Gong Yoo's photoshoot for Discovery Expedition goes viral
Gong Yoo's photoshoot for Discovery Expedition goes viral Discovery Expedition

Well, there is no doubt that he is the most talked about Korean celebrity across the globe today. If you still have any doubts about its, check out Gong Yoo's dashing photoshoot for Discovery Expedition. Featured as a Rash Guard, the outfits perfectly compliments the well-carved body of the Goblin star.

Discovery has released a series of images on their official website and social platforms with Yoo featuring as a lifeguard. Shot on the exotic beaches of Dubai, the images have Yoo doing various lifeguard activities. The clothing collections are warm, sensual, and mesmerising.

Well, this is not the first time Yoo is getting praised for his dashing outfits. His record-breaking drama Goblin earned him the best-dressed star in Korea. Yoo's oversized coat he wore as Kim Shin created a new fashion statement in the country. Yoo always had a great sense of style statement, be it's his first drama "The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince" to latest hit "Goblin." An earlier article on Jakarta Post wrote, "One item that has drawn attention is a coat from Lanvin Paris' 2016 fall-winter collection, which he wore in the third episode of the show. It costs over 4 million won ($3310), but it has already become difficult to find it in stores here."

With a record-breaking premiere rating in tvN's history, Goblin portrayed the romance between a high school girl, played by Kim Go Eun and Goblin an adult male in his 30s, played by Gong Yoo. Also known as Guardian: The Lonely and Great God, the series narrates the story of a Joseon warrior Kim Shin and his cursed eternal life. To break the 900-year old quest, he needs the help of a human bride Ji Eun Tak.

Post the massive success of Goblin, Yoo's popularity soared high. His name almost topped all the popularity charts and even caught the attention of CNN Spotlight According to the reports, they filmed an exclusive interview with the Goblin actor to be a part of their series, Talk Asia.