Watch out guys, the cute-o-meter for this drama is blowing up the roof! I really don’t need more reasons to check this out. The cast, old and young, get along so well that they are posing and snapping selfies like there’s no tomorrow. What I like even more? The bromance and the sisterhood are displayed in fair amounts. The guys are pals and the ladies are friends (despite having conflicts due to differences in status), instead of the same old setup where the second female lead is deemed evil and pining after the male lead in every single scene. She has her own man and struggles. Which makes me question why the theme of friendship between women is rarely proportional in drama land, when compared to the dominant male rapport. A lifetime of loyalty and trust run deep in our blood as well!
I don’t think many recognize his name? He was the despicable brother king in King of Lan Ling, you know, the man who did one unforgivable thing at the very last episode? I sympathized with him at several points in the drama but once that happened, pity was gone, and what’s left is a burning hatred.
Anyway, he’s been in a few projects, but one that captured my attention is Master of the House, where he plays an autistic man. And based on the trailer, he’s doing a decent job.
Hee! Now this is a cast I’m attracted to without second thoughts. As you know, Tang Yan has wrapped up Lady and the Liar, and Li Yi Feng‘s Return of the Heiress, has finished airing. Thus, the two are chosen to lead in a new period Cdrama titled, Butterfly Fragrance. To round out the full cast are Shu Chang and William Chan, portraying the second leads.
I’m no expert in dancing so if I’m wrong, forgive. But judging from the latest stills, one’s guess of Huang Xiao Ming‘s profession isn’t the mobster prince of Shanghai, but instead a dreamy dance teacher. Anyway, there’s no doubt this drama is gorgeous to look at….but let’s join my mantra, shall we?
pleasebegood! pleasebegood!! youmustbegood!!
I cannot stress this enough.