The highly anticipated palace drama, Ru Yi’s Royal Love In The Palace (如懿传), adapted from the novel written by Liu Lian Zi, has wrapped up its 87 episode long journey. Kappy wrote a first impressions when the drama started airing in August and since I was following the series, I wanted to see your opinion on the finale last night.
Did you enjoy the show? What did you like or dislike about the series? Throw in your opinions on other elements such as acting, OST, cinematography. I want to know them all.
The trailer looks pretty intense! Who’s the lucky guy in dramaland right now? Zheng Ye Cheng! Wooing An Yue Xi in Let’s Shake It 2 and Janice Wu Qian next week in An Oriental Odyssey (盛唐幻夜)! Both tops the adorable list.
A proper trailer is released and we see Huang Zi Tao exploding with the air of a pompous singer while having the most adorable assistant to put him in his place, played by the lovely Janice Wu Qian. Tao plays an arrogant, unruly idol singer who’s hard to manage and Janice plays his assistant, and it’s her mission to transform his unmanageable personality, correcting his shortcomings and making him a true star. Continue reading →
Yay! Our bubbly girl is back! Wu Qian has just confirmed her lead role in the upcoming modern drama I Don’t Like This World, I Only Like You (我不喜欢这世界，我只喜欢你) based on the short and sweet novel written by Qiao Yi (Joey), where the story is basically her own story with her husband, written in short, interesting anecdotes from the time they meet in school, how they get separated, reunited, and finally married. She’s a bubbly and optimistic person while he’s the cold on the outside (poisonous tongue to boot) and warm in the inside.