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[Spoiler] "Arang and the Magistrate" is Shin Min-ah about to find out who Yeon Woo-jin is?

2012/10/03 Source

Shin Min-ah was a step closer to finding out about Yeon Woo-jin's pitiful job.

On the fifteenth episode of the MBC drama "Arang and the Magistrate", Arang (Shin Min-ah) rejected Choi Joo-wal's (Yeon Woo-jin) feelings for her but she looked through his sincerity.

Arang handed him the diary by Lee Seo-rim and told him, "This is the heart of someone else who likes you".

However, there was a twist. Arang held onto her hair pin to bring up the memories of Seo-rim but instead saw Choi Joo-wal walking somewhere with Eun-oh's (Lee Joon-gi) mother, Hong Ryeon.

She started suspecting Joo-wal's identity. On the preview of the next episode, it turns out Lee Joo-wal is the one who killed Lee Seo-rim under orders by Hong Ryeon and hinted that he had a sad destiny.

What kind of pain Arang would go through once she finds out that it was Yeon Woo-jin who killed her, can be seen on the sixteenth episode.

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