“i plan to stop acting so innocent. i won’t pretend to not know anything or i’ve got nothing to do with all this, or hide. we just sat here quietly, listening to the adults. we were hoping that they’d help and resolve all this. we just waited for them to do something. but look what happened! i think we have a right to know now. if no one is going to tell us, we need to find out ourselves. we need to find out what happened and how! so, let’s find out ourselves, the reason lee sowoo died.”
“Your father is happy. I worked with needles and scissors my whole life. That might not seem significant to others, but the clothes I made kept someone warm, and made some happy. I found pleasure and meaning in that.”
I think Grim Reapers choose to forget their past memories because of the overwhelming guilt they felt about the crimes they’ve committed. They repent by seeing to it that the departed get the peace or the punishment they deserve, something that is out of reach for them.
I like how the show is letting Eun Tak grow up, even just in the sidelines. While haters might find her relationship with Kim Shin nauseating, I like seeing them together because it somehow brings light into Shin’s world. You see an almost-millenium old man who is grasping straws about his very first romantic relationship with a girl who is simply making the most out of her life. Hate her and them together for all I care but I like them. Eun Tak, as his bride, is the beginning and end he desperately needed, but he wouldn’t gain that without a transformation with him.
If I have every moment to dissect Wang Yeo and Kim Shin’s relationship, I will. I love them. They’re brilliant together, which should have been the case about 900-and-so years ago had Wang Yeo listened to him. I am definitely looking forward to their confrontation. Wang Yeo needs to hear it, and him as the Reaper will definitely listen. Kim Shin, on the other hand, will definitely be full of rage, something that is understandable. I want them to get on with it, because this is their second chance.
Sunny continually gets torn between her brother and lover, which saddens me. I want Grim Reaper/Goblin reconciliation for her! I want Eun Tak to be her support (because she’s the variable, stop dissing her) because Eun Tak could provide her the perspective to decide to save herself. (Girl got to have self-preservation after eons.)
I really have no idea what will happen to Wang Yeo in the end. I want him to gain his second chance as a person, but will God give him? Will he be given the chance to choose? For me, he deserves it.
BUT GOBLIN. PLEASE PLEASE LET HIM LIVE. I think I’ll cry buckets when he “goes to nothingness” because why in the world did I invest myself in this drama if not for him? Lol. I want him to live. He may/may not remember, but just like Sunny and Reaper, the goblin and his bride deserves to eventually find their way back together.
Seriously, I just want to cry watching the last four episodes of Goblin (or maybe cry because I have so many school related things to do while waiting for it).
See Ya Never gone my way Better will someday Never far away See Ya Never gone my way Better on my stay Never far away Round and round and I never know why Round and round and it will show us way out It’s my delight As day goes by you hold on tight another day You’re wondering why but you know why no other way Somedays the sun will shine down Somedays the moon will cry Tomorrow we‘ll see Tomorrow we‘ll be As we go on our way The world in your eyes forever is lie as we go on our way There is a thousand things to know Sometimes we’re standing by the things we never understand As we go on our own way The sun goes down The tides are low I’ll see you on the day Letting you go on your way See Ya Never gone my way Never we‘ll someday Never far away See Ya Never gone my way Never on my day Never far away Round and round and I never know why Round and round and it will show us way out It’s my delight