The popular tvN drama 'Goblin' is nearing the end of its successful run, with just three episodes away from the finale. However, one cannot deny that the tvN fantasy drama largely depends on popular Korean actor Gong Yoo. The lead star of tvN series has huge fan following not only in Korea but in different parts of the world.
Recently, Koreaboo reported that Lee Su-hyun of the YG Entertainment duo Akdong Musician revealed that she is a huge fan of the 'Goblin' star and his character in 'Goblin' and that she also wishes to be the bride of 'Goblin'.
However, the lady-killer doesn't really have a plan to get married ever. The actor seems to step away at the thought of marriage. Gong Yoo revealed in an interview back in September that he is not in a hurry to get married. He further revealed that his thoughts on this matter were highly influenced by director Kim Ji-woon.
Because of his age, he has been questioned about it a number of times but he currently wishes to stay single. Moreover, he doesn't even look 37, does he? It is hard to say, whether he is ruling out the option to marry ever or it is just a matter of time.
However, recently in KBS Entertainment's weekly program, in the middle of the streets of Seoul, Gong Yoo was put in the spotlight to entertain his fans.
One of his fans asked the Goblin actor to announce his marriage on the fans site, whenever he intends to do it. It was fun moments as according to bitbag, the fan quickly went on to say that though she was not really ready for the handsome star to get married so soon.
The actor candidly agreed to his fan's request and also went on to give a 'pinky' swear to assure that he would surely do so. In the latest episode of "Goblin", it was seen that Eun Tak tried to remove the sword from Goblin's chest, which he used for defeating evil eunuch ghost (Kim Byung Chul). But in spite of trying her best, Eun Tak couldn't hold onto the goblin. The body of Shin turned into fiery ashes.
Fans will have to wait until Jan 20, for the Goblin's 14th episode and there will a three-hour finale on Jan. 21.