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"Goblin" Park Kyung-hye, "Pleased to be in it"

2016/11/29 | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Kyung-hye is starring in the tvN drama "Goblin".

Park Kyung-hye has been in the spotlight for her unique aura and she's starred in various dramas and movies.

"Goblin" is written by Kim Eun-sook who created numerous hits like "The Heirs" and "Secret Garden" and it is directed by Lee Eung-bok. The drama is about a goblin in search of a human wife to end his immortality, a death angel who lives with him and a girl who claims she's the goblin's wife.

Park Kyung-hye puts on the mask of a lonely ghost in this drama. She is only visible to Kim Go-eun and follows her around.

Park Kyung-hye says, "I'm happy to be in this drama. I've always enjoyed Kim Eun-sook's works and it's an honor to be in one of them".

Meanwhile, the cast of "Goblin" are Gong Yoo, Lee Dong-wook, Kim Go-eun, Yoo In-na and Yook Sung-jae. The first episode is to be released on the 2nd of December.

Source : star.mbn.co.kr/view.p...

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