These scenes from Goblin: The Lonely and Great God were unforgettable since it is one of the most remembered K-Dramas among fans.
Every drama aficionado You may have heard of this production; it is a fantasy drama that has left an indelible impression on Korean entertainment, and it remains one of the most popular series among worldwide fans despite the passage of time.
Goblin tells the narrative of a Goryeo warrior who, after losing his life, receives a mysterious punishment that transforms him into an eternal being doomed to see generations of comrades die until he finds the female who would be his girlfriend.
We follow this figure from ancient Korea to the current day and eventually into the future, yet while we enjoyed their adventures and received lessons of reflection, there were also tragic sequences that made us cry.
Ji- Eun Tak’s birthday
We knew from the beginning of this drama that it would be a story that would make us cry over and over again. We first meet Eun Tak as a young child, on her birthday, with her mother waiting by her side to rejoice; yet, it is only about her soul.
Another memorable scene was when Kim Shin, the character of Gong Yoo, vanishes in front of Eun Tak's eyes and she is powerless to stop it. The girl doesn't want the Goblin to leave, but she's also terrified of forgetting about him after he's gone.
Grim Reaper and Sunny's Sad Ending
Despite the fact that the Grim Reaper and Sunny's characters experienced many tragic moments, the hope for their happiness together lasted until the end. Although they got a new chance to be together in the play, we also saw a painful farewell in which the girl tells her that, while she has no idea what would happen in another life, they will not be able to be happy as a relationship in this one.
Ji-Eun Tak's Sacrifice
Despite all of the genuine reunions seen at the start of the series, the conclusion was sad. When Eun Tak perished in an automobile accident, Kim Shin was left alone for over 30 years, just as he had been 900 years before (Sunny and Grim Reaper also died). I was looking for a twist, but it didn't materialize. I was first irritated by the fact that Eun Tak had to die. I understand that she returned and that she had three lives with him, but STILL. However, I appreciate how realistic the writers made it. Humans all perish. Ji Eun Tak had to pass because she had been a lost soul for longer than she was supposed to. It doesn't make sense for her to become immortal at random. She is the Goblin's wife, and it was her responsibility to draw the sword. She died, was reborn, and reconnected with Kim Shin.
Death Of Goblin In The Goryeo Era
What we witness in the Goryeo era is another proof that Goblin offered us tragic scenes from the beginning of the story. Kim Shin used to be a kingdom warrior, and his sister was the queen, but the king killed them both after being influenced.
When Eun Tak realized Jung Hyun is her mother's friend
Despite the fact that Eun Tak's mother only appears in the first half of the episode, we can observe how many symbolisms are used to demonstrate her mother's love for Eun Tak. For example, in this scenario, Jung Hyun, her mother's long-time friend, looks after Eun Tak and assists her in keeping her financial books. It was both touching and upsetting at the same time, in my opinion.
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