Drama Updates: Spy Hunter, Chinese Misaeng, Eighteen Springs, Let’s Shake It 2, Another Me

This post has been delayed for so long. *_*

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New Stills: In Youth, Zheng Ye Cheng’s An Oriental Odyssey, Jin Yi Zhi Xia, Chen Xiao’s Red Rose, Chen Xiang’s The Mysterious Team

Trying to update just one drama per post is kinda impossible. Bear with me in yet another huge, never-ending post!

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Sweet chemistry between Zhang Yun Long and Qiao Xin in When We Are Still Young

They are tooooo cute!! Our heroine is a simple and kind-hearted girl who joins a public relations company and works under the hero. Since his parents work overseas a lot, our hero craves human affections and is therefore very helpful with other people, hoping to receive warmth in return. However, ever since she joined the company, news leaking becomes a dominant problem, coupled with her complicated background, forcing our reluctant hero and his three good friends to suspect her of being a spy for their competitor. Problems escalate when she has a bond with the other team’s boss too!

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Extended Trailer for Wilber Pan and Xu Lu’s Be With You

Don’t get fooled by the above photo. This is a straight-up melo drama. If wuxia, period, and modern rom-coms don’t fit your bill, here’s a melo for those itching to cry and pull out their hair this January. SAY WHAT? Yep. No breathing room at all. Be With You (不得不爱) is adapted from the novel Every Step Is Wrong, written by Lan Bai Se, the same author behind Loving Never Forgetting with Jerry Yan and Tong Li Ya. Wilber Pan and Xu Lu play our OTP and they are not nice people. *prays to my land lord that our female lead DOES actually inflict damage and pain*

What? EVIL?


I….am. =P

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Bromance rises and falls in Wilber Pan’s Be With You

I cannot do a selfie to save my life, how do ya’ll do it?!!!

Anyway, it’s time to check back with melo drama, Be With You, an adaptation of Every Step Is Wrong, written by Lan Bai Se, the same author behind Loving Never Forgetting with Jerry Yan and Tong Li Ya. I can’t believe the last time I mentioned this series was June of 2015! Time flew and now we’re just waiting for a broadcast date to see a mean CEO Wilber and a broody Xu Lu our for revenge.

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Wilber Pan pairs up with Xu Lu in drama adaptation of Every Step is Wrong

This post has been sitting in my draft folder for months. Lol. I thought I posted it a while back ~ Old age. But yes, another novel-to-drama adaptation. The novel, Every Step Is Wrong, is written by Lan Bai Se, the same author behind Loving Never Forgetting with Jerry Yan and Tong Li Ya. For the drama version, the direct translation is Have To Love, which is coincidentally a song title sang by Wilber Pan, the chosen male lead, but the name Be With You has been printed on various promo materials so I’m sticking with that. I haven’t heard of Wilber since the head injury he sustained for his concert in 2012. His last drama is Endless Love but I’ll always remember him in Miss No Good with Rainie Yang (her screeching voice in the drama…-shivers-). The female lead, Xu Lu, is a face we are familiar with by now; Kimi Qiao’s virtual girlfriend on We Are In Love as well as her recent projects in Singles Villa and The Wife’s Lies.

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Zheng Shuang and Boran Jing duet “Can’t Forget”

3 more days! 3 more days! Love Weaves Through A Millennium begins airing on Sundays and Mondays on Hunan TV. Already these two are in characters with their sweet chemistry onscreen. Will they be the next IT couple of 2015?

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Jerry Yan and Tong Li Ya become parents in Loving, Never Forgetting

Having been shelved for over a year, modern cdrama, Loving, Never Forgetting, has finally been picked up by Zhejiang Television to air on June 23rd, 2014, which is…in one day. heh. I haven’t seen Jerry Yan in forever and the same can be said for Tong Li Ya, who has recently tied the knot (in real life) with Chen Si Cheng. The basic storyline resembles Autumn Concerto. A one-night stand leading to a precious small creation. And yet the father has no idea about the child until 7 years later. He fights for his son’s custody and in the process, begins to fall in love with the mother of his child.

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