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Tale of A-rang 

Arangsaddojeon (original title)
Lee Eun Oh, a noble's son, arrives at a small village in search of his missing mother. There, Arang, the ghost of a young woman that lost her memories of her past life, asks him to help her to figure out her identity and how she died.
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Series cast summary:
Shin Min-a ...  Arang Yoon 20 episodes, 2012
Lee Joon-Gi ...  Eun-oh Lee 20 episodes, 2012
Woo-jin Yeon Woo-jin Yeon ...  Joo-Wal 20 episodes, 2012
Jeong-su Han ...  Moo-yeong (The Angel of Death) 20 episodes, 2012
Oh-jung Kwon ...  Dol Swe 20 episodes, 2012
Hwang Bo-ra ...  Bang Wool 20 episodes, 2012
Lim Ju-Eun Lim Ju-Eun ...  Moo Yeon 20 episodes, 2012
Yong-geon Kim Yong-geon Kim ...  Lord Choi 20 episodes, 2012
Kim Kwang-gyu Kim Kwang-gyu ...  Lee Bang 20 episodes, 2012
Sang-Hoon Lee Sang-Hoon Lee ...  Hyung Bang 20 episodes, 2012
Jun Gyu Park ...  King of Underworld 20 episodes, 2012
Yoo Seung-ho ...  King of Heaven 20 episodes, 2012
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A vindictive spirit of single woman who died under wrongful circumstances and whose soul has been haunted by false accusations about her disappearances in coming to the district magistrate Eun Oh with a plea to help her exact her vengeance. Written by Rin Sanada

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A man who sees ghosts, a virgin ghost with unfinished business, deities from up high, and evil on Earth.
17 January 2017 | by ricalessandrayoungSee all my reviews

I felt that the story was dragging at parts.

There's comedy, romance, action, suspense and mystery.

The comedy can seem a little overdone, and the romance was cute but not heart-stopping-swoon-worthy. The fight scenes were well-made and the story itself is engaging. The soundtrack isn't the best and the acting of some of the minor characters felt forced, but the leads played their roles perfectly.

The main girl does tend to become frustratingly annoying towards the end, but the end itself makes up for it, plus her male lead was always there to save her.


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Country:

South Korea

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Korean

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15 August 2012 (South Korea) See more »

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