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Kim Go-eun thanks "Goblin", reunion scene with Gong Yoo was the best

2017/11/07 | Permalink | Source

Kim Go-eun was featured on the covers of fashion magazine Marie Claire.

According to BH Entertainment, the Hong Kong version of Marie Claire released pictures of Kim Go-eun on its official Instagram.

In the following interview, Kim Go-eun mentioned the tvN drama "Goblin" and said, "I am grateful for "Goblin". I was happy being Eun-tak".

As the most memorable scene, Kim Go-eun said, "We filmed the scene where we [Gong Yoo and Kim Go-eun] reunite after nine years and Eun-tak gets her memory back in Canada. There was a lot of emotional pressure and I remember being very serious about it".

The interview revealed that Kim Go-eun used to live in China so she speaks fluent Chinese.

She said, "I lived abroad for ten years, but they were very rural areas. The experience is helping me with my acting".

Kim Go-eun is now starring in Lee Joon-ik's "Sunset in My Hometown".

Source : www.dailian.co.kr/new...

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