I like the quick teasers this drama dishes out, it’s quite creative. Healing Love (幸福的理由) is Wallace Chung‘s upcoming drama (he has a few up his sleeves waiting to air) with Wang Xiao Chen and Qiao Zhen Yu. On a positive note, this is not adapted from a novel. THANK-YOU! I don’t have to be aware of darn novel spoilers everywhere and can happily enjoy without comparison (so rare). Per the title, Wallace hopes that this drama brings awareness to society when it comes physical disabilities and that people who are less fortunate than others don’t think any less of themselves. That everyone should open up, receive love, and give love, in ways that they feel most comfortable with. 👍👍👍
They have wrapped up filming in China and will move on to Vienna to film the rest. Post production then proceeds for about five months.
I thought this post will never see the light of day. Every time I thought I was done, I turned around and they held a conference, released new pictures and bts videos. Good stuff, but too many news to sort through!
First look at Wallace Chung‘s music-themed drama, Healing Love, is here! Wallace Chung plays a genius musician who has to suddenly face the biggest crisis of his life when he loses his hearing. Suffering from the pain and loss alone, his girlfriend breaks up with him and he returns to his home country to teach instead. There, he meets a warm-hearted speech/language therapist (Wang Xiao Chen) and begins his healing journey. Their love is met with strong opposition from dad and our hero has to fight for his familial acceptance. However, when dad finally accepts, old ex-girlfriend comes back to haunt them (us). Ai ya ya!
The main leading cast is revealed for upcoming music-themed drama, Healing Love(幸福的理由). Beside male lead Wallace Chung, the production team has announced female lead in Wang Xiao Chen (Hu Ge’s Good Time) and our resident dependent second male lead in Qiao Zhen Yu. Dude, why is he always the go-to third wheel?! As reported earlier, the cast will be taking music lessons, with Wallace busying himself with the violin and conductor classes, and the rest is still under wraps.
You know when I write about dramas, I rarely sit down and count them? Until I do and the list is humongous! There are about 20+ chinese dramas set to start filming in the winter of 2016, as you might already notice from the onslaught of press conferences and booting ceremonies this past week. To keep me sane, I have compiled the first batch here. Hee!