Because Korean ghost stories are the best ghost stories

Watch a sneak peek of this week's Halloween-themed 'Dr. Ken.'

It's Halloween on Dr. Ken! But Dave (Albert Tsai) can't seem to get into the spooky holiday spirit. Fearing her son is growing up too fast, Allison (Suzy Nakamura) hopes D.K.'s (Dana Lee) unique Korean ghost tale -- brought to life by the Park family and the Welltopia gang -- will bring back Dave's excitement for Halloween.

Because everybody knows Korean ghost stories are the best ghost stories.

Inspired by executive producer/star Ken Jeong's real life and career as a medical doctor, the multi-camera comedy Dr. Ken follows Dr. Ken Park, a physician with bad bedside manner trying to juggle medicine and being a family man to his wife and kids -- and not quite succeeding on either front.

Here's a sneak peek and some more info about this week's episode, "D.K.'s Korean Ghost Story":

"D.K.'s Korean Ghost Story"
Airdate: Friday, October 21 (8:30-9:00pm)

On Halloween, Allison is disappointed the holiday doesn't seem to scare Dave anymore, meaning her little boy is growing up, perhaps too fast. But that might change after D.K. tells a scary Korean gwishin (ghost) story. The Park family, as well as the gang at Welltopia, bring the story to life playing the various gwishins.

"Dr. Ken" stars Ken Jeong as Dr. Ken, Suzy Nakamura as Allison, Tisha Campbell Martin as Damona, Jonathan Slavin as Clark, Albert Tsai as Dave, Krista Marie Yu as Molly, Dana Lee as D.K. and Dave Foley as Pat.

Guest cast: Om Angarkar as robot, Parker Lewis as shark.

"D.K.'s Korean Ghost Story" was written by Jim Brandon & Brian Singleton and directed by Phill Lewis.

Dr. Ken airs Fridays at 8:30 on ABC.

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