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Kim Go-eun Joins Lee Min-ho in Kim Eun-sook's "The King: Forever Sovereign"

2019/05/19 | 1411 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Go-eun is reuniting with Kim Eun-sook.

Kim Go-eun is starring in the writer's latest, "The King: Forever Sovereign", alongside Lee Min-ho.

She will take on the challenge of playing two roles as a detective named Jeong Tae-eul, and Luna, a low-life criminal in this fantasy romance drama.

Hwa and Dam Pictures stated, "It's not easy playing not just two roles, but two very contrasting roles. However, we decided she has the capacity to pull it off, as she has proven herself through various movies and her performance as a girl to a woman in the drama "Goblin"".

"The King: Forever Sovereign" deals with the subject of parallel worlds. A deity has unleashed a demon unto the world of humans, and that demon has opened the door to a parallel world. An emperor of the Korean Empire tries to shut the doors to a dimension opened by demons, and a detective tries to protect their life, the people, and their love.

"The King: Forever Sovereign" begins filming later this month and aims for a release in 2020.

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