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"Orange Marmalade" Yeo Jin-goo, will he reveal he's a vampire?

2015/06/25 | Permalink | Source

It looks like peculiar things are going to happen to Yeo Jin-goo.

"Orange Marmalade" is a KBS 2TV drama which time leaps to 300 years ago when humans and vampires came to a mutual agreement to co-existing in this world.

Yeo Jin-goo in the picture looks angry at someone and is holding him at the collars. He's also reading a note that came with an arrow with an unreadable expression on his face.

Yeo Jin-goo looks determined with the protective piece (to be kept from being bitten by vampires) in his hand, too.

Jae-min apparently goes through a series of unexpected events and tension will be at its peak level this week.

Meanwhile on the seventh episode, Jung Jae-min slowly overcame is fear of blood and claimed he was going to sit for the military examination.

The eighth episode of the drama "Orange Marmalade" can be seen on the 26th at 10:55PM.

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