heehee! This is such a cute trailer, encompassing most of the beginning that I have read in the novel, which is a good thing! I’m itching for a dang good romance around here! It’s been so long! Hopefully, we can get a date soon!
First peek at the styling for drama Heavy Sweetness Ash-Like Frost is out! The costumes range from simple colors to gorgeous details, which I think is an attribute to the simplicity of our heroine and the hero’s royal background. Yang Zi is becoming a workaholic now, hopping from one production to the next. Be careful of your health, Missy! Deng Lun is starting to lead more productions so he has to strike while it’s hot. A good thing I adore them together, from past productions to now. Great friends, they are, so it will be a great few months!
Whoopsie, Yang Mi’s kids are falling in love. Reporters just posted pictures of Leon Zhang Yun Long and Faye Wang Yi Fei together on a date in Japan! You have to give it these reporters, managing to capture moments before all the masks and hat to the fully covered face of Yun Long. Wang Yi Fei is as cool as a cucumber, sporting no face mask at all. If you have watched Pretty Li Hui Zhen, you would remember her. 🙂
I know we’re busy with crime-solving dramas at the moment but one highly anticipated palace drama scheduled to be out in 2 weeks is Tang Yan‘s hopeful villainous transformation in Princess Wei Young (锦绣未央), in which she spars against her bubbly two-faced sisters and breaks the hearts of some men on her way to the top. Will she right the wrongs that past villains failed to do? (Kap: She better or else…Lol.)
The Chinese Remake of Korean drama She Was Pretty is now officially called Pretty Li Hui Zhen (漂亮的李慧珍). Aww, I really appreciate the new title because it doesn’t encapsulate her beauty in one phase like the Kdrama did with She WAS Pretty. She was and still is very pretty. I’m not sure they even try but we have to go with their structure of beauty. Dilraba Dilmurat plays our heroine Li Hui Zhen, who had it all when she was younger (beauty and brains), only to grow up to be an average beauty (cue *roll eyes*). When an old friend (Peter Sheng Yi Lun) returns with his good looks, she’s made to feel humbled, asking her best friend to meet him instead. And thus begins a journey of self-discovery. At least, that’s what I hope!