some misguided idea that he wanted to control the narrative of their romance now that he was awake. I, too, prefer rom-coms to melodramas, Young-min, but you just don’t do that!

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Well, his plan backfired because Se-jin went back to the US after her brother, Tae-hyun, and Seung-won were arrested, and she didn’t even bother to tell Young-min that she was leaving. Seung-tak sagely points out that she probably couldn’t take him being a cold-hearted jerk to her any longer. Young-min begs Seung-tak for her contact information, and Tess watches the two of them fondly, knowing he can leave the hospital in their care.

The idea that Tess would pass the torch on to Young-min and Seung-tak has been hinted at since the beginning, and the drama did well to wrap up his goodbyes, allowing him to have meaningful moments with his daughter and granddaughter before he left. The scene that absolutely wrecked me, though, was watching him bid farewell to Seung-tak in the ER — exactly where they first met twenty years ago and this story really began. When Seung-tak bowed deeply to him — giving zero flicks that he looked like a looney bin in the middle of a crowded room — I teared up.

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But my tears quickly dried because Tess’s parting was followed by Young-min hashing out his poor post-coma choices with Mandu. If only Mandu could talk and call him an idiot for lying to Se-jin on our behalf. Young-min doesn’t have to stew in his abysmal choices for long, though, because Se-jin lets herself into his apartment and inserts herself into his life and future, knowing full well he remembers everything.

It’s a happy ending that closes with some more — highly preferred — bromance between Young-min and Seung-tak. They arrive at work at the same time, and Young-min warns Seung-tak that he will keep him by his side and train him extra hard — so many squats! Seung-tak eagerly follows and bounces on his heels like a puppy, cheekily insisting that Young-min will regret his decision. In their final moments on screen, we see them working in tandem and high-fiving after a successful surgery.

Overall, I’m very pleased with how Ghost Doctor tackled the themes of mentorship and the value of human life, and I absolutely loved the relationship — a rom-com, according to Seung-tak — between our leading men. Most of my disappointments stem from my high expectations. When this drama was good, it was good , which leaves other parts of it glaringly flawed. But like Young-min, who learned the value of not giving up on life, I’m glad I continued on with this drama. The journey may have occasionally been flooded by Se-jin’s excessive crocodile tears and blocked by her brother’s boulder-sized rings, but at least it led to a satisfying ending.

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February 23, 2022 at 5:12 PM

Thanks for the recap! I'm glad I stuck with the show. I too thought the show dipped in the middle when it delved too deep into tragic melodrama territory. But the rom-com between our male leads (I'm glad the show called that out!) was absolutely adorable all the way through. I love bickering couples in general and these two were a stellar pair.

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February 23, 2022 at 5:51 PM

Young-min and Seung-tak's relationship really was a rom-com. I loved their bromance. The final episodes were really good, wrapping up the drama nicely. It turned out to be a fun, heartwarming journey.

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3 ladynightshade wants to be gazed at by namgoong min

February 23, 2022 at 6:58 pm.

So glad the show acknowledged the real romcom was between Young-min and Seung-tak. Love a bit of self-awareness in my shows. While the show was at times frustrating during the middle, I am satisfied with how everything was wrapped up by the end. Thank god Young-min didn’t lose his memories or the lessons he learned during his time as a ghost. I legit would’ve brought out the pitchforks if that happened. I still think the fantasy elements were extremely flimsy and the female characters were criminally underused, but I’ve made my peace with it. Overall, nothing extraordinary, but a fun, heartwarming ride nonetheless.

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4 🧛‍♂️ 💔💔 but 👧💔💔💔💔

February 23, 2022 at 11:16 pm.

this show was the epitome of how well written Bromance should look like... Seung Tak and Young Min will remain my favs for a looong loong time.

its sad to bid adieu to the show i adored and enjoyed thoroughly without worrying about the issues (yes there were few here and there) which ideally should make me roll my eyes but it was Kim Beom and Rain together pulled thru it all.

I really pray and wish (my request on repeat) someone gives KB a role as charming, charismatic male lead in a Rom Com.. he deserves soooooooooooooo much more... at least look at that Heart warming Smile of his.

thanks for the recap and sooo happy i watched this show.. @ally-le thanks for asking me to watch it for Rain and i am taking Kim Beom with me in my heart and eyes...❤💜❤❤💜❤❤💜❤

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5 geminirat

February 24, 2022 at 12:29 am.

Thanks for the recap, @daebakgrits ! I haven't seen both these episodes because of work (and I watched the ending of Moonshine before this) but I surely will watch it very soon - maybe tomorrow night? When there's no work next day? :) Love the bromance between the 2 doctors and I think Na-eun has very slightly improved since Cinderella and Four Knights.

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6 FormAnOrderlyQueue

February 24, 2022 at 12:32 am.

Agree, @daebakgrits , the last 2 episodes did really well, leaving me with all the feels and ready to forgive the more irritating parts of the show. Really happy with the way they finished off the stories of all the coma ghosts - they were my favourites! Although at first I wanted them all to wake up, in the end I was really satisfied with the dignity with which they wound up the ghost's story who had to remain in a coma. The satisfaction of seeing our "OTP" complete a surgery together as partners at the end had me cheering. Not the most nuanced of dramas, but it had a lot of heart, and Rain and Kim Beom were great throughout.

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February 24, 2022 at 5:12 AM

I'm glad that the show and Seung-Tak knew that the kind relationship Seung-Tak and Youg-min had was rom-com :D I'm glad with how it all ended, no surprises but I was not watching this drama for surprised I like the ride, I liked the performance and I liked the leads Thank you for recaps, as much as I waited for this drama every week I waited for your recaps too, made everything extra enjoyable ^_^

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February 24, 2022 at 6:53 AM

I agree with the sentiment that Kim Bum and Rain made this the bromance to beat. A rom-com it was. I would have been happy if they were the end game! Uee, unfortunately, was wasted in this role. Her scenes were superfluous. Any green actress could have played her. I liked the happy ending for our cute little coma ghost couple though. They’re adorable. And Sung Dong-Il continues to show us why he’s casted in every show. He elevates every scene he is in. I’m glad I saw this one.

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9 Miss_elly

February 24, 2022 at 7:04 am.

i really enjoyed this drama alot. i think on of my favorite moments, was when seung-tak realised soo-jung is being hit on by the other dr. He was so cute when he was getting jealous.

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10 dramalover4ever

February 25, 2022 at 3:59 am.

Kim Bum and Rain. Need I say more?

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February 26, 2022 at 5:49 AM

@daebakgrits Thanks for the humourous weecaps of this drama. Unlike you, I teared up at Gook Chan's farewell rather than Tes's.

Now that the show is over, I realize that the writing was actually a bit clever because they twisted some of the common tropes into bits that din't mess the flow of the story like the amnesia trope changed into waking up from coma with no memory of one's life as a ghost or the love triangle trope shown as Se Jin and Soo Jung cordially forming rules to bond with Young Min/Seung Tak spirit/body. Scenes like these keep me wishing, the drama had been better.

Though I liked the character growth of both the leads and the writing in keeping it consistent in the finale, I wouldn't have minded an episode of having Young Min being back to his pricky self and slowly discovering his memories and lessons he learnt as a coma ghost because that would have been a hoot along with Seung Tak trying his best to provoke him into regaining his memory. I would have picked that plot over watching Se Jin wasting 2-3 episodes by crying.

Overall the drama was good, mostly attributed to Rain and Kim Bum's chemistry and their respective fictional characters.

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August 6, 2023 at 2:28 PM

Loved this Kdrama....worthwhile lessons on human relationships with great bromance, interesting character arcs that wrapped up at the end. I was hesitant to watch another drama about ghosts, but this one was so well-done. I enjoyed this medical drama as much as the Dr. Romantic franchise.

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“Ghost Doctor” Final Episode Recap And Ending Explained

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“ Ghost Doctor ” has aired its final episode last night, here is a recap of the finale and its ending explained.

Did Cha Young Min die in “Ghost Doctor?”

Cha Young Min was in a life or death situation and had to be operated on. Luckily, he does not die and survives the operation which was done on him.

Previously, he had agreed with Ahn Tae-Hyun that he’d assist Go Seung Tak in his own operation, he’d only interfere if the situation got bad.

During the operation, Go Seung Tak is possessed by Cha Young Min who does it for him, however, mid-operation, Cha Young Min gets ejected from his body and must watch Go Seung Tak try to save him. Go Seung Tak ends up being the one who saves him.

Did The “Ghost Doctor” Cha Young min wake up?

Yes, Cha Young min eventually wakes up. At first, they think he didn’t remember anything but it turns out that he could. Cha Young Min also ended up recording a video in Seung Tak’s body to watch in case he forgot.

He makes a full recovery.

Did Ahn Tae-Hyun pay for his crimes?

Yes. After Professor Cha wakes up, Ahn Tae-Hyun turns himself into the police station, he’s armed with a recording of Han Seung-Won talking about the murder of the chairman and such. He wants to pay for his crimes.

Was Han Seung-Won arrested?

He wasn’t but he went there voluntarily for questioning since they had evidence against him. Jang Min-Ho was also arrested by police for the murder of his father.

How does “Ghost Doctor” ends?

“Ghost Doctor” has a happy ending, it ends with Professor Cha coming back to the hospital as a changed man who now has more sympathy. He works together with Go Seung Tak to save patients’ lives.

Did Cha Young Min and Jang Se-Jin end up together?

Yes. Jang Se-Jin leaves to the U.S. to take care of some things and when she returns, she returns to Cha Young Min’s home, she’s going to stay there by his side. He said some harsh words for her when he woke up but regretted it. Turns out, despite what he said, Jang Se-Jin had no plans of losing him ever again. She gives him a back hug when she sees him and he gives her a hug back.

Did Go Seung Tak and Oh Soo-Jung end up together?

Not yet, but we can assume they will. One doctor is flirting with Oh Soo-Jung and Go Seung Tak shows jealousy, it isn’t hinted that they got together in the drama but we’d like to assume that they eventually do.

Did The “Ghost Doctor” have a happy or sad ending?

“Ghost Doctor” ending was a happy one. Cha Young Min and Jang Se-Jin end up together and Go Seung Tak is now able to carry out life as normal and do surgeries like a normal surgeon.

What did you guys think of the “Ghost Doctor” ending? Did you like it or not? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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Ghost Doctor is a very very nice drama….its been a long time since we’ve seen such good drama and such good chemistry. Cha young min and go seung tak did a very good job. Rain is superb ! Also Se Jin and seung tak good job !

I liked very much the Ghost Doctor drama, i waited for every series to view the next episode of the story

I loved the Ghost doctor I thought Cha young min and Go seung tak played brilliant parts ,the chemistry between them was exceptional I am so glad that it had a happy ending.

I’m really getting crazy about this drama,everything about it is actually happening in most places of our society. I can’t imagine I haven’t felt for food yet,since morning.I Love everything about “Ghost Doctor “

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3 Unforgettable Endings From “Ghost Doctor”

3 Unforgettable Endings From “Ghost Doctor”

Tension is building in tvN’s “ Ghost Doctor ” as concerns around Cha Young Min’s future begin to rise!

“Ghost Doctor” is a fantasy medical drama about two doctors, opposite in about almost every way, who by fate end up bound together in soul and body. Before the next episode airs, here are three memorable endings from the last few episodes!

Episode 1. Cha Young Min’s “coma ghost” transformation and possession of Go Seung Tak

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After successfully completing a surgery, Cha Young Min ( Rain ) received a call from his ex-lover, Jang Se Jin ( Uee ). He rushed outside in a hurry and gets involved in a mysterious car accident. Cha Young Min was taken to the hospital as a “coma ghost,” his body and soul now separated. Go Seung Tak ( Kim Bum ), known as the doctor with a clumsy hand, decided to take on his surgery. While performing the surgery, Go Seung Tak attempted to use the scalpel in the wrong place. Ghost Cha Young Min, who was watching the surgery, stopped him and guided his hand to the right place. At this moment, his possession of Go Seung Tak’s body began, and so did the start of their relationship.

Episodes 3-4. Cha Young Min about to disappear, Go Seung Tak reveals he can see ghosts

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Cha Young Min, who was on the verge of disappearing from existence, possessed Go Seung Tak’s body while they walked out of the hospital. They bumped into a pedestrian on the street, causing the soul to fly out of the body. As Cha Young Min was disappearing, Go Seung Tak, looking at the person who had fallen down, stretched his hand out, and said, “Let’s save them.”

Later, Go Seung Tak decided to undertake a difficult surgery. Cha Young Min had been worried about Go Seung Tak, as he couldn’t even hold the scalpel properly in the beginning. He began to guide him on how to help the patient. But Go Seung Tak, without wavering, looked straight at Cha Young Min and said, “Let’s save the patient first, Cha Young Min.” This is the first time that Go Seung Tak acknowledged he can see him.

Episode 6. Cha Young Min and Go Seung Tak work together!

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In episode 6, the duo finally began to cooperate and work together. Cha Young Min helped Go Seung Tak successfully complete the surgery of Oh Seung Jo. After the completion of the surgery, both lay on the ground and smiled at each other, pleased with their newfound partnership. This scene was heartwarming for viewers. Meanwhile, Jang Se Jin had requested Cha Young Min’s test results and heard the bad news that he would not be able to live much longer. Whether he’ll be able to overcome this is yet to be seen.

The next episode of “Ghost Doctor” will air on January 24 at 10:30 pm KST.

In the meantime, catch up on previous “Ghost Doctor” episodes:

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