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Actor Go Soo has a new baby girl

2015/04/17 Source

Actor Go Soo's new baby girl was born in the afternoon on April 17th.

The original due date was supposed to be sometime next month. However the baby was born earlier than expected at a hospital in Seoul. Both mom and baby are doing well.

Coincidentally, in the morning on the same day, there was a news report that Go Soo's wife was expecting a baby sometime next month.

Go Soo's agency BH Entertainment said in the morning on the same day, "Go Soo's wife is expecting. And the due date is sometime next month".

Go Soo was married in 2012 and had a baby boy in January, 2013. Now he is a father of two children.

Go Soo is currently filming movie, "Lucid Dream", which will be released in the second half of this year. The movie began filming on April 6th. He took on the role as an enthusiastic hardworking reporter, also a father, who struggles trying to find his lost son through Lucid Dream. He will pair up with Sol Kyung-gu in the movie.

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