They became an unlikely team. Park Bong Pal (Taecyeon) is a college student who has always had the ability to see and communicate with ghosts. To make extra money, he hires himself out as an exorcist who helps people vanquish the ghosts haunting them, with only about a 50-50 success rate. He crosses paths with Kim Hyun Ji (Kim So Hyun), the ghost of a 19-year-old student who died in a car accident but has been wandering the Earth for five years because she is unable to move on to the afterlife. When Bong Pal and Hyun Ji first meet, they accidentally kiss and sparks fly. But more importantly, Hyun Ji knows that Bong Pal holds the key to her past so she decides to move in with him. With her ability to see how ghosts died, Hyun Ji teams up with Bong Pal to help ghosts cross over into the next world. But what secrets does Joo Hye Sung (Kwon Yool), a professor at Bong Pal’s university, hold to both Bong Pal and Hyun Ji’s predicaments? “Bring It On, Ghost” is a 2016 South Korean drama series directed by Park Joon Hwa. It is based on the webcomic "Ssawooja Gwishina” written by Im In Seu.