The woman gives birth to a baby girl named Ji Eun-Tak (later played by Kim Go-Eun). In the present day, Ji Eun-Tak is a high school student.9 years later, Ji Eun-Tak lives with her mother and is able to see ghosts. She still sees ghosts and hears their whisper of “Dokkaebi’s bride.” She now lives with her aunt’s family, but she is mistreated by them.The transition from romance to comedy to drama up to the heaviest drama scenes was fine as well.Every episode's last scenes always made me thrilled and excited to see the next episode but I always held myself back to do it so I can save my next day: Overall, Goblin is one of my top favorite K-drama so far.yeah it was hella boring I'm not used to post comment reviews and neither a super Kdrama fan but after watching this drama few days ago (I know I'm a year late coz I actually just found it on my hard drive), I can't help sharing my thoughts. I never felt a lot of emotions before and this drama surely hit me.The cinematography was absolutely impressive paired with a great soundtrack (I even added them to my Spotify library for nostalgia). I can't say anything bad in details about them, as I've said I'm not that a super fan to know their acting skills.
wtf I couldn't help myself staying fully awake while those boring long scripts between goblin and his bride, made me want to reach both my hands throgh tv screen and grab goblin by neck and shout at his face shut up shut up shut up shuttttttt uppppp ..
The episodes are very boring and tedious and the conversations are too long.
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.