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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] "Touch Your Heart" Shares Holiday Mood in First Teaser and Poster

2018/12/24 | 887 views | Permalink

If all you want for Christmas is another helping of this "Goblin" pair, "Touch Your Heart" grants your wish. The series has released a short, but lovable teaser, along with a simple, sweet poster of its leads, portrayed by Lee Dong-wook and Yoo In-na.

I'm usually not satisfied with really simple teasers showcasing star power only, but there's no way one can go wrong with some soothing, warm and familiar holiday spirit. The teaser released makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside, while the poster continues along the same lines.

The story of "Touch Your Heart" might not be novel, but a pairing can make or break any romance-heavy work, and although I have never watched "Goblin", I can see why this duo impressed. So, happy holidays, folks, and may your Christmas be as sweet as these two.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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