Goblin: The Great and Lonely God. The initial action takes place in the Goryeo era. The king rose to power while still a child and was brought up by the cunning and ill-intentioned eunuch Park Joong-Heon. Although his feelings for his bride are sincere, he is manipulated by his eunuch into becoming more fearful and suspicious of the Shin family, whom the people considered as the real pillars of the country. Filled with rage and envy, Wang Yeo sends Kim Shin into a battle to secure the Northern border and orders him to die on the battlefield.
Goblin: The Great and Lonely God. Review - Asian Dramas
Sammo Hung and the Chinese army? Secondly—and most importantly—the film's screenwriters bog down their already arch characters with so much trivial background information that you can't help but emotionally check out long before we get to some thankfully decent action scenes. Advertisement Seriously, what's doing with these samurai pirates, and why are they not the stars of this picture? So the higher-ups in the Ming dynasty regime ask Qi to do what Wu doesn't have the tactical skill to do: kill 'em all. There are a scattered handful of preliminary scenes where we see why Qi is such a big deal, like the one where he and Wu fight one-on-one in a prison cell, or the one where he outfoxes the pirates, and forces them to retreat.
After accomplishing these pursuits, all that remains is their legacy after death Especially, the Choe clan ruled Goryeo for 60 years in place of Goryeo kings. There were few cases in history where a slave was able to rise to a position of power and authority. This drama is inspired by historical facts recorded in the Annals of the Goryeo Dynasty and tells a story about courageous men. Choe Woo became impressed with Kim Jun and promoted him to be the household retainer and later on, a trusted commander.