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[Spoiler] Lee Joon-gi worried sick about Shin Min-ah going to the other world

2012/08/23 | 578 views | Permalink | Source

Magistrate Eun-oh (Lee Joon-gi) was worried sick after having sent "Arang (Shin Min-ah) to the other world.

On the fourth episode of the MBC TV drama "Arang and the Magistrate", Arang left for the afterworld.

She asked the angel of death Moo-yeong (Han Jung-soo) to let her meet the Great Jade Emperor to find out the reason she died.

Arang worried about not having said bye to Eun-oh. Eub-oh was the one who missed her most. He found the shawoman Bang-wool (Hwang Bo-ra) as he was worried sick.

Bang-wool told him, "She would be in hell as she made some mistakes in the other life. There is excruciating pain there" and made him even more worried.

When he asked what kind of a place hell was, she told him, "There are seas of fire and bodies are sawed everywhere with winds like knives".

Eun-oh worried greatly about Arang and sighed. However, Bang-wool told him to forget about her as he would never be able to go where she was.

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