Happy Monday ~
Happy Monday ~
The Eight (民初奇人传) is an iQiyi original webdrama produced by film director Chen Kai Ge. It follows our hero, played by Oho Ou Hao, as he tumbles into the underbelly of the criminal world while trying to save China’s independence against external forces. The title The Eight represents different martial artists of jianghu in charge of guarding an ancient treasure.
Love how different Tan Song Yun looks in her character!
Sorry for the lack of updates, the past week had been hard. T_T
I usually look forward to this award show but this year seems very lackluster ~
Awwww this is so cute! The adorable sidekicks we have come to like in various projects lead a drama together! Li Xian (Dr. Qin Medical Examiner) and Zhang Ming En, the adorable lieutenant under Fu Ye in The Mystic Nine will rein you in with another mystery-themed drama, Tientsin Mystic (河神 = River God) adapted from the novel written by Tian Xia Ba Chang. Flooding ravages the land of Tianjin conjuring up numerous strange tales about the river. Li Xian plays Captain of the police team known as River God. He works together with a young master (Zhang Ming En) who escapes from his family’s business to pursue scientific solutions. Along with the two boys, two ladies help their cause in solving the mysterious cases; 1) Captain’s childhood sweetheart (Wang Zi Xuan) and a dignified news reporter (Chen Yu Mi). However, all the clues link back to a story that happened 20 years ago about the rise of a secret evil cult wreaking havoc in Beijing and He Bei. The youngsters must stop the return of the evil cult.
Yes. You read that right, we have a wagon of trailers released yesterday at the press conference for Jiang Jin Fu‘s period drama, Royal Highness (回明之杨凌传), based on the novel written by Yue Guang. The novel follows a modern man who is given a chance to re-live and is sent back through time and landed himself in the Ming Dynasty. Using only his wits, he’s able to rise the rank and befriend the emperor. Friends, enemies, and a house of lovely ladies. What a lucky man. I think this is the premise our male fans would appreciate more than us girls. Lol. However, I have to add that the trailers surprised me in a good way. I expected more comedy from the synopsis but each trailer runs solemnly and wraps the struggles of each character nicely in one brief minute. It’s back on my watch-list now. XD
This sounds like a fun adaptation, except for the skeletal synopsis to Jin Yong’s The Deer and the Cauldron. Royal Highness is the drama adaptation of novel, Back to the Ming Dynasty as a Wang Ye (回到明朝当王爷), featuring a slew of your favorite fresh faces in Jiang Jin Fu (Love Me & Convince Me), Crystal Yuan Bing Yan (The Mystic Nine), Wayne Liu (Who Sleeps My Brother), and Zhang Si Fan (Demon Girl). Our male lead is a lucky man who was supposed to die early in life but is spared by the Hell Emperor after he saved a person and is given three years to live. With his smooth talk with the soldiers in hell, he’s reincarnated back to Ming dynasty into the body of a young scholar – who is neither a great scholar or great fighter. But somehow, he manages to achieve great things in life, becoming a Wang Ye, being best friend with the king, winning wars and building a legacy behind his name, including a long line of beautiful wives.
Yep. Exactly like Wei Xiao Bao – my least favorite hero! What to do? >.<