I finally got a chance to watch the first two episodes of Arang and the Magistrate, and what can I say? I adore it. It’s a wonderful combination of comedy and mystery, and the drama speeds along, not wasting a single scene.
After reading these character descriptions, I am even more excited. Eun-Oh, the character that Lee Junki is playing, is not what I expected from the original short taglines.
Interestingly, English translations of the main character descriptions were already available at the official website. The translations are clunky but they could be worse. Read more
The official poster for the upcoming Joseon era fantasy romance action drama, Arang and the Magistrate, has been released and it looks awesome. The tagline reads, “A relationship that started like it was destiny; a reality/truth greater than the imagination.” Shin Mina, as Arang the maiden ghost, floats in the air as Lee Junki, as the magistrate Eun Oh, reaches out for her. I love the forest background in the poster. That forest looks amazing in the trailer with all the crooked trees. It looks so eerie, perfect for ghosts to be hanging around. Read more
The first teaser for Arang and the Magistrate is finally here. What a good week!
Caption 0:02- A legend is newly reborn.
Shin Mina 0:05- “You made a fool out of me?!”
Caption 0:07- Reckless maiden ghost Arang
Caption 0:10- Flower boy cynical magistrate Eun Oh
Caption 0:13- Joseon era fantasy romance action drama
Lee Junki 0:22- “Not this but…”
MBC has released the first BTS stills of its upcoming drama, Arang and the Magistrate. The stills are from episode 1, when Arang and the magistrate, Kim Eun Oh, meet for the first time. Apparently we are going to see Arang on rooftops a lot. Poor Shin Mina. Also pictured is Lee Junki with actor Kwon Oh Joong who plays Eun Oh’s manservant.