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Goblin: Not ready to let go, Are you?

We’re at the finale weekend of Goblin, and we will get treated to 3 episodes. Unfortunately, it is the LAST 3 episodes. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, I don’t know what crack drama you’re on. You still have days away to marathon the entire series before the finale. Be warned: you will look and sound like a lunatic throughout the series because as you watch an episode, you will laugh, then you will cry, then you will laugh some more, and cry harder, get mad, then go crazy wanting to watch the next episode – repeat for the next 13 episodes.

If you’re on this crack drama, are you as anxious as I am? I mean, I’m really curious how this will play out. Since they delayed episode 14 because they want special effects to be of quality, I cannot imagine what else needs CGI editing. I’m still excited nonetheless. I think I can foresee a time jump happening – it’d be nice if they have a montage of how they’ve been living the last 9 years, instead of hearing it in the dialogue. More importantly, I just want answers – how will Sunny find out her brother died? Will ET live or die of a heart attack? Will GR and Sunny have a happy ending? Will ET and KS have a happy ending? –I’d be quite disappointed if their reunion is one of the reincarnated kind, to be honest. But I’ll take what I get – another passionate kiss,

this time though the camera needs NOT to be behind GY’s shoulder. Also, where is the OST for Never Far Away?????

Then here comes the reality – the major withdrawal symptoms. I know I’m going to get it pretty bad. I’m pretty bummed that I went with the Goblin craze watching it raw, with subs, again and again, going through every social media post about this show, and not to mention shipping KGE and GY to date in real life. The last time I was like this was when Master’s Sun was airing, SKKS a few years before that, and City Hall. I should’ve just waited for the whole series to air then watch it in 2 days like I always do. But no- I freaking fell in love with ET and KS right off the bat. So, here I am, more afraid of the withdrawal symptoms rather than how the series will answer all the questions, seal every loophole, and wrap the entire show in a neat bow.

I’ve actually found a rebound drama [will be blogging about it soon] and I’m already skipping scenes to get to the ending, so it’s pretty obvious, that I’m not ready to let go of this drama anytime soon.  I’m going to need a Goblin Anonymous just to help me move on.