Tales of a 'gumiho'

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Tales of a 'gumiho'

 From left, actors Jang Ki-yong, Lee Hye-ri, director Nam Sung-woo, actors Kang Han-na, Kim Do-wan and Bae In-hyuk pose during Wednesday’s press conference for the tvN romantic comedy series “My Roommate is a Gumiho,” which aired its first episode on the same day. A ‘gumiho’ is a legendary nine-tailed fox creature in Korean folklore, which usually takes the form of a beautiful woman and hunts men. But in this series, the gumiho is a 999-year-old man who ends up living with a woman born in 1999. [TVN]

From left, actors Jang Ki-yong, Lee Hye-ri, director Nam Sung-woo, actors Kang Han-na, Kim Do-wan and Bae In-hyuk pose during Wednesday’s press conference for the tvN romantic comedy series “My Roommate is a Gumiho,” which aired its first episode on the same day. A ‘gumiho’ is a legendary nine-tailed fox creature in Korean folklore, which usually takes the form of a beautiful woman and hunts men. But in this series, the gumiho is a 999-year-old man who ends up living with a woman born in 1999. [TVN]

 
From left, actors Jang Ki-yong, Lee Hye-ri, director Nam Sung-woo, actors Kang Han-na, Kim Do-wan and Bae In-hyuk pose during Wednesday’s press conference for the tvN romantic comedy series “My Roommate is a Gumiho,” which aired its first episode on the same day. A gumiho is a legendary nine-tailed fox creature in Korean folklore, which usually takes the form of a beautiful woman and hunts men. But in this series, the gumiho is a 999-year-old man who ends up living with a woman born in 1999. [TVN]
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