Maō

Maō (魔王, lit. The Devil, or Demon King?), is a Japanese remake of the Korean suspense drama series titled The Devil (Hangul: 마왕; RR: Mawang) which aired on KBS 2TV in 2007. The drama stars Satoshi Ohno of Arashi and Toma Ikuta, both under the talent agency Johnny & Associates.

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