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"Goblin" first script reading with Gong Yoo, Kim Go-eun and more

2016/08/31 | Permalink | Source

The cast and staff members of the new tvN drama "Goblin" gathered on the 30th of August. On site were Gong Yoo, Lee Dong-wook, Kim Go-eun, Yoo In-na, Yook Sung-jae, Kim Sung-kyum, Park Hee-bon, Hwang Suk-jung, Lee El and others.

Although this was their first get together, the 4-hour long reading session was intense.

"Goblin" is Gong Yoo's first drama in a while. He takes on the role of Kim Sin, the beautiful goblin while Kim Go-eun is Ji Eun-tak, a high school student.

Lee Dong-wook is a 'peppy Angel of Death', Yoo In-na is Sunny, the chicken restaurant owner and Yook Sung-jae is Yoo Deok-hwa, the 13th generation of his family that worships the goblin.

Kim Sung-kyum, Park Hee-bon, Hwang Suk-jung and Lee El all play roles that stand out and make the drama happen.

Writer Kim Eun-sook and director Lee Eung-bok were there and they claim the reading session was a success. They expect this to be another great drama.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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