Well, we all have heard and seen the special bonding among Goblin cast members. But, it looks like the actors are taking their work-relationship to next level.
During his fan meeting For My Dear in Hong Kong, the 35-year-old actor revealed that the Goblin cast members have a secret chat group where they share career updates among each other. He said: "The day I flew to Hong Kong, I told them so... They said 'Have a good trip', 'I'm doing this', 'Let's meet up if we have time', and such. We keep in contact often."
This romantic comedy that ended its 16-episode run on Jan. 21, recorded a last-episode viewership rating of 20.5 percent, setting a new record and earning the number one spot as the most watched cable television drama.
Also known as Guardian: The Lonely and Great God, the series narrated the story of a Joseon warrior Kim Shin and his curse for an eternal life. To break the 900-year old quest, he needs the help of a human bride Ji Eun Tak. The supernatural bromance, perfectly timed romance and the mysterious past definitely made the fans go frenzy about the show. Its final episode recorded an epic nationwide audience share making it the highest rated drama in Korean cable television history, beating Reply 1988.
Goblin created records not only in TRP ratings but also in OSTs—that has topped many charts. Apart from this, fans also thronged in to see Goblin's location spots, where few famous scenes like the first meet and proposals were shot.
Post the massive success of the drama, all eyes are on model-turned-actor Gong Yoo's next project. The actor was on a short break post the drama and also travelled to Dubai for a photo shoot. According to sources, his next project is likely to be a film. During a recent fan meet in Taiwan, Yoo expressed his desire to play a villain in the future.
Grim Reaper Lee Dong Wook is busy with fan meetings across Asia while the leading ladies Kim Go Eun and Yoo In Na are yet to take a final call on their next move.