This is the necklace Shin Woo Yeo gave to Lee Dam when he told her he loves her!
Finale to simulcast at 9:40pm with South Korea and 191 countries worldwide.
Leading up to the series’ finale (last two episodes) on July 14 and 15 on iQiyi and iQ.com, the latest episodes of “My Roommate is a Gumiho” took the viewers on a rollercoaster of emotions when Lee Dam (played by Lee Hye Ri) and Shin Woo-yeo (Jang Ki Yong) broke up and reconciled trying to overcome the fated hurdles along their way.
Already on its 10th episode (as of June 24th), we’ve listed 10 reasons to catch up on this mystical romantic K-drama.
Go Kyung Pyo (from “Reply 1998”), Kang Mina (former member of girl group I.O.I. ), and Jung So Min (from “Monthly Magazine Home”) make their anticipated cameos in “My Roommate is a Gumiho.”
They also said that they hoped to visit the Philippines for a fan meeting once things get better.
My Roommate is a Gumiho simulcast streaming with Korea every Wed & Thu at 9:40pm.
“Sweet And Sour” premieres today, June 4, via Netflix.
International on-demand streaming service iQiyi released a new trailer for its first original Korean drama series, My “Roommate is a Gumiho.”
EXO’s Sehun will reportedly join the cast of “Now, We Are Breaking Up,” starring Song Hye Kyo (from “Descendants Of The Sun”) and Jang Ki Yong (from “Born Again”).
“Descendants Of The Sun” actress Song Hye Kyo and “Search: WWW” actor Jang Ki Yong are confirmed as leads in the upcoming series “Now, We Are Breaking Up.”
Jang Ki Yong stars as the titular Gumiho – a nine-tailed fox spirit – who has spent the last 999 years trying to attain human form. Just as he is about to succeed, he bumps into a college student, played by Hyeri.
Nam Da Reum is once again gaining attention after appearing as the teenage version of Kim Seon Ho’s character, Han Ji Pyeong, in “Start-up.”
In an episode of Yu Hui Yeol’s Sketchbook via Viu Philippines, “Search: WWW” actor Jang…