This looks adorable. Since young, our female lead has been bed-ridden sick whenever she forms attachments/falls in love, so she guards her heart protectively. However, to protect her brother in Qing Yun Academy, she disguises her a male student to follow him. There she meets the overbearing and arrogant nobleman who despises marriages due to the many failed relationships, leaving him broken-hearted. Aww. Poor lad.
Guardians of the Tomb (墓王之王) is adapted from the donghua Great King of the Tomb following our quartet in Evan Ma, Ian Yi, Wang Yue Ting, and Sun Lu Lu as they get embroiled in jianghu’s latest chaos – a treasure and a big secret in the royal tombs. I tried watching the anime but was so confused by the names of everything.
This was filmed in 2017 and is now released. Airing 2/25 ~
It’s been harder for me to find Chinese dramas that can sustain my interest for more than a few episodes. Most of the time I tend to prefer the 40+ episode wuxia series with lots of action and drama. But recently it ended up being Well-Intended Love 2 (奈何BOSS要娶我 2) that managed to keep me engaged. It’s cheesy, sweet, silly and just 16 episodes long, but it was fun to watch and kept me entertained these last couple weeks.
And here I thought Season 2 with the same cast automatically means the continuation of the season 1! The trailer for Season 2 was released a few days ago and fans were left surprised (and upset) since season 1 ended with our main couple happily married and expecting their first child. I didn’t watch Well-Intended Love S1 so I have no idea what’s going on. From the trailer, our female lead is a famous actress while our hero is still a big CEO; they both attend an event which ends up being scandalous and when she questions his motives, he announces that they are engaged. Thus, a contract marriage begins!
BUT!! Some eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice that their CEO is wearing a wedding ring! So does this mean….our heroine has amnesia and he’s wooing her back? Or?