City Hunter 2: Gong Yoo may join Lee Min-ho in the sequel, Park Shin Hye to replace Park Min Young

Reportedly, "Goblin" actor Gong Yoo will also join Lee Min-ho in the action-packed sequel of City Hunter.

Lee Min Ho
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The Legend of the Blue Sea actor Lee Min-ho will be back as Lee Yun-Seong in the upcoming City Hunter 2. According to the Korea Portal, Goblin actor Gong Yoo will also join Lee Min-ho in the action-packed sequel.

According to AsiaStarz, Park Shin Hye will be replacing Park Min Young in the much-anticipated City Hunter 2. The news outlet also reported that the reason for the former leading lady to not return in the upcoming movie is something personal.

However, the film's fans are quite excited and hoping to see both Korean superstars, Lee Min-ho and Gong Yoo together on-screen. They would definitely complement each other, going by their undeniable exemplary acting skills which were evident in their action-themed shows.

This is not the first time Lee Min-ho and Park Shin Hye are going to be seen on-screen together. Earlier, they have worked together in "The Heirs" and people loved their chemistry.

However, this news has not gone well with Lee Min-ho's rumoured girlfriend Suzy Bae. Previously, GamenGuide reported that Suzy Bae decided to break up with because of this reason. Apparently, she feels jealous whenever she hears her boyfriend is being linked to Park Shin Hye.

GamenGuide stated: "Although they (Lee Min-ho and Park Shin Hye) were romantically linked in the past, Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye didn't end up as a couple"

The website further revealed: "Now that Lee Min Ho and Suzy Bae are reportedly in a relationship but, it seems like Lee Min Ho is reaching out to Park Shin Hye for comfort."

While, Park Shin Hye is confirmed to be a part of the sequel, but there are no official reports about Gong Yoo yet.

In other news, rumours are circulating that Gong Yoo will not be a part of 'Train to Busan 2', and Song Joong Ki and Lee Min Ho will be replacing him.

This article was first published on February 15, 2017