Ghost: Mouichido Dakishimetai

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Ghost: Mouichido Dakishimetai
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Taro Otani
Produced by Takashige Ichise
Written by Shimako Sato, Miho Nakazono
Screenplay by Miho Nakazono, Shimako Sato
Story by Bruce Joel Rubin
Music by Michiru Oshima
Cinematography Takuro Ishizaka
Edited by Yoshifumi Fukasawa
CJ Entertainment
Paramount Pictures
Miyagi Television Broadcasting
D.N. Dream Partners
Pivot Plus Music
Distributed by
Release dates
  • November 13, 2010 (2010-11-13) (Japan)
Running time 116 minutes
Country Japan
South Korea
Language Japanese
Box office US$9,833,553[1]

Ghost: Mouichido Dakishimetai (ゴースト もういちど抱きしめたい?) is a 2010 Japanese remake of the 1990 American film Ghost.[2] It is directed by Taro Otani and it stars Nanako Matsushima, Song Seung-heon, Mana Ashida and Kirin Kiki.[3]


Nanami Hoshino, a wealthy entrepreneur, marries Korean potter Kim Jun-ho, and they both live a seemingly happy life. Then, one month after their marriage, Nanami is killed by a biker on her way home. This tragedy leaves Jun-ho completely devastated. At the hospital, Nanami's ghost arises from her body, and upon meeting a ghost child, she realizes that she is a ghost whose presence cannot be seen. She then realizes that her death was no coincidence and Jun-ho is in imminent danger. Unable to communicate with normal humans, Nanami seeks help from the elderly psychic Unten in hopes of saving Jun-ho's life.



Theme song[edit] reported on 1 September 2010 that the theme song of the film Ghost: Mouichido Dakishimetai will be the song "Aishiteru" (アイシテル?), which is sung by singer Ken Hirai.[4] This song was released as his 33rd single on 10 November 2010.[4] Ken Hirai had previously provided theme songs for films like I Give My First Love to You and Ano Sora o Oboeteru.[4]


  1. ^ "Box Office Mojo"., Inc. Retrieved 2011-07-02. 
  2. ^ CinemaToday (2010-05-12). "デミ・ムーアが世界を泣かせた『ゴースト ニューヨークの幻』アジア版に松嶋菜々子とソン・スンホンが主演" (in Japanese). CinemaToday. Retrieved 2011-07-02. 
  3. ^ "ゴースト もういちど抱きしめたい on" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2011-07-02. 
  4. ^ a b c (2010-09-01). "平井堅、松嶋菜々子版「ゴースト」主題歌でこん身のバラード" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2011-07-02. 

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