Ruk Woon Wai Jao Chai Kob: Thai Remake of Prince Who Turns To Frog with Vill Wannarot Sonthichai and Son Yuke Songpaisan

Ah, another remake! Prince Turns to Frog was my guilty pleasure watch as a teenager so I’m weary of all remakes. Lol. The cast looks good but since I’m not a lakorn watcher, I don’t recognize any of the cast. XD To refresh your mind, our female comes from a small island and our male lead is your typical businessman who would like to make a resort out of her home. She accidentally runs him over and he loses his memory. They live together for a while and slowly develop feelings for each other. But he is not a single man. His fiancée continues to look for him while his good friend takes care of her (ahem). Once he recovers his memories, what happens to the makeshift family he has formed?

Begins airing today 1/4 ~

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F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers with Tontawan Tantivejakul, Vachirawit Chivaaree, and Jirawat Sutivanisak drops first trailer

Got a wind of this remake from a fan and just wanted to post about it. Yes, yes, yes, an adaptation of Hana Yori Dango has been done to death in the last two decades but it doesn’t look like it will stop anytime soon so let’s just see what’s what of this version. I really do like the vibes the main actress gives off!

Tentative air date is next year…so…. watch this trailer slowly. 🙈

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First Impression: What do you think of the Chinese Remake of Misaeng, Ordinary Glory, with Mark Zhao and Bai Jing Ting?

Have you seen the original Kdrama Misaeng: Incomplete Life, which was based on the webtoon series by Yoon Tae Ho? I haven’t, but it was highly rated when it aired back in 2014! The original story synopsis: Since he was a child, the board game baduk has been everything to Jang Geu-rae. But when he fails at achieving his dream of becoming a professional baduk player, Geu-rae must leave his isolated existence and enter the real world armed with nothing but a high school equivalency exam on his resume. Through an acquaintance’s recommendation, he gets hired as an intern at One International, a large trading company.

There, Geu-rae meets his boss, manager Oh Sang-shik, who’s a workaholic and has a warm personality; fellow intern Ahn Young-yi, who attracts her colleagues’ ire because of her impressive educational credentials and by being extremely competent at any task; and Jang Baek-gi, a geeky co-worker whose anxious nature masks his inner ambition. Geu-rae learns to navigate and adapt to corporate culture, with baduk as his guide. [Wiki]

Began airing 9/4!

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Midsummer is Full of Love with Xu Wei Zhou and Yang Chao Yue is set to air

After being postponed a month ago, the Chinese remake of Kdrama Full HouseMidsummer is Full of Love with Xu Wei Zhou and Yang Chao Yue is set to air today 8/28! The drama follows our independent heroine who lives in a beautiful house constructed by her late father. Unfortunately for her, she has some bad friends and they trick her into thinking she has won a vacation. While she’s on vacation, they sell her house to spoiled brat superstar – our male lead. When she returns, the two are forced to live together, spurring all sorts of hijinks.

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Miss S: Chinese Remake of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries with Ma Yi Li and Gao Wei Guang

Miss S (旗袍美探) is the Chinese remake of Australian TV show Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, which was also based on Kerry Greenwood’s historical mystery novels. It follows the life of a female detective in 1920s Melbourne as she solves crimes and murders, one of which involves the kidnapping and eventual death of her younger sister. I gotta say, I didn’t expect much from the pair but now in their Shanghai glitz and glam outfits, they both look great! Who doesn’t like a female detective with beautiful clothes? 😀

Airing 8/28!

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First Impression: What do you think of In A Class of Her Own with Ju Jing Yi and Song Wei Long?

If it’s not obvious, In A Class of Her Own (云上学堂) is the Chinese remake of a very popular Korean drama Sungkyunkwan Scandal in 2010! I did watch and enjoy the original, the quartet had oozing chemistry, buoyed by solid acting performances.

Let me know what you think of the remake! You get 2 episodes every Thur-Sat. VIP folks get 6 episodes in advance.

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Midsummer is Full of Love: Chinese remake of Full House with Xu Wei Zhou and Yang Chao Yue

Original name is Midsummer is Full of Hearts but it has now been tweaked to Midsummer is Full of Love (仲夏满天心). It’s the Chinese remake of Korean drama Full House starring Xu Wei Zhou and Yang Chao Yue. Ah, Full House, one of the first series that kick-started the Hallyu wave for sure back in 2004, based on the manhwa by Won Soo Yeon, following our independent heroine who lives in a beautiful house constructed by her late father. Unfortunately for her, she has some bad friends and they trick her into thinking she has won a vacation. While she’s on vacation, they sell her house to spoiled brat superstar – our male lead. When she returns, the two are forced to live together, spurring all sorts of hijinks.

Rain and Song Hye Kyo were very adorable together, in my memory. *three bear song plays*

Airing soon ~

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In A Class of Her Own with Ju Jing Yi and Song Wei Long confirms broadcast

If you didn’t know, In A Class of Her Own (云上学堂) is the Chinese remake of a very popular Korean drama Sungkyunkwan Scandal in 2010!

2010! A decade ago… While I was having raccoon eyes studying during college with over 20 credits per semester, I was also nursing a blooming love for Yoo Ah In in the dark corner of my heart, who was all eyes for Park Min Young in the series. What a lucky gal, being surrounded by three very different but equally charming men.

Airing on 7/23! Check out the 3 English-Subbed trailers after the jump!

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