Touch Your Heart is all things sweet and delightful! The Goblin (2017) pair of Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Na won everyone’s heart in that drama and it is no surprise that their second outing was highly anticipated. The drama fulfils all our wishes by giving us a memorable couple with lots and lots of feel-good romance, in contrast to the bittersweet nature in Goblin. Continue reading
I think the latest news is chock full of script readings! Which also gives me an opportunity to talk about shows that I missed posting when their casting was announced. News Bites is a segment where latest news of Korean Dramas will be discussed at a common place. So let’s dive into the latest tidbits of dramaland! Continue reading
tvN’s new drama Touch Your Heart (also, Reach of Sincerity) reunites the memorable second lead couple of Goblin, Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Na. The former also did a reunion project previously when he starred with Lee Da Hae in Hotel King after starring together in very popular My Girl. Continue reading
I think other than the bromance and humour of 2016 superhit drama Goblin, the third memorable thing about that show was the second lead pair of Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Na. And after that bittersweet love story of two, the fans can rejoice that they will be reuniting for upcoming tvN drama Touch Your Heart. It will be a romantic comedy, so yay for more laughs, cuteness and exuberance. The Korean drama is also going by the title Reach Of Sincerity, which sounds a bit weird, so I’m gonna use the former. Continue reading
Goblin premiered in the tail end of 2016. It grabbed the headlines the moment it was announced, having plenty of reasons: star writer Kim Eun Suk (penning her second drama on the heels of smash hit Descendants Of The Sun in the very same year), top leads Gong Yoo (returning to small screen after a long time since 2012’s Big) and Kim Go Eun (mostly a movie actress and winning hearts with drama debut in Cheese In The Trap) and a fantasy filled premise. And as expected, Goblin went on to become a smash hit, hitting the right notes for the most part as it is certainly not without flaws.