Actress Choi Ree, who played Kim Go Eun's cousin in 'Goblin', shared about her experience working on the hit drama.
First, she had something to share about the trending actor Gong Yoo. Choi Ree revealed, "It was an honor to work with Gong Yoo sunbaenim, whom I've liked since elementary school. We're both celebrities but Gong Yoo sunbaenim amazed me. I could feel that his acting is relaxed. He had something special even when reading one line."
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She continued to talk about Kim Go Eun next, and said, "Kim Go Eun sunbaenim has a cute charm of her own. She has a lot of aegyo so she created the [fun] atmosphere on set."
In 'Goblin', Choi Ree was an unnie older than Kim Go Eun, but she's actually 4 years younger. Regarding the age difference, Choi Ree commented, "It was a bit hard because behind the scenes I would say, 'Ahn nyeong ha sae yo' ('Hello' in formal way), then had to call her 'Yah' (hey) in front of the camera. At first, it was awkward but sunbaenim reached out to me first and treated me comfortably. I'm really thankful."
Choi Ree also revealed that she went on a severe diet to lose weight, hoping to make her look more mature.
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