A lot of dramas began filming this week, here are some with good, decent booting ceremony pictures.
Just a couple of new pieces here and there this past week.
Amy has translated the synopsis: Discus athlete Qi Chun Jiao’s life is met with a series of failures as her career is abruptly put on hold, her confession towards her first love is met with no reply, and the estrangement from her mother. A sudden accidental head injury allows her to transmigrate into the body of Gu Qing Qiao, a pampered daughter from ancient times. She simultaneously falls in love with Duan Yu and his nephew, Duan Shao Yi. Her best male friend Lu Zi Zheng and the team doctor, Ruan Si Qiong have also transmigrated into different identities and their friendships begin again in this alternate universe. In this legendary adventure of exploring the treasures of the “Four Spirits” together, Qi Chun Jiao is able to resolve the knots and hardships she’s gone through while learning about love, and discovering a new direction in life.
Yi Ren looks like a little fairy in her costume and make up here, thank goodness! No more maid look! 😀
Professional Single (我凭本事单身) is an upcoming rom-com starring Song Yi Ren and Deng Chao Yuan and follows the two undergraduates in the Arts department, overcoming various obstacles to reach their artistic goals. From the trailers, looks like both of our leads have aversion to being in a relationship. Lol. Song Yi Ren is keeping up with her records in starring alongside tall male leads, she’s so petite! xD
Some webdramas airing in the next few days ~
Based on the novel written by Zhu Yi, The Best of You In My Mind (全世界最好的你) is a modern romance starring Song Yi Ren and Zhang Yao as the leads. The story follows their childhood well into their adulthood. She’s a blunt girl from a broken family and he’s an arrogant archer, both meeting again in college. He nurses a love for her for years while she remains oblivious to his feelings until that night where she is drunk and her antics prompt her to look at her own feelings differently.
Just another round-up! Happy Weekend!
Getting a season 2 in Cdramaland is very difficult, almost impossible, much less keeping the cast changes to a minimum. Ever Night somehow did that, not without upset fans and sides, but here we are at the premiere of Season 2. Even though I didn’t finish season 1, certain scenes still linger in my mind, which is a sure sign that I will return to finish. Looking forward to see those awesome action sequences again; in the hands of a female director (Yang Yang) no less!