A mysterious Korean ghost (Alodia Gosiengfiao) follows them back to Manila, haunting and claiming the souls of the men in their lives. The only way to stop the haunting is to finally give in to their father's request or fight off the malevolent spirit - but how can they when only Kimmy can hear the ghost and only Dora can see it? Will the two sisters continue to bicker with each other or will they put their differences aside to rescue their loves and live happily ever after?
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