Take Me To The Moon (帶我去月球) is a film based on the famous song by Chang Yu Sheng, regarded as one of the greatest singers in Mandarin music history and is made to celebrate his 20th death anniversary (1997). Jasper Liu and Vivian Sung lead other actors in a music band and our hero is given a chance to right a wrong of the past through time-travel. In the past, our heroine is the lead singer of the group and harbors dreams of becoming a big star. Seeing his crush’s blooming dream, our hero encourages her to participate in an audition, which has disastrous outcomes. Oh.. Oh…. Oh? Why!
First round of rumored casting is revealed for the new Chinese remake of popular Japanese shōjo manga, Hana Yori Dango (花より男子), following our poor heroine as she fights against the elite group of rich boys known as F4 at a privilege school and falling for two of said boys. Offers are out to Song Wei Long, Vivian Sung, and Huang Jun Jie. I’m sure you recognize those names by now but if you don’t, click more for their pictures! I’m happy it’s Vivian because I’m assured of her acting ability. The boys….well….They are pretty…
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The first two episodes are just a crappy beginning, but afterwards it really does improve! I really did watch until episode 10! >_< lol Thus, I have made the decision to rush the drama recap out to prove it! I could tell that many were vomiting blood previously. (Well I was too lol) This next episode will focus on their first day of gender switching, with many hilarious moments and our first insight into our OTP!
Imagine my excitement when the fluffy first episodes of Proud of Love first came out. I’m usually not into gender switching but I was totally reading the novel translation from hui3r before there was even any drama news and it was pretty comedic – a very light read. I’ve been on drama block for so long, from busyness and other ‘official’ matters it’s been good to have a break 😛 even if it is temporary. A ton of things happen even if the plot line so far does have a lot of loopholes. Yerp. Guess who proposes? And so early into the drama…?
With the ending of Just One Smile Is Very Alluring (Love O2O), I have heard of ya’ll cries for another fluffy drama! Look no more! I wrote about it in April and now we have tons of promos and a release date! Romantic comedy, Proud of Love, is the drama adaptation of Don’t Be So Proud (别那么骄傲), a novel written by Sui Hou Zhu (随侯珠). Our OTP is played by Vivian Sung (Our Times) and Tong Meng Shi (Grade One) in a body-swap comedy between a snappy female dance major and a cold, aloof male student of the University next door. Hijinks ensue when they find themselves trapped in each other’s body after a freak accident during a vacation between their two group of friends. What’s entertaining is the setup: our heroine thoroughly enjoys the swap since she gets to be close to her crush, who dorms with several other guys, including the host body she’s in. HEE. On the other hand, our hero jumps and frets at her every move to take advantage of the situations they are put in. HAHAHA.