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Yeo Jin Goo in talks to lead the upcoming drama “Link: Eat, Love, Die”

Yeo Jin Goo’s next project will reportedly be the upcoming tvN drama “Link: Eat, Love, Die”

According to reports on July 13th Yeo Jin Goo has been chosen as the main lead for the new drama by tvN titled “Link: Eat, Love, Die.” The upcoming series will be a fantasy melodrama which was written and will be helmed by Kwon Ki Young (“Hello Monster” and “Suspicious Partner”).

Yeo Jin Goo’s agency Janus Entertainment shared that Yeo Jin Goo did receive the offer and is still reviewing the script. 

“Link: Eat, Love, Die” will narrate the story of a man who suddenly shares and experiences a woman’s feelings. He can feel all her joys, sorrows, and pain together. 

Yeo Jin Goo received the offer to play the role of Eun Gye Hoon. He set up a restaurant in a shabby neighborhood where is twin sister went missing more than 20 years ago. He works at the Michelin star restaurant and became well-known for his appearance and performance as a chef. One day, he suddenly started crying and laughing and experiences a sudden burst of emotions. 

Other details regarding broadcast date, casts, and more are not yet finalized. 

If Yeo Jin Goo accepts the offer to lead “Link: Eat, Love, Die”, this will be his follow up drama after the award winning drama “Beyond Evil.” The drama aired this year and he worked with Shin Ha Kyun, Choi Dae Hoon, Kim Shin Rok, Choi Sung Eun, Choi Jin Ho, and more.  

Many are already anticipating on Yeo Jin Goo’s next project as he has been on continuous success with the dramas he starred in. Before “Beyond Evil,” he was also part of the high rating drama “Hotel del Luna” with IU. 

Yeo Jin Goo was also the main lead of several dramas such as “My Absolute Boyfriend,” “The Crowned Clown,” “Reunited Worlds,” “The Royal Gambler,” “Orange Marmalade,” “Moon Embracing the Sun,” and more. 

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