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Gong yoo talks about the silent  sea 

Gong yoorecently appeared in a photoshoot for the October issue of GQ Magazine. He can be seed wearing a wide variety of suits, and the photos also emphasize his physical side. An interview in GQ also goes into why Gong Yoo decided to make "The Silent Sea" his next drama following his last drama appearance in the megahit "Goblin" from 2016.


According to Gong Yoo, the reason was because he found the near science fiction nature of the setting to be appealing. Gong Yoo explained that he picks projects in the hopes they will give audiences something to reflect on. So he decided to go along with a story dealing with concerns of the immediate future.

Gong yoo also cited a desire for people to look at his filmography and think that he was compassionate. Gong Yoo will start filming "The Silent Sea" soon, having recently completed filming for the movie "Seo Bok", another science fiction project. Neither "The Silent Sea" and "Seok Bok" have current release windows.




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Gong Yoo Shares His Thoughts On The Future, Traveling, And More

The latest issue of GQ features Gong Yoo talking about his life and career!

After a photo shoot to capture his classy and dandy side, Gong Yoo talked about his love for the “classic” style. He said, “I’m becoming more and more nostalgic about classical things, not only in terms of fashion, but also furniture and cars. It’s not until time passes that you get to know how amazing it is. Personally, I prefer basic and classic outfits, like what I wore today, rather than excessive or fancy ones. It’s a natural appearance for someone my age.”


The actor also talked about losing a lot of weight for his role in the upcoming movie “Seo Bok” (tentative title) with Park Bo Gum. He explained, “The reason I went on another diet was to change my face. The character Ki Heon is not a healthy person, so his face had to look a bit gaunt. I also worked out, so my face became thinner, and I gained more muscle mass. In the movie, I play the role of protecting Seo Bok, the first human clone. Park Bo Gum, who plays Seo Bok, has a sturdy frame and is not as delicate as you think he is. So I kept that in mind and focused on getting bigger.”

When the interviewer mentioned a majority of his projects revolved around the topic of “humanism,” he said, “When I reflect on my filmography over time, I think my starting point is compassion for humans, including myself. I used the word ‘vulnerable’ a lot when I was filming ‘Goblin.’ I think humans are infinitely vulnerable animals. I don’t know if it sounds grand, but I think it’s vague. Wouldn’t the world become more beautiful someday if we become more compassionate towards each other?”


Gong Yoo also talked about becoming more comfortable and flexible over time. He said, “I don’t have much greed. It’s such a cliché saying, but it’s hard to find a different way to express that. I kept telling myself, ‘It’s okay if I don’t do that right now. I don’t want to hurry.’ And I think it’s possible to turn those thoughts into reality at my age now. I’m more much relaxed and courageous, so I can do what I really want to do without caring about what other people think. I used to hate it when other people criticized me, but now, I don’t really care. I realize that I’ve missed so many enjoyable things just because I’ve been concerned about what others think. I think you can only feel lighter if you become free from such things.”

The interviewer pointed out that he once said he wants to run a small restaurant in Jeju Island one day. Gong Yoo commented, “Nearly 80 percent of the photos in my cell phone are of food. If the food in a restaurant looks really delicious and I become curious about the taste, I go eat it myself. I really adore food. Perhaps the reason why I said I wanted to open a restaurant was because of my attachment to a space. I have a desire to stay in a pretty and simple space, even if it’s very small. I don’t know if I’ll really open a restaurant later, but I want to live close to the countryside. I don’t want to live in a forest of buildings, like I do now.”

Gong Yoo mentioned traveling, saying, “I miss the sun in California. I lived in the United States for a month. When I woke up, I went to the local gym to exercise, and then I took a rented car for a drive on the west coast and walked to different places. I also went to the beach in swim trunks and flip-flops, and I would lie on the sand, read books, and listen to music. It was heaven. I like tanning, so I have a white plastic sunbed in my small terrace. When the weather is nice, I lie there with a can of beer. I listen to music and soak up the sun. It’s small happiness.”


The actor also shared his daily routine. He said, “I usually exercise. No matter how much I drank the night before or no matter how tired I am, I head to the gym. When I come home from a shower after working out, I feel relieved that I didn’t fail today. It’s kind of an obsession. I need to work out to eat comfortably. As I get older, my body breaks down much faster. If I don’t take care of it, it’ll become obvious. Now that I’m over 40, I realize that your body never lies. I can’t go to the gym these days, so I work out at home.”

Lastly, Gong Yoo talked about keeping a positive mindset. He said, “I’ve only lived half of my life, so I’m cautious about saying this, but in the end, my projects represent me. In some ways, people think that I actually have more than what I do, even though I really don’t have as much. When people see my usual self or my interviews, I think people give me more credit than what I deserve. I don’t think I’m that deep of a person, but since people see me in a positive light, that drives me to become a better person. I think I’m intertwined with the people who love and support me. I’m grateful that we’re aging well together.”





Gong Yoo Shares His Thoughts On The Future, Traveling, And More


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Watch: “Coffee Prince” Cast Reminisces About The Joy They Felt On Set + Gong Yoo And Yoon Eun Hye Reunite



The stars of “Coffee Prince” shared their love for the show as fans eagerly await their upcoming documentary!

The cast returns to the café of their hit drama in MBC’s documentary “My Dear Youth – Coffee Prince.” Ahead of its broadcast, some photos and quotes from the cast were shared!

It’s said that while fans around the world are passionate about the drama, the cast loves the show more than anyone. Gong Yoo, who played Choi Han Gyul in “Coffee Prince,” showed how much he loves the show while they were filming the documentary.

When asked why he briefly hesitated when he was contacted by the crew at first, Gong Yoo explained, “I wanted to continue to treasure ‘Coffee Prince’ with the same feelings I had back then. I have such great memories of ‘Coffee Prince,’ and I was worried that something might change or become distorted…”

He likened his feelings about “Coffee Prince” to a “first love” and said, “I usually can’t stand watching myself acting in my old projects, but Choi Han Gyul is a character that doesn’t make me feel very embarrassed. I’m not sure why that is.” He joked with a big smile, “Maybe my acting was really good?”


Lee Sun Gyun reminisced as he said he thinks the “Coffee Prince” team was one-of-a-kind. He shared, “I always wanted to get to the ‘Coffee Prince’ set early and leave late too. I’d go watch the filming even when I wasn’t in the scene.” He said that despite their tiring schedule, they’d go out after work for drinks, spending the night laughing and chatting together


Yoon Eun Hye said, “I still miss the sound of the director’s laugh. The ‘Coffee Prince’ set was a really exciting playground to me.” Chae Jung An shared, “Everyone coming together and working hard was the reason ‘Coffee Prince’ was a success.”


Kim Dong Wook commented, “It was a time when I did it because it was so enjoyable to do it. I was passionate and ambitious.” Kim Jae Wook said, “The ‘Coffee Prince’ members are a family to me, and I smile whenever I think of them.”



It’s said that the six cast members had so many memories to share that they couldn’t even all be fit in the documentary’s two parts.

A pre-release clip has also been shared from the first episode! It includes Gong Yoo at the café as he’s interviewed and he shares some of the comments above. While he’s sitting at the counter, Yoon Eun Hye arrives and surprises him. He says, “But I heard you’d already finished filming and left!” He asks if this is a surprise for him, and she replies, “Yes, they said they’re surprising you.”

“It’s been so long!” he says to her. “How long has it been? What a surprise!” She replies, “You’re exactly the same” and he tells her the same.




'Coffee Prince' documentary: Gong Yoo, Yoon Eun-hye reunite after 13 years


Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun-hye, who starred in MBC's hit rom-com "Coffee Prince" (2007), will reunite on a two-part documentary that sheds new light on the show.

MBC floated a teaser video of "My Dear Youth ― Coffee Prince" on Wednesday, featuring the stars of the 17-episode series.


"I hesitated to appear in the documentary at first, fearing that my good memories about the drama would be spoiled or distorted," Gong Yoo said in the clip. "It is usually a bit embarrassing to look back at the characters that I played, but Coffee Prince's Choi Han-kyul was different ― I don't know why."

Yoon said: "The drama's filming site was like an exciting playground for me."

"Coffee Prince" is the romance story of Go Eun-chan (played by Yoon), who dresses as a man to get a job at Coffee Prince, a cafe run by Choi Han-kyul. The series, based on the namesake novel written by Lee Sun-mi, was one of the biggest hits of its time, with the last episode garnering a 27.8 rating.


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The story Behind Kiss Scene in ep.16 . GY laughed after re-watching this scene , naughty Gong Yoo :D:D


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Han Kyul & Eun Chan 2007 VS Gong Yoo& Eun Hye :wub:

They look so good together , i miss han kyul & eun chan . i want to watch CP again 





One of lucky staff took selfie with GY 


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“Coffee Prince” Cast Take A Trip Down Memory Lane As They Share Untold Stories In Documentary

On September 24, MBC aired its highly anticipated “Coffee Prince” documentary!

13 years after the drama originally aired, the main cast of Gong Yoo, Yoon Eun Hye, Lee Sun Gyun, Chae Jung An, Kim Dong Wook, and Kim Jae Wook met up in pairs to discuss their memories from set for the documentary “My Dear Youth – Coffee Prince.”

“Coffee Prince” tells a love story between cafe manager Choi Han Gyul (played by Gong Yoo) and his employee Go Eun Chan (played by Yoon Eun Hye), who pretends to be a man in order to work at the coffee shop. During its run, “Coffee Prince” was an incredible hit, reaching viewership ratings of 27.8 percent nationwide.

In the documentary, Gong Yoo revisited the cafe where they filmed and sat down for an interview. Regarding the drama, he shared, “It feels like my first love. It feels like I’m confronting something that I planned to just leave as a memory.” He went on to explain that he’d hesitated at first over joining the documentary because he wanted to cherish his great memories as they were, fearing they might change.

Gong Yoo reunited with Yoon Eun Hye, who surprised him at the cafe. The two immediately told one another, “You look exactly the same” and they got their coffee made by someone who had become a barista after watching “Coffee Prince.”

Yoon Eun Hye abruptly asked Gong Yoo, “Do you have any plans to get married?” Gong Yoo replied, “It’s not that I don’t want to but I’ve kind of missed that period.” When asked the same question, Yoon Eun Hye answered, “I think that I want to focus on my work a little more and then do that.”


The two carefully explored their past set as Gong Yoo commented, “I remember everything we did. We kissed a lot. Since I’ve aged, I can talk about it without feeling shy.” Yoon Eun Hye adorably added, “I’m shy.”

At a different location, Chae Jung An and Lee Sun Gyun excitedly greeted each other with a big hug. The last pair was Kim Dong Wook and Kim Jae Wook, who immediately looked very comfortable with one another.



The three pairs then began watching clips from “Coffee Prince.” Yoon Eun Hye revealed, “After I cut my hair, I didn’t even put on makeup and just applied sunscreen.” Regarding his character, Gong Yoo shared, “He looked like he had no manners but he was different from other chaebols.

While discussing what Gong Yoo was like on set, Chae Jung An commented, “He was more serious than I thought and took care of himself well. He showed so much ambition that it made me think that he was someone who had prepared for a long time.”

Kim Dong Wook seemed confused that only Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye were appearing in the clips and Kim Jae Wook jokingly commented, “He’s only interested when he’s on screen.”

Chae Jung An shared, “Han Gyul looks like such a baby. Gong Yoo has become so much cooler. He must take care of himself really well.” She made everyone crack up by adding, “He looks luxurious now.”

When Kim Dong Wook finally appeared, Kim Jae Wook commented, “Back then, your eyes were so innocent.” Kim Dong Wook replied, “Now they’re sexy.”

After watching the scene where they all fall into the fountain, Gong Yoo confessed, “I tried using tricks so I wouldn’t have to go into the water but I went because you guys pulled me in.”


While watching a kiss scene between Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye, Lee Sun Gyun let out a high-pitched squeal, making Chae Jung An remark, “You just sounded a bit like a little girl.” He replied, “I guess I’m old.”


Chae Jung An also asked Lee Sun Gyun, “When’s the last time you kissed like that?” Lee Sun Gyun jokingly responded, “‘Coffee Prince.'” Chae Jung An played along, replying, “Well, I guess because there is social distancing.”


While watching her own kiss scene, Yoon Eun Hye averted her eyes and commented, “It’s hot in here.” Gong Yoo embarrassed her even more by adding, “Eun Chan was a very motivated girl. She was not passive. I didn’t know what Eun Hye’s hands were doing but after watching the broadcast, her hands were pulling up my T-shirt.”


They wrapped up their viewing session as Kim Dong Wook and Kim Jae Wook remarked, “The memories are all coming back. They’re more vivid than what we had initially thought of.” Chae Jung An shared, “There’s a prettiness that makes my heart flutter. The fact that I didn’t know that then is also part of being young.”

Gong Yoo commented, “It feels like Choi Han Gyul and Eun Chan got married and are looking back on their past together. It’s like our kids are playing over there. I think people imagine that a lot. Thinking, ‘They’re probably living well somewhere, right?'”

Lee Sun Gyun shared, “Choi Han Gyul is Gong Yoo. Didn’t it suit him better than any other role?” However, Gong Yoo revealed that he hesitated to join the production, explaining, “It was a time when I had a bit of opposition against romantic comedies. After becoming an actor, it was the first time I had experienced that ‘puberty.’ I wanted to grow while fulfilling my sense of achievement but the vibe around me was, ‘You have to do this. That’s how you’ll become a star, get advertisements, and get main roles.'”

Regarding this situation, producing director (PD) Lee Yoon Jung explained, “Some actors may feel apprehensive about idol-turned-actors. However, Gong Yoo said, ‘I am the problem for myself.’ He said he wasn’t in the position to discuss his co-stars’ acting and that made me think, ‘This person is cool.'”


For Yoon Eun Hye, transitioning from an idol to an actress gave rise to many concerns. She shared, “I had just started to slowly take my first few steps but then I found myself in a situation where I had to run. If I didn’t do this, I felt like I wouldn’t become an actress and the public wouldn’t wait for me. While filming ‘Princess Hours,’ I felt so frustrated. I needed change.”

Chae Jung An, who also promoted as a singer, commented, “I know being in a girl group isn’t easy, and she was even the youngest. I thought she’d experience some difficulties. The adults she worked with likely gave her work without any explanations and she probably tried her best. Then she got to work on a drama. I think the environment that allowed her to live as Eun Chan must have been so freeing.” Hearing this, Yoon Eun Hye began to shed tears.


Chae Jung An touched on her own concerns at the time, revealing, “Back then, I didn’t want to do the project, or anything at all. I was having a hard time because of my personal issues, so I didn’t want to do work. They brought me the synopsis but I didn’t even want to see it so I pushed it aside.”

When asked why she chose to cast Chae Jung An, PD Lee Yoon Jung explained, “There are so many pretty female actresses. I received a recommendation and met up with Chae Jung An but she was such a tomboy. She looked like a girl whom other girls would like. She said that because she’s lazy, she wears the same clothes for a week.” After learning this, Chae Jung An expressed her surprise as she commented, “Really? I thought I was picked because I was feminine.”


When he was cast, Lee Sun Gyun was already well-known to the public due to the success of his other dramas. The PD explained, “I saw his brief appearance on KBS’s ‘Drama City’ and thought he was good at acting, so I looked him up, contacted him, and cast him for a different project. Since I had already experienced his acting and personality once, I thought he would fit well with the role.”

PD Lee Yoon Jung also mentioned the risk she took with this drama, sharing, “There was some apprehension.” Gong Yoo admitted that he also thought “Coffee Prince” was a bit silly, explaining, “I thought, ‘What is this?’ Reading the script was like reading fiction on the internet. It was like a cartoon. But she made that feel electric.”

The PD also shared a time when Gong Yoo had made her tilt her head in confusion. Lee Yoon Jung shared, “I took Gong Yoo to the studio and showed him his outtakes. But within seconds, he said, ‘I understand. Can I go now?’ It was like he figured it out himself.”

Gong Yoo praised his co-star, sharing, “The reason I was able to become Choi Han Gyul was Go Eun Chan and Yoon Eun Hye. Yoon Eun Hye’s passion made me feel embarrassed and helped me grow. It made me wake up.”



Yoon Eun Hye expressed her admiration for the drama, saying, “After appearing on ‘Coffee Prince,’ I no longer heard the term ‘idol-turned-actress.’ It’s the project that made me into an actress.”

Kim Jae Wook commented, “This was a time where I could really positively express my individuality.” Kim Dong Wook added, “During this time, my passion and ambition were overflowing. Acting was just fun then.”


Regarding the popularity of “Coffee Prince,” Gong Yoo shared, “Every day was crazy. People around me would ask what was going to happen next and say it was so hard to wait.” Chae Jung An added, “Back then, our chemistry was very good. I think the energy of everyone and the universe was all brought together.”


Gong Yoo, who won an acting award for his performance in “Coffee Prince,” touched on the meaning of this drama to him, sharing, “‘Coffee Prince’ is the project that revived my dying passion. I think I was healed through the drama. We became brighter and hotter together. That’s why I think it’s that much harder to forget everyone, and that’s what makes this project that much more meaningful.”



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Gong Yoo Talks About "Coffee Prince" in New Documentary



A recently aired television documentary about the popular drama "Coffee Prince" has drawn much attention from fans of the drama as the documentary has reunited the cast to discuss their experiences. Chief among these is Gong Yoo, the "Coffee Prince" cast member who has seen the most dramatic career elevation due to the project. Gong Yoo has had much to say about "Coffee Prince" looking back.

Gong Yoo described the experience as strange, as being similar to recalling one's first love. Gong Yoo discussed how he hesitated about appearing in the documentary in part because he was unsure how it would affect his memories of "Coffee Prince" going forward. Gong Yoo strongly denied any notion that he was embarrassed by the old role. Gong Yoo admitted that he was embarrassed by other dramas, but insisted that his acting in "Coffee Prince" was quite good and nothing to be ashamed of.

Gong Yoo contextualized this in part by discussing how "Coffee Prince" was his final drama before mandatory military service. Gong Yoo also noted how for some of the drama's more iconic scenes, he made sure to put his all into a kiss or a hug, feeling Yoon Eun-hye's character throughout his whole body. Yoon Eun-hye generally confirmed Gong Yoo's observations. Other actors also agreed with the generally personal feelings engendered by the drama.

Gong Yoo also discussed past and present at length with his former co-star Yoon Eun-hye. When the actress asked why Gong Yoo hadn't gotten married, Gong Yoo said that this wasn't deliberate he just hadn't had the time. Yoon Eun-hye also admitted that she also needed to make more effort in this regard, to which Gong Yoo responded by comparing Yoon Eun-hye to her character on "Coffee Prince", who chose studying overseas before love.

Gong Yoo also made a point of personally thanking Yoon Eun-hye, as he believes it was her character that truly made "Coffee Prince" the famous standout work it is now known as, stating that her enthusiasm filled him with humility enough to make him determined to better improve himself. Yoon Eun-hye nervously asked if he was joking. The "Coffee Prince" TV documentary is not yet finished, with the second part to air on October 1st on MBC.



Gong Yoo Explains What Sets “Coffee Prince” Apart From Any Other Project Of His Career

Gong Yoo compared “Coffee Prince” to his first crush.


In MBC Docuflex‘s Coffee Prince special of Youth Documentary, actor, Gong Yoo talked about the legendary drama as well as his honest thoughts about what makes it so special.

Regarding the drama from 2007, Gong Yoo shared that it can be compared to his first crush.

It’s kind of like my first crush. It feels like I came face-to-face with someone who I tried to keep as nothing but a memory.

Gong Yoo also confessed that he hesitated on appearing on the documentary special because of how much Coffee Prince means to him.

I wanted to keep the drama in my heart with the emotions I felt back then. I was afraid that it could distort or make things worse. Because I like it the way it is.

— Gong Yoo

Gong Yoo then went on to explain what sets Coffee Prince apart from any other project he’s worked on in his career.


He revealed,

For some reason, when I rewatch Coffee Prince, I don’t feel embarrassed. Normally, I cringe when I see my own acting. But Choi Han Gyul is a character that I still don’t feel embarrassed about.

— Gong Yoo

Gong Yoo thought about why that could be before joking,

Is it because my acting was amazing?

— Gong Yoo

Gong Yoo may have been joking, but most would agree that his acting was indeed superb.


Yoon Eun Hye And Gong Yoo Ask Each Other Why They Haven’t Married Yet

The two “Coffee Prince” stars had different reasons for why they haven’t gotten married.

In MBC Docuflex‘s Coffee Prince special of Youth Documentary, actors, Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye reunited for the first time in 13 years at the very cafe where the drama was shot

And during an intimate conversation, Yoon Eun Hye asked Gong Yoo a sudden question about marriage.

When do you plan on getting married? Are you interested?

— Yoon Eun Hye

In response, Gong Yoo gave his honest thoughts.

I’m not thinking I’ll never get married or anything like that. But I think I just missed my timing.

— Gong Yoo


He then asked Yoon Eun Hye why she didn’t get married yet.What about you? Why haven’t you gotten married yet?

— Gong Yoo

And Yoon Eun Hye gave an honest but different reason of her own.


I have this desire to work as hard as I can in this field before I get married. I want to work hard for a little longer.

— Yoon Eun Hye

That’s when Gong Yoo joked about the familiarity between Yoon Eun Hye and her character, Eun Chan in Coffee Prince.

Just like Eun Chan? She abandoned me to study abroad. She has ambition. Han Gyul met the right one. He fell for her.

— Gong Yoo

Who else is happy to see Eun Chan and Han Gyul reunited?



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Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye reunite in the 'Coffee Prince' docuseries 'Youth Documentary - Twenty Once Again'


Finally, the long-awaited 'Coffee Prince' documentary aired on September 24. Many fans were waiting for the docuseries to air when the teaser was first released a few weeks ago. 

In this episode, actor Gong Yoo and actress Yoon Eun Hye reunited after thirteen years apart.

Gong Yoo appeared at the nostalgic coffee shop at the beginning of the first episode. He walked into the cafe reminiscing the old days. Gong Yoo recalled the days as he looked at photos of the dramas and stated, "We were really young back then". The producers revealed that Gong Yoo hesitated on appearing on this docuseries in which Gong Yoo revealed that he wanted to preserve the good memories.

Gong Yoo continued to say, "There are so many clips of 'Coffee Prince' on YouTube that I can't avoid the videos. I usually get embarrassed when I look at my acting back then but I don't feel like that when I watch Choi Han Gyeol. I think I acted very well."


As he sat by the counter, a familiar face walked in through the doors. When Gong Yoo first saw Yoon Eun Hye, he was very surprised because he thought she had already filmed her segment and left. However, this was a little surprise that the production team had in store for him.


Gong Yoo still surprised, stated, "You're still pretty...You're the same. It's really just Go Eun Chan, but more feminine."

The two main protagonists of the beloved drama happily reunited as they sat down to greet each other. On this day, Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye caught up with each other as they enjoyed a nice cup of coffee. The coffee was brewed by a barista who became a barista because of the drama 'Coffee Prince'.


As they drank the coffee, Yoon Eun Hye asked Gong Yoo when he will get married and if he had thoughts of getting married. Gong Yoo replied, "It's not that I'm not getting married... Um...It's more that I missed the timing to marry." Then he asked Yoon Eun Hye the same question.


Yoon Eun Hye responded by saying, "I want to work more. I want to do more."

Gong Yoo made everyone laugh when he responded to her answer saying, "Like Eun Chan. She left me and went to study abroad."

Yoon Eun Hye stated she didn't understand the character of Go Eun Chan before but now she understands how she felt.



Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye can't help but cringe as they watch their passionate kiss scene from 'Coffee Prince'

On September 24, actors Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye along with the other cast members of the hit 2007 drama 'Coffee Prince' time-traveled back to the time of their youth.


The highly anticipated 'Coffee Prince' docuseries was finally aired. The first episode of 'Youth Documentary - Twenty Once Again' aired on September 24 and viewers were able to reminisce back at the drama that was most popular in 2007. In the episode, the cast members sat down and watched the highlight scenes from the drama as they took a look back at their youth.


In particular, Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye revealed the behind-the-scenes stories of the passionate kiss scene that left a deep impression on the viewers. When the two actors first watched the kissing scene, they couldn't help but be embarrassed. 



According to Gong Yoo, Yoon Eun Hye had done something that wasn't on the script during that scene. He stated, "If you watch the video, Eun Chan lifts up my shirt but that wasn't in the script. I didn't know she did that when we were filming."


Yoon Eun Hye added, "There was nothing from this scene that was written on the script!"


The docuseries 'Youth Documentary - Twenty Once Again' will revisit the time of the cast members' youth and the time when they passionately acted in the drama that aired thirteen years ago. The docuseries will also update fans about each actor from 'Coffee Prince'.

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‘Coffee Prince’ posts highest rating for ‘Docu Flex’ series

The “Coffee Prince” special that reunited the cast of the hit 2007 Korean drama recorded the highest rating to date for the TV documentary series.

Korean TV channel MBC’s weekly “Docu Flex” started airing on Sept. 3 and has featured documentaries on various topics.

“Coffee Prince” stars Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun-hye together with Kim Dong-wook, Lee Sun-gyun, Kim Jae-wook and Chae Jung-an have reunited for the TV documentary.

The first episode of the “Coffee Prince” documentary aired on Sept. 24 and it garnered Nielsen Korea nationwide ratings of 2.6 percent and 3 percent for the first and second parts, respectively.

These are the highest ratings that “Docu Flex” has received among its episodes. The documentary on the life of the late K-pop star Sulli, former member of the group f(x), last Sept. 10 had nationwide ratings of 2.6 percent and 2.5 percent for the two parts.


An episode of a Korean drama or entertainment TV program is split into two parts during airing to allow channels to air TV ads.

The drama had 17 episodes when it aired in South Korea from July to August 2007 and recorded its highest rating of 27.8 percent for its final episode. “Coffee Prince” is one of the Korean dramas credited for popularizing Hallyu, or Korean Wave, in Asia.


For the first episode of “Coffee Prince” documentary, Gong Yoo, who played the role of Choi Han-kyul in the drama, is seen arriving at the coffee shop in Hongdae area in Seoul, which served as the main set and the coffee shop in the drama.

Yoon Eun-hye, who essayed the role of Go Eun-chan, arrived later, surprising Gong Yoo. The two recalled scenes in “Coffee Prince” including their kissing scenes

The two stars asked each other why they are still single. Yoo Eun-hye said, “Because I want to work hard and develop further”, to which Gong Yoo replied, “Like Eun-chan, right? Eun-chan left me to study abroad,” according to JTBC Plus.

During the show, the two watched scenes in the drama and Gong Yoo said that “being able to watch ‘Coffee Prince’ with Yoon Eun-hye makes me feel like a married couple viewing a wedding album after years.”

“Perhaps ‘Coffee Prince’ fans all hope that Han Gyul and Eun Chan have been living happily somewhere.” the two commented.

Gong Yoo revealed that he rejected the “Coffee Prince” TV project many times before accepting it. “Coffee Prince” was his last drama project before enlisting in the military in January 2008.

Yoon Eun-hye said “Coffee Prince” helped in erasing her label “former singer.” She made her debut in the entertainment industry as a member of the girl group Baby Vox, which disbanded in 2006. Part 2 of the “Coffee Prince” documentary will air on Oct. 1 on MBC.



CP Documentary and Gong yoo & Yoon eun hye names were trend in naver after broadcasting  1st episode of CP doc:getmygrooveon:









It seems all fans were waiting for CP reunion or GY & YEH reunion :please: 

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