This scene just doesn’t get old! *indulges in another squee moment*
For those of you who have already watched today’s episode, my selection of this particular scene as the “Squee Moment” should come as no surprise. It features the long-awaited/long-dreaded sword-pulling scene, and our master writer Kim Eun Sook beautifully untangles many of her well-crafted knots in this 3-minute clip…! Continue reading Goblin: Episode 13 Squee Moment
Episode 6 continues the story in much the same vein as the previous episodes–further development into the characters and story with a liberal smattering of humor nicely mixed in with the drama.
Despite the number of memorable scenes today, though, I’ve got to admit that Kim Eun Sook knows how to plan her cliffhangers. This is the last scene of the episode, and we get our first kiss in a way that makes sense. And yes…it’s not a trick of the camera angle as in Weighlighting Fairy Kim Bok Joo this past week. 🙂
Continue reading Goblin: Episode 6 Squee Moment
I’ve been doing errands left and right today, but I managed to take some time to watch today’s Goblin episode, and oh my cuteness! I just had to log in to blog about this short but squee-worthy moment. Sure, there are a great number of them in this episode–as with the other episodes–but this one is particularly cute. Enjoy~! Continue reading Goblin: Episode 5 Squee Moment
Happy Friday, Twinkles~!
As you may have noticed by now, Kdramaland is atwitter with the goodness that we know as Goblin, so for this week’s “Friday Fun,” I thought it only appropriate to give a nod to one of the great songs that is helping to create such wonderful delight for us. 😉 Continue reading Friday Fun: Chan Yeol (찬열) and Punch (펀치) – Goblin OST 1 “Stay With Me”
Starring: Gong Yoo as Seok Woo, Ma Dong Seok as Sang Hwa, Jung Yu Mi as Sung Kyeong, Choi Woo Shik as Yeong Guk, Ahn So Hee as Jin Hee, and Kim Soo An as Soo An
Rating: PG-13, zombie violence
Running Time: 118 mins.
Twinkies: 3 1/2 bloody stars Continue reading “Movie Monday – Train to Busan (2016)”
Happy Monday, Twinkles~!
Starring: Gong Yoo as Ji Dong Chul, Park Hee Soon as Min Se Hoon, Yu Da In as Choi Gyung Hee, Jo Sung Ha as Kim Seok Ho, and Jo Jae Yun as Captain Jo
Rating: R, subject matter and some violence
Running Time: 138 min
Twinkies: 4 1/2 stars
You can check out NewKDramaAddict‘s full review here.