Hope I can watch more K-drama like this from now on.
I won't rewatch it for the meantime so I can make myself miss it soon. If you're not a meticulous but a simple viewer who wants to feel a roller-coaster-ride-of-emotions, then I absolutely recommend it. (Below) If you watched Goblin "At least 100 times" (I will take 100 as value) then you must have seen the episodes 1600 times.
The chemistry between the two lead characters was bland and cringy.
However, I liked the chemistry between In-na and dong-wook. The plot was a bit too confusing and not very unique.
Seriously, the one who watched it more than 100 times....
There were only a select few moments that drew my attention.Kim Shin does not know why, but he can hear her voice and appears in front of her against his will.Coincidentally, Kim Shin lives with the Grim Reaper at the same house.60 minutes each ep (60-90, taking 60) =96000 minutes. Assuming you started from February 2017, and you watched it 100 times until April 2018, then in 14 months you watched at least 1600 (closer to 2000..) hours of Goblin. It was in my experience the best Drama I've ever watched.that is about 115 hours per month, (round to 120) which is about 4 hours per day. BTW, there are are few type of people who didn't like the series, vain people who were looking for eye candy, people who had difficult time paying attention to the plot, and religious or conservatives.You will learn how to appreciate life and value the people around you. I refused at first but since my family was talking about it, I gave it a try. A lot of faux symbolisms and plot twists were thoughtlessly introduced into the show that the outcome became a total mess full of glaring plot holes. Just because something has great cinematography, doesn't mean it's good.Nowadays, I can't wait to get home from work so I can continue to watch it, even for an hour! I'd rather watch something that was shot on a potato but has a solid, well planned, & carefully thought out storyline any day.(taking each month as 30 days) So you spent 1/6 every day (of 24) , in fact closer to 1/4 when counting sleep (Assuming 24-8=16), watching Goblin. But one thing for sure, I watched Goblin more that a 100 times. 3) Transition, smooth flow between genres, comedy, fantasy, and urgency, romance. I don't get why some viewers actually thought that this was deep when in fact, it reeked of pretentiousness.Either you sir, really have no life, or you sir, just lied. Love everything about it, story, cinematography, actors and actresses, OST and the beauty and uniqueness of the story. My sister in-law lent me (more of, convinced me) the memory stick for Goblin's teleseries. Watch it first time in feb 2018..i never feel like wanna watch it before.someday i got no drama to watch and accidentally watch it...im.being cursed.just to attached to this drama..still cant get over it.... 1) World building, all characters had their moments and inner motivation. If only they could look past the catchy OST, ~aesthetics~, and the charming A-List cast (and their designer outfits), they'd see that this is was a badly written storyline for what could've been a very promising drama concept.In ancient times, Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) is an unbeatable general in wars, but the young King (Kim Min-Jae) is jealous of Kim Shin and kills him.Kim Shin becomes Dokkaebi (Goblin), possessing an immortal life.