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The fateful rainy day when the Goblin meets his bride

The newest teasers for tvN’s fantasy drama The Lonely, Shining Goblin finally have the two leads meeting onscreen. Gong Yoo (Big) stars as the mysterious goblin, described as a protector of souls, who’s always on the lookout for a human bride who can end his immortal life. In the first teaser below, he walks past Kim Go-eun (Cheese in the Trap) in the rain and time slows as he senses something different about her. As he turns back to watch her leave, he says in voiceover, “A bride has appeared.”

The new series from hit writer Kim Eun-sook (Descended From the Sun) is about the bizarre living arrangement between a goblin and an amnesiac reaper, played by Lee Dong-wook (Bubblegum), and the goblin’s quest to end his immortality. Yoo Inna (One More Happy Ending) co-stars as Lee Dong-wook’s love interest, the owner of a chicken shop with a sunny personality. Yook Sung-jae (Village: Secret of Achiara) is a chaebol heir whose family looks after the goblin.

Kim Go-eun plays a high-schooler with the fate of a person who was supposed to die, who remains optimistic despite her difficult life. In the second teaser below, she sits with a birthday cake alone by the ocean and wishes for a part-time job and a boyfriend before blowing out the candles. As soon as she does, the goblin appears and asks, “Was it you? Were you the one to call me here?” I’m still wondering how they’re going to pull off a romance between a high school girl and a centuries-year-old god, which is a weird problem to introduce when the actress is in her twenties anyway and doesn’t need to play younger.

The teasers continue to be moody and beautiful, so I’m sure the show will be something to look at. It would be nice to also learn a little more about the characters in them, but I have a feeling we’re just going to be kept on ice until December. I just hope the show is worth the wait. If it’ll help to make a wish and blow out some candles, I’ll go get a cake.

The Lonely, Shining Goblin premieres December 2.

Via TV Daily

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May I say that Kim Go Eun is very cute with black hair?? I also hope that this show will turn out nice! *hopefull

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I like her. Even though I saw CITT, I still like her more in the movie Monster.

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Y'know, in a couple of the BTS/filming videos that they recently released, her speaking voice really does sound like her character in Monster. I wasn't too fond of her overly cheery voice in the BTS vids, tbh, and was hoping it was exaggerated for the teasers, but seeing that she plays an optimistic hs girl, that could very well be true to character... darn it. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for an appropriate time jump!

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I think I just watched what you watched. That overly enthusiastic act .... I hope she won't be like that throughout the whole drama.

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Yeah, you probably did! She did it in like two different scenes! ?Oh please, no. You have no idea how much I'm looking forward to this drama, so if my girl ends up being annoyingly peppy, I... wouldn't... know... what... to... do... ???

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I feel you! Not necessarily looking forward to the drama, but I like Kim Go Eun and it would suck to have her stuck with an annoying character or to be directed in a way that would make her come off that way.

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I've noticed that a lot of actors (Kang Ha Neul from Scarlet Heart) tend to play characters that are the exact opposite of their true personality. The reason why I like that is because it gives them depth into their acting capability. Gong Yoo is mature and sweet, but plays characters that across the spectrum (Really they are just troubled...). Excited to see Kim Go Eun in this. Her CITT was okay, but at times she was just so sad! Still excited for this though.

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Oh yeah, I totally agree with you! I like to see actors portraying various and different characters and roles, too. It's interesting to see their interpretation on different roles and good for them to hone and strengthen their skills. That's actually Kim Go-eun, herself, in that she's such a chameleon when it comes to her acting because she's already portrayed different characters and I think she slays. She's got such raw and natural talent–it's great.
Funny you mention Kang Ha-neul because I've never seen him BTS or even in interviews, so when I saw how giddy and bashful he was on Running Man, I was surprised, but thought he was so cute! Definitely different than his character in Misaeng and Scarlet Heart.

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I saw her in Happy together, her speaking voice wasn't like her character in Monster at all. So I don't think this is how she usually acts\speaks. I'm afraid that maybe what you saw is her being in character. So you need to brace yourself for that :p.
The strange thing for me is that I saw her in Monster after seeing her in CITT. Yet I LOVED how she portrayed her character in Monster. Although it was hard to get used to the way she speaks at first, but then I totally believed her.

Maybe I'm the only one who is anticipating her being a high School student? it feels like there maybe a twist somewhere somehow!

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Oh yeah, I know how she sounds irl and I loved seeing her on Happy Together! It was so cool to get to know her more. I really hope she comes on Running Man (she said it's one of her favorite shows!)–hopefully with Gong Yoo to promote Goblin!? Heck, let's have the entire cast on!
Anyways, I'm sure that's not how she sounds/act irl (even she couldn't handle the pep in her own voice in those filming vids ?), and I WAS worried that it was her in character, but was optimist that maybe she just exaggerated a bit because she was filming for another teaser, rather than an actual scene for the drama? I've seen how some teasers tend to be more silly/exaggerated/plotless in comparison to the actual show, so hey, let's hope for the best (and expect the worst!? ??)!
Saw most of her work after seeing and loving her in CITT, too! Loved her nutty, loose bolt, craziness in Monster and only saw her parts in Advocate of a Missing Body, but omg, she was so spunky and sassy in that one! I loved the very few scenes she had with Lee Seon-kyun! I wanna see them in a drama together! Heck, I wanna see Kim Go-eun act with all my favs! ???
I actually don't mind her playing a hs student, but would appreciate a significant time jump, as many has mentioned. ??

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Her best work will be her movies since the film industry is where the most talented directors, writers, actors etc are at and they know how to utilize talents.

I love the early 20s -30s film actresses, the short film and indie film darlings. Kim Ok-bin, Son Ye-jin, Han Ye-ri, Park Bo-young, Ko Ah-sung, Park So-dam, Jung Yoo-mi (older), Moon Geun-young, Shim Eun-kyung, Lee Yoo-young, Kang Han-na, Chun Woo-hee etc.

It's a real treat to see them in drama land. They hardly disappoint.

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Ooops Lee Yoo-young hasn't done a drama.

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This drama and Legend of the blue sea can't come fast enough. TILL WHEN DO I HAVE TO WAIT?!

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Both are supernatural/fantasy genre which I like too.

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Not very long, actually! At least for Legend, doesn't it premiere like in a couple weeks? As for Goblin, The K2's got two more eps and one more week, but Goblin's not airing until Dec. 2nd. Boo! I wonder what they'll air in between that gap.

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Why his bride has to be a high schooler?

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I don't understand why these writers create these adult + HS underage romances (Cinderella & 4 Knights, High School King of Savvy).

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I like dramas where there is a little age difference, but not like a high school and old man type deal. It reminds me of the movie My Little Bride (A Korean film from 2005 with the Doctor Crush Male lead) It was good, yet weird.

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I'm hoping theres gonna be a time skip in this... Btw how old is she meant to be in the drama, 18 years old?

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Kdramaland love to have high school romances overly too much. Are they catering to their young viewers' likes ??

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Is her age significant to the story or will there be a time jump?

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I never thought about the possible significance in her young age... but I still really want a time jump.

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kim go eun looks so pretty in black hair. And I don't understand anything she says but it's cute.

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Lawl, DramaFever subbed like all the promo videos for Goblin, so go go go check it out on YouTube!

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I have not seen a project of Kim Go Eun so I was surprised at how much negative comments she got from k-netizens.

I hope there's some logical explanation why they decided to go with a high school senior female lead. While I don't think a young person's depth of feelings should be taken lightly, if a drama doesn't NEED a character be of certain age (considering the actress playing is older than a high school student), why not make the character older? Is it because we're already dealing with a hundreds years old Goblin so who cares how young or old the female is?

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Try watching some of her movies. She is fantastic!

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Totally agree, her drama roles are quite limited. First saw her in Monster then Eungyo, which really shocked me. I mean, how old is she when she did that movie?

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She was 20yrs old when she debut on the big screen with Eungyo.
I watched the film for Park Hae-il (big fan) and end up loving Kim Go-eun. She is the type that film critics love. She has incredible range to sustain a solid movie career.

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My bday is coming-up soon so I wonder if Gong Yoo will magically appear when I make a birthdat wish. XD

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If only blowing out candles would make Gong Yoo appear, that would be super awesome

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I just finished watching coffee prince like a few days back. I simply loved gong yoo in It ( who wouldn't? :P ). So, I am super excited that I get to see gong yoo back in my screen, and what's more? This time I can fangirl with fellow beanies too! Yay! I think I already got my wish!

But I am a greedy person, so I ll wish along with you girlfriday, that the show is worth the wait, too and doesn't end up disappointing me like the k2 did.

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I don't know what is the new trend or obsession of trying pair kids with adults.

And all you guys that are complaining now but did not complain when MDBC paired a 17 year old with a full grown adult are hypocrites.

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She turned 17 DURING the show's run too so she was still 16 for most of it ?

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i get your discomfort re age gap, but this is slightly different from the one in MDBC.

For goblin it is the on-screen character that is portrayed as a high schooler, who will be the bride to some (immortal) adult. to like the romance you have to actively accept that its a student-adult pair.

for MDBC and Mirror of the Witch, the characters were meant to be around the same age, i.e. the under age female leads were playing people older than themselves or the male leads were actually playing people younger - what you're criticising here is the casting, but not the pairing in itself. i think Goblin's one is a little bit more problematic especially, like was mentioned in the article, kim go eun can play a proper adult anw.

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This is not a game about which is worse.

Both are still messed up to me

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@Clinton Carter
Agree, both situations are kind of distasteful. I personally couldn't get behind the romance in MDBC. At least the actress here isn't underaged. I'm really hoping that that birthday is her turning nineteen and around graduation time. And that then she will continue to randomly/accidentally summon him for some years without anything happening between them (all in first ep) until she's at least mid-twenties. If she's at least that age before something romantic develops, then all is good.

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i MDBC, yes she is underage but she played underage in the limit 0f 17/old as herself and as the character,
with puppy romance with 23 years old that supposed to be 18/19 years old

so you have a character that falls in love as 17 and 18
and actor that is 17 and 23, it's not that stretch, she is not 12 with 18 years old,

but they didn't even have racy intimate, just normal date,
I even think all those criticism about the character decision should be put to rest cause we deal with 17 years old mind in the story,

goblin is weird because the romance in high schooler with immortal goblin with an actress that is 25 and 37 years old goblin actor,
why can't she be 25?

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Haha, yeah! I also just thought of the idea that they won't be able to do anything about their romantic relationship until she's of a certain age... Idk, maybe that's just how they first met, but no actual romantic feelings until years later? I really thought this, but I'm hoping for something good.

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i never said it was game, i was trying to suggest to you that the two situations are different and therefore people may be able to get behind one and not the other, depending on whether they think on-screen fictional imbalance is more weird given that age is something that can be constructed by the writer, OR they think the actor's actual age is more important.

This was because you insisted on painting people who complained as 'hypocritical'. but i see clearly you were just expressing your opinion and don't really care to see the difference, so it's alright.

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it is kinda hypocritical, though. situations are different but it's still romance or simulated romance between a teenager and an adult in both situations.

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@stedens (i can't reply to your comment!) i personally think that it is okay for underaged actors to play characters older than themselves. in all instances, i do think underage actors were casted because they are incredibly talented and leading lady/guy material with depth to portray older characters, not because of some perverse need to get some young things on screen. so long as they consent to it, its just a job, and i don't believe there is a 'taking advantage' of him/her. and for a normal person watching TV, who usually won't search up an actor's age, there is little consciousness of age when watching the drama.

simulated romance, on the other hand, seems to be encouraging the trend because people watching right off the bat, clueless about the actor's age, are expected to ship the romance on an understanding of the age.

From that perspective, you could see from my perspective why i suggest that it is not necessarily hypocritical. i think the main difference is that i think there should be an actor-character disassociation.

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But, if underage actresses themselves don't object being cast against adult (however so many years older) actors, I mean, do we have any say in it? Its not like they are being forced to do this, right? It all comes down to their decision, They probably think this as part of a profession.

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I honestly don't think most actors (particularly the underage ones) get to have a say in what dramas they're cast in. Sure, maybe top stars and those with really lenient agencies would get to choose their roles. (But I may be wrong, does anyone know whether actors have complete liberty to choose their own projects?)

But yeah, I agree with your last sentence, they probably have to suck it up even if they feel uncomfortable and view it with a professional mindset.

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They actually do. Kim Yoo-jung picked her role in Moonlight. The character that she played is supposed to be a teenager. Park Bo-gum was cast later as the lead guy.
She has been acting since she was 4yrs old (almost 50 drama and movies combined). She is very professional. Acting is acting and nothing more. Her mother and older sister were at the set 24/7. That's mean that she made the choice with her parents approval and support.

Most of these young girls are playing the proper age for their characters. It's the male that are too old to play teen age characters.

The age gap is uncomfortable but at the end of the day it's just a job for these actors.

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i think its usually the case that they get to choose projects - all the ones we know casted in uneven age pairings are pretty experienced child actresses who have stared in many shows/movies. i honestly think they can say no and i'm pretty sure underage actresses also have their parents to protect them.

the problem i have is if they cast a much older guy actor after that and the actresses can't really back out.

which is why i was fine with kim sae ron who probably saw an opp to be leading lady and took it for Mirror of the Witch (yoon shi-yoon was cast first) as well as kim yoo-jung who was casted after pbg in MDBC, this being her first leading lady role (secret door doesn't count), but i was more uncomfortable for kim so-hyun for bring it on, ghost.

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Ooops I believe you are correct with Park Bo-gum being the one that was cast first.

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You can't expect minors to have a nuanced and full understanding of those dynamics, nor the power to decide these things. They're in a business, their agents unfortunately could care more about money than their well-being. (Not saying this is the case for them but plenty of young stars have been used for money and suffered for it)

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Isn't the difference obvious? In MDBY in young actress played in adult. It's not like she participated in R-rated material. Here on the other hand an adult woman plays a high schooler, where the character might be put in adult situations with a grown man. No matter how off-screen. That makes people uncomfortable.

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Actually, there was already a drama where viewers were clamoring for a middle-aged adult to be with a high schooler. Or were at least supportive of it.

Funny thing was that no one really seemed to object to angry mom portraying a similar issue. but oh, ji soo is so cute!

Bleh, if you want to talk about hypocrisy, you should start with that.

Fwiw, I'm disturbed by all the kid shenanigans, from Kim go eun portraying a high school bride and adults clamoring for a high schooler to be with a mother of a high schooler to the plethora of non-adult actors being cast as romantic interests to adult actors such as Kim sae Ron, Kim yoo jung, kim so hyun, and yeo Jin gu. Oh wait, there's another example of hypocrisy except it's OK because "I love yeo Jin gu and his love interest looks young!"

Really, either you're against exploiting non-legal teenagers as love interests whether they're male or female or you should be fine with all of them.

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I 100 percent agree with you.
It shouldn't matter if they are male or female.

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Kim go eun really looks like 18 school student kid wich is 180° different with gongyoo who looks so mature adults 35smth man doesn't match at all with GongYoo

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they want to show age difference here she's high school girl while he 's Goblin with hundreds years but honestly i don't know why they want KGE a high school girl she's already 25y she can act as an adult or at least in a colleague
since we don't why they did that we have to wait and see

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How many part time jobs can an average kdrama girl do? Like seriously, we get heroines who do not know exhaustion.

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Maybe they're all secretly robots and just need to go home and recharge in a docking station for a few hours every day.

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And they still have time for a boyfriend. Gurrrrrrl.

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Oh boy. Even Twilight had their century-old hero be a 17 year old frozen in time instead of trying to pair an ancient guy with a high school girl.

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If you want to compare, Buffy was a high school girl and Angel was a century old vampire. Strongly it didn't bother me than, perhaps because David Boreanaz was younger.

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It could be just me, but I feel like every time a new poster or teaser comes out, my excitement for this show drops a tiny bit.

The only thing keeping me looking forward to this is the writer and my love for all four actors!! But not the promos!!

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I was actually pretty excited till this one came out...which is strange cause this is the first one that reveals something about the plot! Didn't it say somewhere that gong yo and lee dong wook share an apartment or something? I'm super excited for he bromance WHICH BETTER BE THERE.

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The two guys going to live under the same roof?????????? Oh my heart :c I absolutely would not mind bromance>romance

I keep forgetting this is a modern day drama! Every time I see 'goblin' in the character description, I imagine a troll-like Gong Yoo chilling under a bridge........

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Hahaha, ikr!? Me too! I wonder if we still haven't seen him in his Goblin form, or if all those sweaters and long coats that he wears ARE part of his Goblin form...

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Huh, weird, I'm actually the opposite of you: I hyped myself so much for this drama that when the teeny tiny bits of promo materials that came out for this, I found my excitement lessening more and more and I was afraid of disappointing myself, BUT then they released these two new teasers and more BTS vids of the cast interacting and now I'm excited again! I just really wanted to see our cast together on screen–especially Kim Go-eun and Gong Yoo!

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Why would he want to end his immortal life? I've been looking for a way to escape the death and still searching. Why not swap with me?

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I wonder why this drama is not starting soon k2 will end next week why are they waiting till dacember

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It's possible that 'Entourage', which premiered this week, is seen as the follow-up Fri-Sat show even though it's in a different timeslot. Since 'Cinderella and the Four Knights' aired, tvN seems to be staggering dramas between the 8PM and 11PM timeslots Fri-Sat. 'Cinderella and the Four Knights' (11PM) premiered a couple of weeks before 'The Good Wife' ended. 'The K2' (8PM) premiered a week before 'Cinderella and the Four Knights' ended. Now it looks like 'Goblin' (8PM) will premiere a week before 'Entourage' (11PM) airs its final week of episodes. The new dramas seem to be getting a headstart with their premieres while tvN has a captive audience from the dramas about to end. tvN is possibly testing the waters by airing dramas with more adult content in the Fri-Sat 11 PM timeslot and possibly even testing whether they can air two shows the same night and still have decent ratings for both.

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This is the first teaser that did not look like an advert but yet am not feeling it writernim,PD am begging you don't fuck this up...for gong yoo sake please be good

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What did you expect from Kim Eun Sook in terms of storyline though ? hehe We watch for the pretty and fluffy romance

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Yeah, with Kim Eun Sook's brand of cheezy romance, you'll get romance and pretty people to grace our screens. Nothing more, nothing less.

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I couldn't even ride with DotS for Song Joong-ki. I'm might make it halfway for Kim Go-eun.

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This "immortal beautiful creature falls for random high school girl who feels special to him somehow" plot is the stuff 14-year-old girls' fantasies are made of. These teasers don't communicate much about the characters so I hope the drama does a better job at making their connection believable and giving them interesting personalities and conflicts. Because right know it all feels pretty cringe.

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I thought the same thing! This plot makes me think of a bad YA paranormal romance novel.

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I remember that I always manage to stare at the super good looking people when I am in high school, idk instinct?

I feel weird for her character because she can be an adult and I honestly think that it's all about the virginity issue... >_<

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Maybe like in the olden era, the bride must be a virgin.

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What song is playing on teaser?

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I can't take another underage romance this year. Whether it's the character or the actress.

If there's not a significant time jump after the first episode, I'm gonna have to pass this up.

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Preach.

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Gong Yoo need to change his hair style. PERIOD

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Why?! ? I was just talking about how excited I was about this drama yesterday and now this news brings it down a bit ? Please let this story span over a long time period and he just meets her as a high schooler and senses it. But the romance will be later. Please? Still looking forward to YIN and LDW don't ruin both romances for me.

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I still dont get why they keep pushing the high schooler thing... didnt this writer realize with DOTS that people could take a drama without highschoolers well? more so, when most of the leads are like in their thirties and the female lead is actually legal? Why? So weird.. I was excited to see GY and YIN but now im a bit taken back.
This reminds me of the anime Vampire Knight -any anime lovers here?- were Kaname's a century old vamp in the body of a 18 y.o one and the Candy lead Yuki is 16... I never got that and never will...

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gong yoo gong yoo gong yoo gong yoo gong yoo

how ive waited for you

Im so excited bc he looks so beautiful esp in the teaser w the wind blowing his hair sigghhh
I hope this turns out really well even though not a big fan of the writer or the fact that KGE seems like an overly positive/cheery hs student

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Can someone tell me what hair color is Kim Go Eun sporting?

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isn't it just black?

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actually, i guess it's a very dark brown.

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From the trailer and still cuts, this drama is starting to look like Korean version of Twilight.

I hope there is some substance and depth.

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I can't help but remembering (good things) about Big, Gong Yoo's last drama (that I watched) which puts him under an umbrella, on a beautiful, hazy, rainy day.

I am watching this. For sure.

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lol gong yoo obviously looks too old to be in a relationship with a teenager...i mean he played a friggen dad in train to busan!

i honestly dont get why she has to be a teenager. a recent college grad seems fine to me.

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I’m still wondering how they’re going to pull off a romance between a high school girl and a centuries-year-old god, which is a weird problem to introduce when the actress is in her twenties anyway and doesn’t need to play younger.

Oh man, even if we weren't dealing with a centuries-year-old god and a higher schooler, it'd still be a thirty-something year old man and a high schooler. Ugh, why'd she have to be a high schooler? I'm hoping that she's at least a senior in high school.

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She is! ??? (And she's graduating in the first ep and then there's gonna be a time skip and we'll catch up with her when she's in her twenties! ???)

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The music for the teasers are so beautiful!

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I avoid every Gong Yoo project. Believe me I avoided BIG, COFFEE PRINCE and even TRAIN TO BUSAN. But these teasers are inevitably showing his charms.

Never thought I'd say this: So glad to see him. He looks SOOOOOOOO GOOD with Kim Go-eun.

Not a fan of both, but I think I'm starting to!

I think I'm really starting to like them both!!!!!

Hwakshirae - I will watch this FOR SURE!!

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I rmb in the past ... There is some complaints on lead gal being too much older than lead guy that she almost look like his aunt/mum (7th Level Civil Servant, Witch Romance, High School King of Savvy)..... So now in Goblin it is the other way round ??

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Ok, so, I realise it's a little late to complain about the title and discussion over it has probably ended a century ago but... I was so disappointed when they changed the title to this?? I thought it was fine as just "Goblin" but of course they worried it would be too bland and non-informative. So now, he's the "Lonely, ~Shining~ Goblin" because that definitely is better >_>
Guess they wanted us to know that he's super lonely as well as blazin?

Pardon if I come across as scathing. Sometimes drama titles can just sound sooooo silly when translated to english.

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