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Go Bo-gyeol, Park Min-young is a dependable senior actress

2017/08/08 | 1387 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Go Bo-gyeol was in the drama "Queen for 7 Days" with Park Min-young.

In a recent interview, Go Bo-gyeol said, "We didn't meet much in the drama but she took care of me when we did".

"She has a lot of experience in sageuk/period dramas as well as experience acting, so she helped me a lot with how to proceed as an actress. She told me I have to be able to convince the viewers and I decided I could depend on her in the future".

There were endless donations of coffee trucks to "Queen for 7 Days" as the whole team struggled under blistering heat. There was one coffee truck that everyone remembers and that is the one that was sent by Go Bo-gyeol's mother. She said, "She's my number 1 fan and it meant a lot".

"It was my first coffee truck. When I posted pictures of it, my mother said she felt really proud. My presence in "Queen for 7 Days" was special and so was my mother's coffee truck".

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