A man with no memories of his past life gets a very unusual visitor. Moon Ki (Bong Tae Gyu) gets into an accident and loses his memory. After waking up in the hospital, he only learns his name and address through a fingerprint check. After he is released from the hospital, Moon Ki goes to his home, which doesn’t feel familiar to him. He wakes up in the middle of the night to see an unknown woman (Park Shin Hye) looking down on him. The woman tells Moon Ki that she is a ghost and takes him to a funeral that turns out to be her own! Moon Ki learns that the ghost is Kim Yeon Hwa, who was killed during a robbery. Moon Ki wonders if Yeon Hwa came to him to ask him to help catch her killer, but she tells him that there is something else much more important he needs to do for her. What could that be, and could it be trapped deep in his forgotten memory? “Don’t Worry, I’m a Ghost” is a 2012 South Korean drama special directed by Lee Eun Jin. It was a part of the “KBS Drama Special 2012,” an anthology series that featured a different story with each episode and originally aired from June 3 to December 23, 2012.