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Sell Your Haunted House (2021) 대박부동산

Sell Your Haunted House (2021)
Other Title: 대박부동산, Great Real Estate, The Chronicle of Haunted Real Estate, Daebak Real Estate, Real Estate Exorcism, Daebakbudongsan

Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Supernatural
Episodes: 
16
Country: 
South Korea
Director: 
Park Jin Suk
Writer: 
Ha Soo Jin
Network: 
KBS2
Release Date: 
Apr 14, 2021 – Jun 3, 2021
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Cast:

  • Jang Na Ra as Hong Ji Ah
  • Jung Yong Hwa as Oh In Beom
  • Kang Hong Suk as Chief Heo
  • Kang Mal Geum as Deputy director Joo
  • Ahn Kil Kang as Do Hak Sung
  • Heo Dong Won as Kim Tae Jin

Synopsis:
An occult drama about real estate brokers who exorcise and clean out buildings in which ghosts frequent and people have died in. Although Daebak Real Estate’s boss and exorcist Hong Ji Ah seems perfect with her beauty and intelligence, she’s actually a hot-tempered exorcist whose fists come before her words. Her ability to exorcise has been passed down from her mother.


A home is a peaceful haven for some, an object of speculation for some, a symbol of success for some, and a dream of a lifetime that cannot be given up. The meaning of a house varies from generation to generation, depending on the class, but Koreans’ obsession with the house is unusual enough to talk about the house and real estate if only two or more people gather. Sometimes, because of the house, neighbors, siblings, and parents and children become members of Cheolcheon.

Through the ghost attached house professionals jackpot estate female housing insecurity live alone, pre-sale fraud, Solitude four, and at the same time criticizing the various social issues such as inheritance to the roundabout and digging, still such weak solidarity and sublime, a small but non-trivial definition I want to talk about the humanity and hope that remain within us.

The dead are silent. It’s not because you have nothing to say, but because you have lost your voice to speak. Our protagonists lend their voices to them and listen to their unfair stories. They were discriminated against because they had nothing, a child was sacrificed because of the greed of adults, and they couldn’t complain about the loss of a hard-earned house. Listening to someone’s story alone, isn’t the world a better place?

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