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"Arang and the Magistrate" Lee Joon-gi risks life and death

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"Arang and the Magistrate" Lee Joon-gi faces a danger.

On the upcoming episode of the MBC drama "Arang and the Magistrate", Eun-oh (Lee Joon-gi) approaches the secret of the abandoned shrine and risks his life.

On the August 30th episode, he discovered a well buried with hundreds of skeletons and was surprised. He used his mothers pin to investigate more but couldn't find anymore hints and was about to be disappointed.

However, in the end Eun-oh found mysterious amulets and made a step closer to the truth. On the 5th, those amulets will be revealed but Eun-oh will be in grave danger.

Meanwhile, "Arang and the Magistrate" is based on the motive of the Arang legend about a ghost who wants to find the truth about her death and a magistrate who is so bad tempered but can see ghosts.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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