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Kim Go-eun, a fan of "Cheese in the Trap"

2015/08/05 | 1784 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Go-eun talked about the new tvN drama "Cheese in the Trap".

Media Day was held on the 5th with appearances by director Park Heung-sik, actresses Jeon Do-yeon, Kim Go-eun, and actor Kim Young-min.

Kim Go-eun said, "I have been a fan of "Cheese in the Trap" since the original. I don't worry much about anything once I decide to go through with something".

"Cheese in the Trap" is based in an elite university and is about the many happenings of Yoo Jeong (Park Hae-jin) who has everything from looks to brains to wealth, Hong Seol, his junior at school and Baek In-ho, a free spirited man.

Kim Go-eun claimed producer Lee Yoon-jeong as her motive and said, ""Coffee Prince" is the drama of my life. I watched it from beginning to end endless of times. I've always wanted to work with Lee Yoon-jeong".

Kim has been going all out in action movies from "Memories of the Sword" "Monster - Movie" and "Coin Locker Girl". She says, "I want to try something I can do only this age now".

Meanwhile, "Memories of the Sword" is a movie about a man who dreamt of being king at the end of the Koryeo era when the sword soon meant power starring Lee Byung-hun, Jeon Do-yeon, Kim Go-eun and Lee Joon-ho. The movie comes out on the 13th of August.

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