Drama

‘Goblin’ cast and crew will fly to Thailand to celebrate success of drama series

By diana / 2017.01.16
Gong Yoo in attendance during a photocall at the 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival.

With just a couple of episodes left before "Goblin" wraps up, it is safe to admit that the tvN drama series will end with a bang for consistently earning high viewership ratings. In fact, a staff of the production confirmed they are planning to take a vacation to celebrate the success.

According to Allkpop, a staff revealed the "Goblin" cast and crew will fly to Thailand after the drama concludes. "The actors and production will be leaving on February 6," the source said.

It continued, "The entire cast and crew will all do their best to not miss this opportunity to bond with one another, and go on vacation to recharge and relieve themselves."

Reports stated "Goblin" will air its 15th and 16th episodes on Jan. 21. The tvN drama series received good feedbacks since it started in December, garnering 17.2 percent as its highest viewership ratings for a one-minute scene, Soompi cited.

The 11th episode of "Goblin" garnered the most-watched one-minute scene of the drama series by far. Gong Yoo's heroic act to save Kim Go Eun seemed to have won the hearts of the viewers considering the figures.

Trailing on the second spot for having the highest viewership ratings was Gong Yoo's confrontation with Yoo In Na about the grim reaper's past. The scene was seen in the 12th episode of "Goblin" aired last Jan. 7.

Lastly, "Goblin" earned 15 percent viewership ratings for its 10th episode, where Gong Yoo figured out that his sister reincarnated through Yoo In Na. On top of that, the tvN drama series broke another record for after a cliffhanger episode 13.

Nielsen Korea revealed the episode earned 15.55 percent viewership ratings, surpassing the previous record. Catch the three remaining episodes of "Goblin" airing on Jan. 14 and 20 at 20:00 KST on tvN.

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