Drama Gu Family Book Information

Gu Family Book
  • Drama Title: Gu Family Book
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  • Status:  Completed           
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  • Total Episodes: 24
  • Summary: 

    Gumiho (Nine-Tailed Fox) Choi Kang Chi's human mother fell in love with Gu Wal Ryung, the guardian god of the Jiri Mountains. Chased by their enemies, Seo Hwa sends Kang Chi in a basket down the river so that he will not be captured. The Choi family finds baby Kang Chi floating in the river and raise him. Kang Chi discovers his true identity by chance one day, and he becomes determined to become a real human.

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