None of the above
Blink would affect the creature who triggered it
Glyph of warding says1:
When the glyph is triggered, the stored spell is cast. If the spell has a target, it targets the creature that triggered the glyph.
Since blink has a target, the creature that triggers the glyph would become the target of the spell. So this would imply #1 or #3 to be correct except for...
Blink does not allow you to teleport to a location upon triggering
Blink, on a roll of 11 or above, transports a creature to the Ethereal Plane. It does not allow any creature to teleport to any predetermined location of its (or any other creature's) choice.2 The location of the creature in the ethereal plane depends only on where they were in the material plane. Thus none of your options are correct.
The real answer is:
4. The creature that triggers the glyph gets transported to the ethereal plane at the end of their turn if they roll an 11 or above.
1 - Important to note is that errata has changed the wording of the spell from "[Y]ou inscribe a glyph that harms other creatures," to "When you cast this spell, you inscribe a glyph that later unleashes a magical effect.". Thus, glyph of warding can indeed create non-harmful effects.
2 - Worth noting is that at the beginning of each of its turns that it starts in the ethereal plane, the creature will blink back into the material plane in a place within 10 feet of the one you left last turn. While not technically teleporting, this would indeed be the creature who triggered the glyph's choice.