Trailers for new MBC drama "Arang and the Magistrate" released
On July 11th, MBC released two trailers for the new MBC drama "Arang and the Magistrate," which will star actors Lee Junki and Shin Mina.
The two trailers, which were 27 seconds and 40 seconds long, showed various fight scenes and a romantic scene between the two main characters. Upon watching the trailers, many viewers were excited about the drama, especially the fight scenes, which utilized special effects that are comparable to that of grand-scale movie productions.
The drama "Arang and the Magistrate," which will be actor Lee Junki's first drama upon finishing his military service, is based on a Korean folklore about a female ghost (played by Shin Minah) who attempts to recover her memory of how she was wrongly killed. The ghost also falls in love with a magistrate (Lee Junki) who helps her avenge her death.
"Arang and the Magistrate" will begin airing on August 15th after the conclusion of "I Do, I Do" and will take over MBC's Wednesday and Thursday night drama time slot.
Check out the trailers below!
Source: Korea Star Daily, Kazumitk82
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