Tan Song Yun to break more hearts in Dear Mayang Street with Xu Wei Zhou and Niu Jun Feng

Dear Ma Yang Street (亲爱的麻洋街) is gonna be the next big hit among modern cdramas this year? Gotta say, it’s been a lovely year for modern dramas. The trailers are nostalgic, charming, and full of colorful characters. Dear Ma Yang Street follows a group of youths and their families who grew up on the vibrant Mayang street, their ups and downs of youth and adulthood. Our heroine likes troublemaker (Xu Wei Zhou) but the new neighbor (Niu Jun Feng) next door also has a crush on her at first sight. The constant arguments break up the lovebirds and it’s the second lead who stays by her side as she studies in law school, assumes responsibility over her family, and eventually becomes a lawyer. And this is when the other bird returns into the picture. Uh Oh! I have a feeling Niu Jun Feng might be the one breaking hearts here….

Airing 10/22!

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First Stills of Jin Xin Si Yu with Wallace Chung and Tan Song Yun

Jin Xin Si Yu (锦心似玉) is based on the novel written by Zhi Zhi. The story takes place during the Ming Dynasty and follows our heroine as she rises from a lowly concubine’s daughter and enters a marriage with our hero – a general. She is a highly intelligent young maiden who is restrained in exhibiting her wisdom. Once in her new husband’s home, though she’s pressured by the complicated relationships and distrust, she uses her kindness and intelligence to win people’s respect. She helps her husband devise plans to oust the corrupt officials and defend their land from foreign invasions.

Filming has wrapped. Storyline reminds me of The Story of Ming Lan.

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First Impression: What do you think of Go Ahead with Tan Song Yun, Song Wei Long, and Zhang Xin Cheng?

Go Ahead (以家人之名) follows the heart-warming story of a makeshift family of three non-biological siblings in Tan Song Yun, Song Wei Long, and Zhang Xin Cheng, raised by two fathers, Tu Song Yan and Zhang Xi Lin. Because of their troubled childhood, the now adults must find a way to overcome their insecurities and psychological problems to become helpful members of society.

Begins airing today 8/10! Weee ~

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Tan Song Yun, Song Wei Long, and Zhang Xin Cheng form makeshift family in Go Ahead

Go Ahead (以家人之名) follows the heart-warming story of a makeshift family of three non-biological siblings in Tan Song Yun, Song Wei Long, and Zhang Xin Cheng, raised by two fathers, Tu Song Yan and Zhang Xi Lin. Because of their troubled childhood, the now adults must find a way to overcome their insecurities and psychological problems to become helpful members of society.

This and Dating in The Kitchen are the few modern dramas I’m looking forward in a while! GAH! I just love the topic of makeshift family! Airing soon, might be in a few days. 😉

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First Peek of Jin Xin Si Yu with Wallace Chung and Tan Song Yun

Jin Xin Si Yu (锦心似玉) is based on the novel written by Zhi Zhi. The story takes place during the Ming Dynasty and follows our heroine as she rises from a lowly concubine’s daughter and enters a marriage with our hero – a general, to save his family from a crisis. She is a highly intelligent young maiden who is restrained in exhibiting her wisdom. Once in her new husband’s home, though she’s pressured by the complicated relationships and distrust, she uses her kindness and intelligence to win people’s respect and help her husband in devising plans to oust the corrupt officials and in defending the land from foreign invasions.

I can get behind this couple. The age difference helps in this case, he’s a general so being older is okay. The story sounds typical so it’s up to the characters to make it vibrant for us!

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Cdrama Updates: Sisyphus, The Eight, The Murder in Kairotei, My Girl, Symphony’s Romance

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The Eight with Ou Hao, Tan Song Yun, and Wang Zi Xuan releases new trailer

The Eight (民初奇人传) is an iQiyi original webdrama produced by film director Chen Kai Ge. It follows our hero, played by Oho Ou Hao, as he tumbles into the underbelly of the criminal world while trying to save China’s independence against external forces. The title The Eight represents different martial artists of jianghu in charge of guarding an ancient treasure.

Love how different Tan Song Yun looks in her character!
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Friday Photoshoots: Yang Mi, Zhu Yi Long, Tan Song Yun, Ma Si Chun

Happy Friday! I hope everyone is doing well in this unprecedented period. My mom is becoming a professional chef at home with her best friend, youtube. Every day, it’s ma and her four little 🐖🐖🐖🐖 + 🐷 (pa)

Scroll all the way down for an upcoming group streaming activity of a very popular drama!

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