From Now On Showtime is a ghostly collaboration comedy drama about Cha Cha-woong (Park Hae-jin), a famous charismatic magician, and Go Seul-hae (Jin Ki-joo), a righteous and passionate police officer.

Cha Cha-woong (Park Hae-jin), a magician with cool charm, was described as ‘a ghost employer of a child’s selfishness’. As can be seen from his words, “What do you do by trusting a living person?”, he gives a hint about the character Cha Cha-woong, who has a chic appearance with a beautiful appearance. He also demonstrates fire magic and attracts attention with his confident appearance.

Go Seul-hae (Jin Ki-joo), a 100-point police officer, is revealing that she is a character with a secret. Go Seul-hae’s cry, “I can’t see an unfair person like me anymore,” raises the question of what kind of story she has. Although she is a tough police officer, she has a pure heart more than anyone else.

Kim Hee-jae, who plays police officer Lee Yong-ryeol, who is a straight-man lover, has a fresh and romantic atmosphere. Lee Yong-ryeol’s unrequited love of ‘I protect my woman’ is already making viewers’ hearts flutter.

Summary From Now on Showtime Episode 1

Cha Cha-woong (Park Hae-jin) and Go Seul-hae (Jin Ki-joo) had a quarrelsome chemistry.

Go Seul-hae said, “Well, I borrowed it from the person next door, so I gave it to him.” He said that he did not sell it to other magicians or broadcasters.

Cha Cha-woong said, “If something special happens! If it leaks, will you take responsibility for my life?”

Go Seul-hae said, “I will take responsibility,” and then approached Cha Cha-woong and said, “Have you been driving with your headlights broken before? It is a violation of the Road Traffic Act,” she said firmly.

At this time, a dead body incident occurred, and Go Seul-hae left, ignoring Cha Cha-woong, saying, “I will find you.”

Summary From Now on Showtime Episode 1

Summary From Now on Showtime Episode 2

According to Nielsen Korea, an audience rating research company on the 25th, ‘From Now on Showtime!’ recorded an audience rating of 3.7% (hereinafter referred to as the metropolitan area) and recorded a smooth rise following the first episode. Also, the scene where Min-ho (played by Choi Seong-won) unraveled an unfair story, said goodbye to his family, and paid his respects thanks to the cooperative investigation, recorded an instantaneous viewer rating of 5% and received the most attention.

On this day’s broadcast, Cha Cha-woong’s body owner, General Choi Gum (Jung Jun-ho), also appeared in earnest, adding to the interest in the story to come. In addition, viewers were enthusiastic about the trio of cute ghosts, not scary ghosts, and Go Seul-hae, who witnessed the ghost show firsthand, came to believe that Cha Cha-woong was a ghost seer.

A joint investigation between Cha Cha-woong and Go Seul-hae has begun in earnest to find the culprit who caused the death of the young patriarch Min-ho (Choi Seong-won), who suddenly lost his life. Although the two sometimes quarreled, they put their heads together and struggled to unravel Minho’s unfortunate story.

In the course of the investigation, Cha Woong encounters Seo Hee-soo (Kim Jong-hoon), who is Seul-hae’s longtime unrequited love and the head of the detective team at the powerful police station.

Cha-woong, who gave a shocking effect to Min-ho, who became a ghost, reminding him of his pre-death memories, reminds him of scenes he saw before he was murdered. Cha Woong and Seul Hae, who started an investigation using the number ‘1004’ that Minho remembered as a clue, find out that this number is not a license plate but a logo of a junkyard sign, and eventually succeed in arresting the criminal. Minho, who suffered a catastrophe to buy conch bread for his beloved wife, was relieved of his injustice even a little thanks to the two of them.

On the other hand, Choi Gum (Jung Jun-ho), a general god who has been brought to Cha-woong’s house, heralding the relationship between the two. In addition, Na Geum-ok (Cha Mi-kyung) and Ye-ji (Jang Ha-eun), a young shaman, talked about Cha-woong, who ran away because he did not want to become a shaman, adding to the curiosity of the story to be unfolded.

Summary From Now on Showtime Episode 2

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