First Impression: What do you think of Wallace Chung and Maggie Jiang’s Memories of Love (Yi Lu Fan Hua Xiang Song)?

Who’s the luckiest girl in dramaland right now? Maggie Jiang! Being romanced by Jin Dong in Mr. Right, and now Wallace Chung and Aaron Yan in Memories of Love. Mr. Right had a solid run with great ratings, which left the hot seat for MOL to do well to maintain that high. It airs 2 episodes every day, except for the weekends, one episode each day.

If you’re watching, let other fans know of your thoughts!

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Episode 1.

  • A little bit about the novel that I scraped out (A lot is changed in the drama.): The Road to Bid Farewell is filled with Flowers (一路繁花相送) is adapted from the novel of the same name written by Qing Shan Luo Ta. From words of mouth, the story isn’t anything different from your usual meet as teenagers, separated, and then reunited as adults. She’s a young, talented graphic designer, but grew up without the warmth and love from a mother (plenty from the dad and sister, though), but it’s our hero who fills in those missing holes in her heart. At age 15, she stole his first kiss. At age 17, she told him she does not want to be anyone’s responsibility. At age 25, she tells him he doesn’t have the right to stubbornly remain as an uninvited guest in her life. We then learn that our hero left to study abroad when he was 17. Feeling hurt and betrayed, she shrinks back and moves forward in life without him; refusing to wait, refusing to compromise. Though it kills her inside, she ends up ripping the piece of paper containing his US address. 7 years later, the sensitive and stubborn girl of the past has transformed into a cold woman who doesn’t trust or believe in love. She lives a carefree life and likes to travel, wearing a mask of indifference to deal with people. What happened during those 7 years? It’s the hero’s mission to find out.
  • The drama is making it 10 years! Aaron Yan’s love is one-sided so prepare your heart well. Maggie’s a dance teacher in the drama.

The Road to Bid Farewell is filled with Flowers is scheduled to air on 2/7 with 41 episodes.

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  1. 6 thoughts on “First Impression: What do you think of Wallace Chung and Maggie Jiang’s Memories of Love (Yi Lu Fan Hua Xiang Song)?

    About MOL – I watched it up to episode #6 and I’m asking myself why am I still watching it? My answer is I’m watching it for the main leads (Wallace & Maggie) & hoping it will get better, but I think I’m about to give it up. The story is boring & weird. I don’t like some of the supporting actors. Especially Maggie’s sister & her so called “boyfriend”. I feel bad for Wallace & Maggie. Don’t waste your time with this drama. You are not missing anything.

    • 6 thoughts on “First Impression: What do you think of Wallace Chung and Maggie Jiang’s Memories of Love (Yi Lu Fan Hua Xiang Song)?

      It is actually not that bad.. plot is predictable but it allows me to reflect back on my past relationships. Love hurts but life moves on.

  2. 6 thoughts on “First Impression: What do you think of Wallace Chung and Maggie Jiang’s Memories of Love (Yi Lu Fan Hua Xiang Song)?

    The girl who is playing the younger version of Maggie – she has a terrible hairstyle.

  3. 6 thoughts on “First Impression: What do you think of Wallace Chung and Maggie Jiang’s Memories of Love (Yi Lu Fan Hua Xiang Song)?

    Maggie, Aaron and Wallace are 3 of my favourite artists. They have been in some brilliant dramas and I have faith this will be a good drama. I like Aaron to do well as I believe he has a lot of potential being so multi talented.

    • 6 thoughts on “First Impression: What do you think of Wallace Chung and Maggie Jiang’s Memories of Love (Yi Lu Fan Hua Xiang Song)?

      Good movies or dramas count on many things to make them work/great projects: good story, good acting, good directing… It’s like a machine that all the pieces have to work to make it run. I learned that not necessary good actors always make good movies or dramas. It has to be the combination of EVERYTHING. In this case, all the “components” didn’t work well together. That’s why all good actors don’t ALWAYS have ALL the movies/dramas. You can check it out to find out for yourself. Good luck!

    • 6 thoughts on “First Impression: What do you think of Wallace Chung and Maggie Jiang’s Memories of Love (Yi Lu Fan Hua Xiang Song)?

      CORRECTION: That’s why all good actors don’t ALWAYS have ALL the good movies/dramas. You can check it out to find it out for yourself. Good luck!

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