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Goblin Episode 4

I Won't Leave You


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Kim Shin meets with an old friend, and Eun Tak considers what her newfound responsibilities will mean for her future.

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  • Aired: December 10, 2016

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Goblin Episode 4 Reviews

lalalulu12357
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Aug 26, 2017

Three Stars

I'm putting this drama on hold because I just feel so uncomfortable and cringe whenever there's even the tiniest bit of romance between the main characters. Goblin has an epic storyline with the Goblin backstory etc and the comedy is on point. If I were to continue watching it'd be because of the other plots going on - not the Goblin Bride one which happens to be the main one.
May just be a personal preference since weak, dependent, damsel in distress female leads kind of put me off as well.
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miecha
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Dec 11, 2016

For my opinion, this episode justified Eun…

For my opinion, this episode justified Eun Tak as the Goblin's bride as far as this episode progresses. She explained the reasons why she didn't mentioned the sword existence at first when she met Goblin. This episode then continues with Goblin's inner struggle to accept Eun Tak as his bride in which is quite repetitive and too long for me. Too much focus on building the love relationship between Goblin and Eun Tak that made the love-line between Grim Reaper and Sunny is forgotten. It's a disappointment as last preview from Episode 3 has shown the second meeting for this second love line. The writer may want to design the character in stages (i.e. character's past and purpose) for each episode but honestly the character development is too slow especially for Grim Reaper and Sunny.

Luckily this episode is saved with the banters among 3 male leads and also Eun Tak's aunty family. The bromance is intriguing and hope to continue as the story progresses. Cinematographic and background music is on spot.

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silent_whispers
5 people found this review helpful
Dec 11, 2016

Man I really want to enjoy this as much as everyone else.

Man I really want to enjoy this as much as everyone else. People are even claiming they'd give up all dramas until 2017 to only watch this one. For me it's lovely to look at and all, I'm definitely obsessed with the OST. It's just the story is just a "meh".

Ji Eun Tak was even more puppy dog like and annoying. He kicks her out and she still comes back to his place to track him down. He ignores her and is basically playing games. Not to mention that she asks all the important questions, but he shuts her down. I don't care for the way Kim Shin treats her. Even if she was disappointed she pushes on, so I really like that about her. I get that Kim Shin is feeling really mixed up right now. He's wanted to die for so long, but now it's here and he really doesn't want to. Despite it all there is good enough to keep him alive. However, I don't think the writing is convincing me of Kim Shin and Ji Eun Tak as a couple. The talk of her not being able to date because he doesn't want her to made me cringe. He's not treating her right enough to be making those claims.

At least Ji Eun Tak made Kim Shin wait for her, and he did! That's progress. The whole thing with the "red carpet" and the peom was lovely. It helped to kind of make the feelings bloom, but I still need MORE. (****See bottom of review for the poem!****)

The bromance bits were a true treat! But I feel like there was so much wasted potential to advance the story between Wang Yeo and Sunny. There she is just waiting for him and dolling herself up incase he shows.

Ugh. Romance is not waiting around for someone.

I'm still interested enough in the story to stick to it. It's only 16 episodes and there won't be any "it's popular so let's drag it out" stuff going on. That's a big plus. The punishment for her aunt and cousins is pretty awesome, I kind of suspected something like that!!! Ha-ha! I just want the story to move forward! pacing! There are so many interesting parts and plots going on. Not to mention more needs to be done to really get the romance going.

Moments I loved were Kim Shin denying that flowers bloomed when he was happy and the whole drunken thing. Not to mention all of those guys trying to catch the end of the morning drama! Ha-ha.

I leave this review of my own mixed feelings with this awesome poem that Byul typed up in the discussions (saving me from having to pause and go to get it!):

"Mass is not proportional to volume. A girl as small as a violet...A girl who moves like a flower petal...is pulling me toward her with more force than her mass. Just then, like Newton's apple, I rolled toward her without stopping until I fell on her...with a thump. With a thump. My heart keeps bouncing between the sky and the ground. It was my first love."

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