Such pretty leads they got for the remake of Korean series Sungkyunkwan Scandal, one of which I really loved because I met the charismatic Yoo Ah In in there! It’s basically a cross-dressed female who enters a renowned academy and meets three very different men there. One look at Ju Jing Yi and one could tell she’s a girl, but this is dramaland and the guys are dim. Lol. Song Wei Long will take the leading male role and Bi Wen Jun and Wang Rui Chang will round out the quartet of troublemakers!
Hey Everyone! Sorry for the wait~ School got a bit hectic, and life kind of got in the way. However, I was finally able to get the time to get screen-caps done! I’m looking to have Episodes 3 and 4 done before the weekend is over, so please stay tuned for that!
This episode : It seems that are leads are finally going to return to the historical world. I wonder how the story is going to progress, as this season seems to be a prequel to Season 1. The quality of this season has definitely improved as they sets and costumes look way nicer~ Anyways, I hope you’re just as excited as I am to find out what’s going to happen next!
The long awaited Season 2 has arrived! Hello! I’m Amy, and I’ll be in charge of recapping this series. I am currently watch the show on Youtube on the channel YoYo Television Series Exclusive (however, Viki is having them subbed too!) Thanks for reading my recaps and I hope you enjoy them~
I did say that I would be releasing all the recaps for the week in the same post, but since my recaps turned out to be way more detailed, they are a lot longer than I expected. I will be splitting the posts into episodes 1 and then 2 and 3 etc (and if future posts are like this, then the 4 episodes will be released in four different posts). The posts get too long, and with the pictures included, and WordPress can’t handle everything! They will still all be up before the next episodes air so do not worry! Again, thanks for taking the time to read them :))
Haii it’s Maknae/Amy here! Just here to let everyone know that I will be recapping this series. I’m planning on releasing them after each week’s episodes has been released, so please await my recaps in the future!
Are you happy and excited about Season 2 of The Eternal Love starring the same cast? This is gold for Chinese TV, it’s very hard to synchronize everyone’s schedule after one season. For some series, a second season could be both good and bad. You want your perfect bow-tied ending but you also don’t want silly plots to materialize and ruin the love you had for the first season. Don’t know what they are planning but they promise plenty of sweet OTP moments ~
Yan Shi Fan (艳势番) is the novel-to-drama adaptation of a novel written by Han Lu. The story takes place at the end of the Qing Dynasty and beginning of the Republic of China, following a bunch of youths in a time of turbulence, power struggles, and nation’s pride. Huang Zi Tao and Jackson Yi play dual lead roles; Huang Zi Tao plays Chong Li Ming, a leader to one of Eight Banners aka elite forces of the Qing military. But his other identity is leader to a special royal organization (assassination group), Yan Shi Fan, which protects the nation. Despite A Yi (Jackson Yi)’s humbling background, he encourages the boy to join. A Yi is described as beautiful, quiet, and cruel, with potentials to become a killing machine. A profound friendship develops among the men (yes there are a group of pretty boys!) as they go through difficulties and challenges, realizing their ideals and desire to protect their homeland, and joining the revolution.
The other boys include Yu Meng Long, and Wang Rui Chang. It’s a male-centric drama so Hu Bing Qing‘s screen time is limited.
It’s a wrap for webdrama The Eternal Love with Xing Zhao Lin and Liang Jie! We will see whether they will truly continue or not with a Season 2. What a more perfect way to end the series with a serenade of their songs. They didn’t release an official soundtrack so this is just my own compilation of the 8 songs, requested by Soo a few weeks ago.