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Gong Hyo-jin in "Master's Sun"

2013/08/09 | Permalink | Source

Gong Hyo-jin has now taken over all genres from romance, comedy, horror and human.

Gong Hyo-jin newly came out as the character Tae Gong-sil who doesn't adjust to reality due to her gift of seeing ghosts in "Master's Sun".

Gong Hyo-jin created a new character like never seen before. As important as her roles is in living up to the genre 'romantic horror', Gong Hyo-jin didn't let anyone down and pulled off the freaky yet lovely character well.

Tae Gong-sil started hanging around Joo Joong-won (So Ji-sub) after learning that she didn't see ghosts when she was with him. She didn't mind the abuse she got as the cleaning lady at his shopping mall.

Gong Hyo-jin's unique loveliness made everyone's heart beat and the way she struggled to keep a straight face whenever Kang-woo (Seo In-guk) did her nice favors just makes her seem more adorable.

This and facing the ghosts that appear here and there conveyed enough horror to the TV and the way she helps out the ghosts by doing their lasts, touched the hearts of many.

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