Trying a new feature since I see fans always asking is this or that drama worth checking out? If you’re watching the new modern vampire drama Can Not Hug You with Xing Zhao Lin and Zhang Yu Xi, let us what you think: the goods and the bads! It begins airing today 11/20.
Where the Lost Ones Go (可惜不是你) is a modern webdrama that’s airing on Hunan Mango TV with Fan Shi Qi (Ice Fantasy) and Song Yan Fei (Hero Dog 3) and follows the OTP’s beautiful, dream-like love that began in college and they thought they could go through thick and thin together but fate has thrown many wrenches. Our hero’s mother has accumulated a debt so large that he leaves the heroine behind without a word and gets embroiled in the justice system, ending up in jail. Not knowing the truth, our heroine falls apart, enduring loneliness and despair, waiting for his return, slowly working towards her dream of becoming a cartoonist. He returns four years later and wants to rekindle but she’s now faced with pressure from another marriage proposal.
Just started my official night shift and it’s so weird on the body. I’m usually a night owl but after working the night hours, I just slumped right into bed without brushing my teeth!! (I did floss.) Lol.
I feel like this is the perfect premise for a Kdrama (skinship alert!), maybe they will remake it next since it’s based on a Korean comics, unTouchable, illustrated by massstar. Can Not Hug You stars Xing Zhao Lin (The Eternal Love) and Zhang Yu Xi (My Little Princess) as the main OTP. Our heroine’s a beautiful modern day vampire who survives by absorbing energy through touching other human beings and he’s the gorgeous germaphobe who just moves in next door. Perfect setup for a modern day rom-com.
Inference Notes (推理笔记) is the drama version of thriller film out not so long ago featuring Chen Dou Ling and Lin Bo Hong. The drama version has Hou Ming Hao, Zhang Zi Feng, and Wang Duo. The story revolves around our students and leading the group is a mathematical genius played by Zhang Zi Feng and Ming Hao takes on the other half of her partner-in-crime status. After receiving a heart transplant, she begins getting entangled in murder mysteries within and around the school, which is the tip of something darker and more sinister – organ trafficking.