He said, “Because it was a character different from any I’ve ever done before, I felt a lot of pressure going in. I also felt pressure working with the amazing writer, director, and staff, but with everyone’s love and support, we successfully finished the drama.”
“After the fact, there is always a little bit of sadness, and I thought a lot about whether I could have done better, especially for this drama; it was my first in a while, which I chose after a lot of deliberation. I sincerely thank everyone for all the love they gave this drama. It wasn’t always easy, but now that we’re at the end, it’s bittersweet on one hand and I feel really good on the other.”
Quoting his character Kim Shin, he said, “Even after knowing, I don’t.”
Gong Yoo thanked the writer and director for letting him join their already perfect pairing, and sincerely thanked the staff; there would be no “Goblin” without them.
“To all the actors, I usually can’t say this because I get embarrassed, but it was an honor, and thank you. I hope everyone stays healthy, and I will be back with another project. It was a lonely and great time. Thank you. This was the Goblin.”
At the end, Gong Yoo channeled Kim Shin to say, “All of my time with you was brilliant. Because the days were good, because they weren’t, because they were just right, I loved every one of them.”
The final two episodes of “Goblin” air tonight.
“Goblin” airs every Friday and Saturday. Catch the show on Viki exclusively in Europe!