South Korean actor Park Bo Gum recently sent a gift to his beloved friend Go Kyung Pyo proving that their friendship is still going strong.
On May 13, "Chicago Typewriter" actor Go Kyung Pyo took to Instagram to share a picture with the caption, "Park Bo Gum is so kind-hearted. I plan on returning the favor next time Park Bo Gum is filming something. Thank you!"
According to Soompi, in the picture, Go Kyung Pyo is seen standing in front of a coffee truck and it has a banner that reads, "I love you, I'm grateful to be able to send Go Kyung Pyo coffee!"
It seems that "Love in the Moonlight" star sent over a truck full of coffee and snacks for his friend Go Kyung Pyo out of love and affection for his dear friend.
Previously, Go Kyung Pyo and Park Bo Gum have worked together on productions like the movie KBS's "Tomorrow Cantabile," "Chinatown," and tvN's "Reply 1988."
In other news, the kind 23-year old actor will reportedly be showing off some of his musical talents in a graduation musical.
Park Bo Gum's agency recently revealed, "Park Bo Gum will be participating in Myongji University's rendition of the musical 'Hairspray' as a member of the music department. He is currently practicing for the graduation performance with his fellow students."
According to Dramafever, everyone involved in the event be it his fellow cast members, classmates, friends or family of the student body, have never been this excited for a school musical before.
Also, Park Bo Gum and Red Velvet's Irene is all set to host 2017 Music Bank World Tour. The Kpop singer and the Love in the Moonlight actor's chemistry were loved by the fans when they hosted KBS' Music Bank. However, they decided to leave the show due to their busy schedules.
Meanwhile, the actor recently took home the Popularity Award at the 53rd Baeksang Arts Awards.