Drama-Binging: What Are You Watching? (1)

Here it is! A feature that many of you have brought up to me since last year. Sorry that I kept delaying it. A drama discussion post for your raving and ranting needs, supported by our mascot, Riku! Don’t know how often I should make this post, since this type of post is effective when you guys interact and voice your opinion, positive or negative, about what you’re watching!

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Dramas to air: Xu Hai Qiao’s Kun Lun Que, Han Xue’s War Flowers, Proud of Love 2

Some dramas I have already discussed, and some I haven’t. Never enough time to cover everything. *roars!*

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Love & Life & Lie with Chen Xiao and Zhou Dong Yu To Air

I’ve got good news! Various news sites have revealed the air date for modern drama, Love & Life & Lie (遇见爱情的利先生), starring Chen Xiao and Zhou Dong Yu to be January 4th! What made it real news is when Chen Xiao’s lovely wifey, Michelle Chen, liked one of the weibo posts. =D Being shelved for two years, everyone can finally rejoice in seeing a lively pairing comes to life. Please be true!

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Bulletin Board: Cdramaland/Entertainment News (47)

Scrolling down the news list, I realize what a professional stalker I have become… Lol.

I divided up the section so it looks more organized! You proud?

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Chen Xiao becomes puppy prince for Zhou Dong Yu in Love & Life & Lie’s first trailer

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The audacity to post trailer and goodies while I’m sleeping production company!

BUT I’m happy to report it’s a sweet trailer, no jarring skip of tones. It’s a straight comedy through and through. And our heroine gives it to the hero good. I’m sure we still have plenty of time for *the* melo trailer to come out (modern CX crying?) but for now, I’m liking what I see!

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Chen Xiao and Zhou Dong Yu cross into modern dramas with Love & Life & Lie

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Formerly known as The Glass Slipper, Love & Life & Lie stars popular period actor, Chen Xiao, and new film darling, Zhou Dong Yu, in their first modern drama. Yep! I like this pairing. He looks like an ancient vampire while she’s the kind sweetheart from his childhood. If you remember, they were paired up together in The Palace, while Chen’s beloved leading lady, Zhao Li Ying, played the scheming palace maid who rose and fell from power just as quickly.

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