Since both dramas have the word Princess in it, let me go ahead and merge them together. Took some time but the songs are now compiled neatly! This is my pathetic attempt at spazzing about this week’s episodes. 😀
NOPE! Happy Birthday to Luo Jin! It’s his birthday but he’s marrying a witch! LOL.
The naive Qing Shuo lands herself in trouble, one after another, as she makes her way back to her beloved, even though she doesn’t know it yet. Already there is a lot of confusion on her side, and angst on his, as they struggle with feelings that feel like dejavu.
With all the responsibility of being the keeper of coveted treasures off her shoulder and memories of a first love forgotten, Qing Shuo is now an entirely blank slate. She may have lost her memories, but seems like she lost a bit of her mind as well.
Bring out the confetti, the show is finally here! The spin-off, re-telling of the famous Prince of Lan Ling will focus on the princess instead and promises an epic romance with the two men who want her heart. We will see if they deliver.
I decided to revive this old post (when we were fooled into thinking it would air 2 years ago.) The comments section is hilarious and I want to share it with you guys once again. =D I saw a lot of familiar names and shed a tear knowing that some of you guys are still hanging around this ship. Thank-you. ❤
We are almost there guys!! Finally some good news for us! The highly anticipated drama, Princess of Lan Ling (兰陵王妃), adapted from the novel written by Yang Qian Zi, is scheduled to premiere online at Mango TV on September 29th October, having been bought by Hunan and shelved till now (4 years?). With that, I’m sad to share the news that one of the cast members is no longer with us in this world. I wasn’t able to share the news back then, but she’s remembered fondly by the cast and friends and deserves a spot in your heart for her courageous fight against cancer.
Remember how much we hated the second lead girl in King of Lan Ling? Well, well, well. Looks like it’s gonna be ugly this time as well because the stills suggest that our Prince (Andy Chen) does return her feelings… O_O!! While Yu Wen Yong (Guan Ying Peng) continues to capture hearts with his dangerous push-and-pull ways.
In contrary to the other posts, this time, I won’t ask for it to air so soon. 😉