NEWS - Goblin actor Gong Yoo named among most charming, fashionable actors in South Korea
February 23, 2017
South Korean actor is named as one of the male celebrities with the best charm. He is also highly appreciated for portraying a character with great fashion sense.
Gong Yoo not only impressed the viewers with his acting talent but also played the lead role with great style. The actor played the role of a warrior turned immortal god named Kim Shin in the recently-ended tvN series Goblin.
The drama was undoubtedly one of the best in the recent times and the ratings are a proof of that. Moreover, the character was one of the most fashionable characters in K-dramas. According to Soompi, Gong’s iconic character was given an impressive male winter fashion including oversized coats and turtleneck tops.
Many believed that the actor’s look was worthy of a model’s runway look given the tall stature and fit body of Gong Yoo. The pieces Gong Yoo wore in Goblin became hot fashion trends.
In the same list was Goblin’s lead actress Kim Go Eun. The South Korean actress made it to the list with the role of Hong Seol in Cheese in the Trap, where she managed a perfect combination of a ‘hipster style mixed with comfortable pieces’.
Currently, it is reported that Gong Yoo will be taking a break from work from mid-march as he did not ger a single day off after Goblin ended as he went on to complete his other commitments. Moreover, it is also said that the actor will think what to do next while he is on this break.
It all started because of Marinette’s going theory about Alya’s fear of heels.
“You never wear them!” Marinette cackled during lunch. “I’ve never seen you in a pair of heels once!”
“That doesn’t mean I’m afraid of them,” Alya sighed. “I just don’t like wearing them. They’re uncomfortable.”
“I was texting you pictures of those heels I wanted to buy online last night and you responded with a nauseated face emoji followed by the fearful face emoji,” Marinette announced, checking her old texts. “That sounds like fear and disgust to me.”
Adrien and Nino were huddled together overhearing the conversation. “Oh damn,” Nino whispered in awe. “Marinette pulled out receipts.”
“The plot thickens,” Adrien muttered.
“Okay, that’s taken out of context,” Alya defended. “You’ll remember that I said that after you showed me an eight inch pair of heels and said, and I quote, ‘wouldn’t these look so cute on you?’”
“They still would.”
“They’re eight inch heels, babe.”
Adrien raised a hand. “I don’t know, Marinette’s got a pretty compelling argument, Alya. It’s just a matter of facts and evidence.”
“Gotta agree with Adrien,” Nino shrugged. “It’s fine, Alya. We’re all scared of something. Nothing to be ashamed of. Marinette’s just braver than all of us and wears heels almost every other day.”
Marinette sighed. “It’s a gift and a curse.”
Alya stared incredulously between the three of them. “Okay, you’re all crazy, and I hate all of you, and this is such a dumb conversation. I could totally wear heels if I wanted to.”
Nino snorted. “You think you have the guts to pull a Marinette? Girl glides in heels, she makes it look way too easy.”
“I can pull a Marinette,” Alya insisted.
“Wait!” Adrien exclaimed. “If Alya pulls a Marinette, then Marinette has to pull an Alya.”
Nino gasped dramatically with a shit eating grin on his face. “Are you suggesting a style swap?”