Who’s the luckiest girl in dramaland right now? Maggie Jiang! Being romanced by Jin Dong in Mr. Right, and now Wallace Chung and Aaron Yan in Memories of Love. Mr. Right had a solid run with great ratings, which left the hot seat for MOL to do well to maintain that high. It airs 2 episodes every day, except for the weekends, one episode each day.
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Despite not having the youthful look like many other actresses in her age group (which to me is a big PLUS), Maggie Jiang is pretty lucky so far in her acting projects. Here she’s romancing Wallace Chung, with puppy Aaron Yan hanging around loyally, and a rock star dad in Christopher Lee!
The Road to Bid Farewell is filled with Flowers (一路繁花相送) is adapted from the novel of the same name written by Qing Shan Luo Ta, starring Wallace Chung, Maggie Jiang, Aaron Yan, Li Sheng, and Christopher Lee. I know the storyline is typical with youthful love that extends and lingers, reuniting the love birds ten years later, but I’m kinda speechless staring at the stills released so far. The bright colors and the oh-so-pretty cast members with respectable hair and nice clothes.
It’s sooooooooooo pretty… *_____* I could imagine all the click-and-save motion.
Every joint in my body is sore and in pain! Just did an obstacle challenge with a few co-workers (without training for it!) and I’m suffering! Tsk Tsk. Anyway, I really hope the youth section in this modern drama is longer than three episodes because I need to see Liu Shi Shi smiling and looking cute in her braids. She looks so sad grown-up in the stills! Ryan Zheng manages to pull off the Japanese delinquent look and the spiffy suits in his adult years. Precious Youth follows the good old trope of bad-boy-meets-good-girl as they miss the chance to follow through with their youthful romance. Years later, both are now with another person when they meet again and those hidden feelings rise to surface.