Yes…. I have come to the dreaded tw-drama slump, which explains why my blog have been pretty quiet over the past 2-3 weeks and I stopped reviewing tw-dramas for quite some time because I haven’t found Advertisements
As the love triangle in Pleasantly Surprised (喜歡. 一個人) heats up, Jasper Liu, Puff Kuo and Jolin Chien freshen up the
Been too lazy to write drama reviews lately but I’ll always be in time to at least write up a first impression post on dramas I’ve watched. I was getting very hyped up by the string of awesome teaser releases and I am relieved to say that the pilot
How far is the distance between reality and aspirations? In this episode, we dabble further into the lives of people in the isolated small village of Yi Lan and it turns out that the peaceful village is not
Lovestore At The Corner (巷弄裡的那家書店) has been a great ride so far, there’s really not many Taiwanese dramas that can be this contemplative, complex and intriguing, I could only count
One of the most highly anticipated dramas, You Light Up My Star (你照亮我的星球) has finally premiered last night. It generated a pretty good amount of buzz with all the promotions, star-studded cast
Finally, my recent most anticipated Tw-drama Pleasantly Surprised (喜歡. 一個人), previously titled as Love Myself or You premiered last Friday. It’s off to a decent start, rating 1.15, placing itself at second place among Friday dramas, trailing behind
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I’m lazy, I admit but I’m always a hardworking girl when it comes to watching dramas and variety shows, heh! I watch quite a diverse range of things, from
Ep5-6 deals with the aftermath of the fallout between the brothers. Li-Da had been concealing his frustrations, dissatisfaction and jealousy towards Shu-Yu for so long that they’re left growing, manifesting inside him without an opening for him to drain all those negative emotions. Finally, he can’t hold them in any longer and the burst out
Lovestore at the corner (巷弄裡的那家書店) is an intriguing drama with a touch of thoughtful, somber and mysterious tone in it. I was a bit concerned whether the drama’s extensive use of quotes from famous books
The conflict escalates as Jia-Xin begins to question Shu-Yu’s growing concern over Wei-Zhen and the brothers fall apart due to growing differences.
Ep3 was fun even though Wei-Zhen really overdid her reactions, it’s aggravating at times when she’s being so cartoonish over everything and her shriek is super
The second episode is a lot more exciting than the pilot episode as they introduce the first conflict and our hero, Shu-Yu finds himself standing in front of an intersection, he’s forced to choose between his moral ethics and his love towards his girlfriend.
I see a ray of hope in the deadly boring line-up of the currently airing Sunday dramas. The pilot episode records a decent 0.61 ratings, I’ll say it’s decent because