First Impression: What do you think of Under the Power with Ren Jia Lun and Tan Song Yun?

Our lead characters play two investigative bureaus during the Ming Dynasty. He serves for the imperial secret police group called the Embroidered Uniform Guards and she’s a female Constable from Liu Shan Men, a government branch responsible for safety of the capital. Our two leads meet when funds raised to repair a river went missing and her people are tasked to provide assistance to his people. She’s of course huffy puffy about working under him and he’s too proud (son of the leader). Motivated by self-interests, he doesn’t treat her kindly and things come to a climax when she finds out that the Embroidered Uniform Guards were involved in her parents’ deaths.

Premiered 12/28!

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Cdrama Updates: Twelve Tan, My Talent Neighbour, Under the Power, The Last Goodbye To Mama, Sweet Tai Chi

Happy Friday!

I can’t believe next week is Christmas already. O_O

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Cdrama Updates: Love is Fate, The Love By Hypnotic, The Promise Keepers, A Little Thing Called First Love

More dramas to air in October!

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Drama Updates: Go Go Squid, Novoland: Eagle Flag, Never Say Goodbye, Find Yourself, Young Blood, Accidentally In Love

Making up for the past few days.

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Yang Zi’s The Destiny of White Snake with Ren Jia Lun reveals opening and ending themesongs

My first impression remains….this is exactly like Hua Qian Gu! Lol. The torture, the master, the cages, the stabbity sword, the bunny hair…and when the pet bells shows up, I’m out! xD

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New Promos: Ever Night, The Destiny of White Snake, One and Another Him, Take My Brother Away

My favorite thing to do nowadays is to give out dates. Lol. No mention of dates = no dates.

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Official Trailer for Ren Jia Lun and Tan Song Yun’s Jin Yi Zhi Xia

We had a shorter teaser before but now it’s a full-on trailer for ancient drama Jin Yi Zhi Xia (锦衣之下) with Ren Jia Lun and Tan Song Yun as leads. They play two investigative bureaus during the Ming Dynasty. He serves for the imperial secret police group called the Embroidered Uniform Guards and she’s a female Constable from Liu Shan Men, a government branch responsible for safety of the capital. Our two leads meet when funds raised to repair a river went missing and her people are tasked to provide assistance to his people. She’s of course huffy puffy about working under him and he’s too proud (son of the leader). Motivated by self-interests, he doesn’t treat her kindly and things come to a climax when she finds out that the Embroidered Uniform Guards were involved in her parents’ deaths.

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