Gong Yoo in 2016 has done the highly successful movie Train to Busan and then another box office hit The Age of Shadows.He is said to return to the TV series in Goblin staring as titular goblin which is a fantasy romance.
Every time there is a sparkling, sizzling, scorching new onscreen pairing, drama viewers of various persuasions suddenly feel this uncontrollable urge to scream at the screen: Just Date Already! It’s often exhilarating, but mostly painful since the number of co-stars who ended up dating is a tiny fraction of the amount of acting couplings out there.
And the number that end up walking down the line I can count on one hand.
Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young in: Onscreen chemistry: evident but couldn’t be developed because Lee Bo Young played the crazy insane psycho second female lead and not Ji Sung’s OTP (who was played by Eugene) Offscreen chemistry: low-key Status: Still going strong after 6 years. To be honest, there are certain actors that viewers tend to ship them a lot with their co-stars, and both Kang Ji Hwan and Yoon Eun Hye are that type of actor.
Jang Dong Gun and Ko So Young in the movie Onscreen chemistry: sizzling Offscreen chemistry: very little since they rarely appeared in public together after they started dating. Lee Sang Yoon and Nam Sang Mi in Onscreen chemistry: burned a hole through my screen Offscreen chemistry: burned a hole through my screen, but likely fizzled because it was so intense Status: Teary breakup after 2 years Lee Dong Gun and Han Ji Hye in Onscreen chemistry: Soul-searching Offscreen chemistry: So in love, but couldn’t make it work. Status: Ended after 2 years, and Barbie is now married to a chaebol heir Co-stars heavily rumored to have dated but never publicly confirmed it: Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook after Koala’s two real life shippy holy grails: My Geun Geun Babies FTW! There is a sizeable group that ship Eun Hye with Joo Ji Hoon back when they did co-star Park Shin Hye and think I’m some interloper by shipping him with Moon Geun Young.
Gong Yoo is known to be private when it comes to his personal life, especially his love life.
It was in 2007 when Gong Yoo became popular and earned the status of being a hallyu star by starring in the MBC romance-drama series titled “Coffee Prince.”At the peak of his career, Gong Yoo enlisted in military in January 2008 and returned to show business after ending the mandatory service in December 8, 2009.
I don't know if it's because of my age but it is true that I'm becoming late to the dating scene...
I am pretty much used to being alone but I don't think it's that bad...
But no plans have been made and they didn't say, 'You have to get married at a certain time.'"With his good looks and talent, it's a mystery as to why he's still single!