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Nov. 06, 17 | 10:33 am

“Tip for my lady followers[:] When you find someone who supports the fan girl in you (yes to this level) – you’ve found yourself a keeper,” Anne Curtis shared in a Facebook post yesterday, Nov 5.

In a recent trip to Seoul, South Korea, Curtis took the opportunity to unleash the fangirl in her, and revisited iconic Korean drama shooting locations with her fiance Erwan Heussaff.

The couple visited the cafe where Coffee Prince was shot; the Walnut Pie and Tart cafe featured in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon; Nami Island; and the shooting locations of Goblin.

At one point, Curtis tried to explain to her confused fiance the Goblin scene where the lead characters walked through a tunnel in a dramatic slow-motion silhouette shot.

“If any of that made sense to anyone, let me know ‘cause it made zero sense to me,” Heusaff joked in his vlog.

Yet, moments after, he ended up giving into the actress’ wishes and re-enacted the scene with her.

As per Curtis’ request, they also visited a street backdropped by brick walls–the shooting location of Goblin lead characters’ first encounter.

“I’m so excited, I get to see a wall”  Heussaff joked before, once again, fulfilling his fiance duties and reenacted the iconic scene with her as she wished.

The couple embarked on a two-day trip in Korea where they agreed to come to a compromise: Heussaff joins Curtis in her K-drama fangirl escapades, and the actress joins him on his food trips.

“I wanna live in Korea,” Curtis told her fiance towards the end of the trip.

“Update: we’re gonna live in Korea one day,” the latter immediately replied in the vlog.

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