Exclusively on Dramafever! Girls’ Generation’s Kwon Yu Ri (Neighborhood Hero), Kim Young Kwang (Bachelor’s Vegetable Store, Pinocchio) and Lee Ji Hoon (Blood, Mirror of the Witch) star in a Chinese-Korean collaboration that combines the horror of having a terrible boss and ex-boyfriend with the joy of reaching for the stars. Go Ho (Kwon Yu Ri) is a 29-year-old advertisement contractor who wants success in both her career and romance. Unfortunately, neither seems to be working out particularly well because the only two men in her life are Kang Tae Ho (Kim Young Kwang), her short-tempered boss, and Hwang Ji Hoon (Lee Ji Hoon), her ex-boyfriend. Dealing with their increasingly irritating behavior and her decreasingly abundant time until she hits the “big thirty,” can Go Ho reach for the skies and capture her dreams, or will this starry night end in darkness?
Also known as “Gogh, The Starry Night,” Go Ho’s Starry Night is directed by Jo Soo Won (I Can Hear Your Voice, The Time That I Loved You, 7000 Days) and written by Shin Yoo Dam (High End Crush). The drama is amongst the elite few that were developed through a collaboration between China and South Korea. The series debuted online via Sohu TV on July 2, 2016 and ran until August 19, 2016 for 20 episodes, posting two 20-minute episodes every Friday. The drama garnered much publicity prior to release for featuring cameos from Park Shin Hye (Heirs), Lee Jong Suk (Doctor Stranger), Yoon Kyoon Sang (Doctor Crush) and Min Sung Wook (Age of Youth), all of whom return to reunite with their Pinocchio collaborators, lead Kim Young Kwang and director Jo Soo Won.
The extended cast for Go Ho’s Starry Night includes Kwon Yu Ri as Go Ho, Kim Young Kwang as Kang Tae Ho, and Lee Ji Hoon as Hwang Ji Hoon, with supporting roles by Shin Jae Ha, Kim Ji Hoon, Choi Duk Moon, Kang Rae Yun, Hwang Young Hee, and cameos by Park Shin Hye, Lee Jong Suk, Yoon Kyoon Sang, and Min Sung Wook.