Lee Jun Ki's Acting Eyes are On for "Arang and the Magistrate," Just Like Always
By Staff Writer | July 31, 2012 03:12 PM EDT
Lee Jun Ki elevates the suspense by acting through his eyes.
Actor Lee Jun Ki plays the intense character of Eun Oh, who has the skill of seeing ghosts, in the drama "Arang and the Magistrate."
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The photo revealed on the 30th of July showed Lee Jun Ki dressed in a blue traditional Han Bok, totally transformed into the character of Eun Oh. His eyes seem to be even more expressive than before.
"Arang and the Magistrate" representatives expressed, "Lee Jun Ki pours out all his energy since this is his first project since leaving for the military. Even in his small breaks, he's deep into the script. He's totally marinating in the character of Eun Oh, and you'll be able to see it through his solid acting."
They continued, "He has soaked up all of his acting skills compiled over the years. We look forward to seeing how he'll do in the near future, as well."
In the drama "Arang and the Magistrate," the main character Eun Oh (Lee Jun Ki) uses his ghost-seeing abilities sparingly in order to investigate the legend of Arang. It's ultimately a fantasy romance story held in the Chosun times between the ghost Arang (Shin Min Ah), who wants to know the cause of her sudden death, and, the rougher-edged Eun Oh.
This MBC drama series will start in August.
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