For the month of October and November, the majority of the dramas that I will be talking about have already started airing.
At this moment, I currently don’t have any dramas that I look forward to. However, that’s not to say that I am not addicted to any drama. I started to watch Yunge from the Desert when it started airing in september and I was instantly hooked. Continue reading
On July 22, Tiffany Tang’s new drama “Diamond Lover” started airing and has earned her countless praises for her new look.
The highly anticipated movie “You Are My Sunshine” moves up its released date by a day to April 30. I don’t know what difference that would make but they better released the movie soon because I am getting bored out with their lackluster MVs.
It’s funny because I loved all their posters that has been released thus far and their posters have been attracting me to watch the movie but their MV seem to be having the opposite effect on me.
Check out their newly released character posters Continue reading
I wasn’t planning on watching this since I don’t like omnibus dramas. However after watching the trailers, it seemed to be quite comedic, leaning towards the realistic side, and is a bit sexual. If I don’t have anything to watch, I think it would be quite refreshing to watch this however there are so much dramas that are coming up in April and May that I had planned to watch, so I will pass on this one. Continue reading
As if the star studded lineup for the new drama “The Producer” with IU, Kim Soo Hyun, Chae Tae Hyung, and Gong Hyo Jin wasn’t enough, they have recently added Kim Jong Kook to the cast.
So they recently released character posters of the movie “You Are My Sunshine” which is the remake of the novel “Silent Separation”. The drama adaption for the novel was a mega hit, skyrocketing the male lead, Wallace Chung, into new heights of his career. I predict the movie adaption to be just as popular. Continue reading
So TVB released two dramas-“Eye In The Sky” headlined by Kevin Cheng, Ruco Chan, and Tavia Yeung and “Young Charioteers” headlined by Him Law, Sammy Sum and Sisley Choi- on the same night two weeks ago.
I chose to watch “Eye In The Sky” over “Young Charioteers” because of the stellar cast and the action/thriller genre seemed to interest me more. I did catch a glimpse of some scenes from “Young Charioteers” when I saw my parents watching it and it did look kinda nice, gaving me a warm sunny light-hearted feel. Continue reading