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Kim Go-eun to become Gong Yoo's lady in writer Kim Eun-sook's new drama

2016/05/26 | Permalink | Source

Kim Go-eun will play the female lead in writer Kim Eun-sook's new drama, "Goblin" on tvN, co-starring Gong Yoo.

According to an insider in broadcasting industry on May 26, Kim Go-eun landed the female lead role in the drama and will co-star with Gong Yoo in the romance drama. Kim Go-eun has delivered her great acting performance for her role in the recently finished tvN drama, "Cheese in the Trap".

"Goblin" is highly anticipated for being the comeback drama by 'Descendants of the Sun' writer Kim Eun-sook.

tvN drama "Goblin" is slated for November this year. "Goblin" is about a 'protective goblin' who needs a human priest to end his immortal life, and an Angel of Death living together. The drama is a wonderful but sad one as the goblin and the Angel of Death see the Dead off into the other world. The drama is anticipated to depict the sad, beautiful, and strange daily life.

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