Siege in Fog Drama Discussion Post Week 4: Episodes 25 – 30

I’m still waiting to marathon this ~

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  1. 12 thoughts on “Siege in Fog Drama Discussion Post Week 4: Episodes 25 – 30

    I Love Love the Main Lead (Elvis Han), this male character is what I like. Act like a playboy but actually a very smart guy and don’t want to compete with his brothers. Also, his love is only for his only love. I like Sun Yi as well, She matches so well with Elvis Han. Their chemistry is off the chart. I just wish her character is not wishy and washy because I hate how she still helping out Jeremy Tsui character (he annoy the heck out of me)

    I also like the 2nd and 3rd brother fight and bromance. they understand each other so well!!

    • 12 thoughts on “Siege in Fog Drama Discussion Post Week 4: Episodes 25 – 30

      Jeremy Tsui is simultaneously the most annoying character in Siege in Fog and yet also one of the strongest characters in Dugu Tianxia? The Taishi character is so engrossing. Maybe he suits historical dramas better.

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    Sun Yi’s Qin Sang is getting a lot of hate nowdays.

    So much so that the writer and Sun Yi are very peeved about it.

    Apparently both the writer and Sun Yi said there were a lot of Qin Sang’s scenes cut so her character makes no sense.

    The writer seemed super angry and even uploaded the scripts of some of the scenes that were deleted. In the original story Qin Sang character makes a lot more sense and it establishes her relationship with both Elvis and Jeremy’s characters and her own conviction on doing right by the both of them.

    2nd brother’s vileness, the songstress villanary and eldest brother and his wifes relationship as well as why Qin Sang is so hell bent on believing 2nd brother wants to kill Elvis were all deleted. Even 2nd brother’s wife’s role in the house hold and her and Qin Sang’s scenes showing their intelligence were also deleted.

    I have to say I am not enjoying this drama the longer it goes, there are so many plot holes and it seems the editing is focus solely on 2nd brothers and Elvis relationship and their story while everyone else is in the background.

    A lot of the couple scenes between the mains were deleted too.

    I hope they release an reedited version one day.

    • 12 thoughts on “Siege in Fog Drama Discussion Post Week 4: Episodes 25 – 30

      Ok, I just paused the show and don’t know much about the 2nd brother. Why is he vile? I have seen people online talking about it, but I don’t really know what is going on. From where I have seen until, the brother seemed like an upright character who is brutish and stubborn, that is all. Could you share a little of what you know? I don’t mind spoilers (I want it all! Haha).

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        He actually held Qin Sang and the rest of the ladies’ hostage, to force Yi Liankai to come back. It was after their father got a stroke I think. 2nd brother is quite power hungry.
        Idk if this part is shown yet.

    • 12 thoughts on “Siege in Fog Drama Discussion Post Week 4: Episodes 25 – 30

      :((( Was this in a news article? Where can I read it?

    • 12 thoughts on “Siege in Fog Drama Discussion Post Week 4: Episodes 25 – 30

      Welll, that explains what I’ve been dealing with lately regarding this drama. I’ve been watching it and doing homework/chores at the same time and I was getting seriously confused. I thought I missed stuff because I wasn’t paying attention and that’s why all their actions and conversations were all over the place.

      That said, I don’t think all changes to the story are bad.I like that all (almost all) cards are down between our love birds and their relationship is sort of normal now even though between the family members things are going to hell slowly but surely.

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    Wait, that’s mean there could be more sweet scenes of the leads, I want it al. I love them together. Why do they have to edit out so much. I need the uncut version. Elvis Han is wining me over and I love him and Sun Yi together. Hope she didn’t get married so early though.. hahaha

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    Cute cut of them on Happy Camp.

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      Elvis is soooo hot on Happy Camp!!! I am too old for drooling all over him lol I am not sure did anyone notice (I admit all my attention was on him) during one of the game, he suddenly left his seat and then come back with a bottle of water. At first I thought he was thirsty but then later, I saw Sun Yi is drinking water and she is the only one with a bottle of water. I think that is very sweet of him because she just finished eating the ‘dirty’ bun for the game show. And in the beginning during their introduction, the way Sun Yi took his mic away and playfully hit him, it shows that they are very close in order to interact this way together. They are sooo shippable but oh well…I also think her husband is quite likable lol

      • 12 thoughts on “Siege in Fog Drama Discussion Post Week 4: Episodes 25 – 30

        Omg! Such a cute detail!!! Hahaha, man they are both so shippable! THEIR CHEMISTRY IS ON FIRE. I used to love Deng Lun and Sun Yi (THEY WORKED TGT 3 TIMES) but now I think Han Dong Jun suits her as well. Ahhhhh! 😍😍😍😍

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    I have this drama on the watchlist. It sounds like the production company chopped, sliced and diced the filmed footage, to shrink the drama down to 50 episodes. As if they couldn’t fit the written scripts into 50 episodes? The drama length could have been 36 episodes probably, and still be cohesive. The C-drama companies devote so much effort on the quality of costumes, set designs and cinematography, but they forget to output a cohesive and concise plot. China’s drama viewing audiences might walk away underwhelmed, at the end of some of these weighty dramas.

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