Drama Updates: Heavy Sweetness Ash-like Frost, The Journey from Tonight is White, My Huckleberry Friends, Retourner le monde à toi

More trailers and promotional materials left and right. I’m….drama-ful.

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Hu Ge’s Game of Hunting drops new trailer and stills, readies for broadcast

Need more of Hu Ge? Have no fear! He still has one drama left to his list that needs to air! Game of Hunting (猎场) held a press conference yesterday and drops new promos as it prepares for a tentative broadcast in August. The premise follows persistent man Zheng Qiu Dong (Hu Ge) in the finance world as he navigates through pitfalls and failures to rise above and enter the group of elite businessmen, with the help of his girlfriend (Jian Ren Zi) and best friend (Zu Feng). However, after an unfortunate event, Qiu Dong’s business falls apart and he has to start over from the beginning with the help of new alliances.

Like a reunion for all the hot Shu Shu. XD

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Drama-Binging: What Are You Watching? (10)

Been slacking off on these binging posts! Let us know what and how many dramas are your plate! What’s frustratingly bad, messy mess mess, and the ones that get you right in the heart!

I’m only watching three dramas, one of which you know has been taking over 48 hours of my every day. Lol.

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Hu Ge films CF on summer break, on L’Officiel Homme spreads this June

Student Hu Ge is on summer break from his study and has returned to Shanghai briefly to shoot a CF. What’s new? The silver hair he’s sporting! Plus, he’s on L’Officiel Homme cover this June as well. My only beef is….he’s shooting in the summer, why must they put him in a suit for all the shots! Shorts and a tank would suffice! The nerdy glasses can stay. Heee!

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Bulletin Board: Cdramaland & Entertainment News (54)

Playing catchup for the hours we missed! =D

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Drama-Binging: What Are You Watching? (6)

Beauty And The Beast was a let down on my end, didn’t feel the magical sweep of the romance, top-notch graphics and animation though, and I do love the bantering of the various house objects – they, to me, brought magic to the film. On the other hand, Kong: Skull Island was an unexpected enjoyment. I came for Tom Hiddleston but stayed for Kong; what a surprising twist to put us humans as the bad guys. What I also didn’t anticipate was the beauty-and-the-beast element placed at the end. I swooned. Was surprised to see Jing Tian in the movie…..who was absolutely disposable for all points and purposes. Lol. And you know I adore her but here, she was just there.

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