Lee Dong Wook Does Commentary for Goblin Special and Releases Teaser Poster of Upcoming Asia Tour

It’s a good time for Lee Dong Wook to capitalize on his buzzy turn as the Grim Reaper/Emo Goryeo King in recently concluded fantasy drama Goblin. Neither him nor male lead Gong Yoo has had a super popular hit drama like this in years, and actually in the case of Lee Dong Wook one would have to go back a decade to the My Girl days. Next month he’ll be holding a Asia fan meeting tour starting in Seoul, and above is the poster release that is quite mesmerizing for being two sides of his face.

I know many top stars have side profile preferences which always feels like overkill since both sides look the same to me, but with Lee Dong Wook it totally looks different in a cool way, making me study his profile. This past weekend tvN aired two Goblin specials including lots of behind-the-scenes footage, and doing narration was Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Na, giving fans yet another chance to enjoy their charming banter and wit. Continue reading

Legend of the Blue Sea Tops Chosun Daily Readers Poll of Favorite 2016 K-drama

Another poll result has hit the internet waves and this one feels like the readers had their hands on the pulse the entire time. Online newspaper Chosun Daily which despite it’s name is a Chinese publication covering all news in … Continue reading

Guest Stars and Supporting Characters Shine in Goblin as the Drama Integrates All Characters Seamlessly

Everything feels connected in Goblin in ways both substantive and logical within its fantasy narrative. Supporting characters tug at the heartstrings or make one seethe with anger, and guest starring roles are memorable and meaningful. The leads have the lions … Continue reading