Goblin actress Kim Go-eun has signed up with BH Entertainment after her contract with HODU&U Entertainment expired. BH handles a slew of portfolios including Lee Byung Hun, Han Hyo-joo, Han Ga-in, Han Ji-min, Choo Ja Hyun, Lee Ji-ah, and Lee Hee Joon. A representative from the agency has revealed the news to Osen Entertainment and has expressed their excitement in working with the actress.

Kim made her debut with the critically acclaimed film 'A Muse' in 2012 that won her several accolades. She later appeared in 'Monster,' Coin Locker Girl,' and Memories of the Sword.' However, she reached the pinnacle through her tvN dramas Cheese in the Trap (2016) and Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (2016-2017)—both of which were massive hits and created a new trend in Korea.

On the career front, Kim is reportedly reviewing an offer to star in Lee Joon-ik's new film that tells the story of a rapper who is forced to cancel his hip-hop audition to return back home to take care of his sick father. Park Jung Min has already been approached to play the main lead.

Meanwhile, there was an interesting tidbit from the Philippines on the story of a KFC employee who looks exactly like the Goblin actor Gong Yoo and his hunt fir his Goblin bride. KFC Manila have even released a poster that features Gong Yoo's lookalike waiting for his bride Ji Eun-Tak, played by Korean actress Kim Go-Eun. The latest buzz is that the Gong Yoo look alike has already found his bride (Kim's lookalike). "Congrats Yuka!" KFC posted the announcement, saying they had chosen the winner from hundreds of entries.

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