Episode 40 – Goblin, Weightlifting Fairy, Romantic Doctor & Princess Wei Young

By Tuesday, December 13, 2016 3 0

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016 continues to deliver a steady stream of thrilling dramas…
We can barely contain our excitement in this episode! Not even being under the weather could stop us from recording, and getting our therapy on.

We start out by discussing goblins, grim reapers and weightlifting fairies. Then we move on to even more supernatural creatures in the form of mermaids. And we round things off with a couple of romantic doctors and Chinese royalty. Join us!

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3 Comments
  • Wingardiumscapulosum
    December 28, 2016

    SPOILER ALERT!!! (Goblin)
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    About the queen…

    She is actually the goblin’s sister who marries the king.

    Also I don’t think the girl dies after removing the sword instantly. (Ep 8)

  • Emil Novelo
    February 5, 2017

    Wang Ji Hyun was the lead actor in “Assassination”. This is a untold story about Japan’s domination of the Pacific Rim prior to WWII. She is terrific as a sniper for the Korean Independence Army, and took the time to learn how to handle a huge sniper rife. “Empire of the Sun” was a story about European struggles under occupation. “Assassination” is the story about the occupation of Korea before Perl Harbor. Wang Ji Hyun uses very subtle expressions in her acting – the dance scene is a good example of her acting style. The film has stunning cinematography in each scene (iTunes & Amazon).

  • Tinkerbell
    April 6, 2017

    I’m so glad you returned to the old format, even if I would appreciate an audio commentary once in a while. You guys are awesome! 😀

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