Golden Bell Awards is the Taiwanese version of the Emmy Awards, it’s the biggest annual television production award ceremony that awards dramas, radio and tv programs. Unlike Korea’s television industry where each TV stations hold their own separate award ceremony, there’s only one award ceremony in Taiwan and that leads to intense competition.
Seems like this will be the start of the battle between Wei-Zhen and Jia-Xin for the “queen of diva” title and maybe for Shu-Yu’s heart… But it’s apparent that Shu-Yu’s heart had gone further from Jia-Xin, he’s a lot more sober after her proposal rejection
Even though I know that the “like” Shu-Yu means is different from what Wei-Zhen is starting to feel for him, I can’t help to feel excited for this new preview. After 7 episodes of camaraderie bonding between our leads, it’s about time for the start of romantic
OMG! What’s happening to Shu-Yu, he’s getting Wei-Zhen’s crazy virus in the latest previews, LOL! I can’t take his afro head seriously and the way he audition ala Wei-Zhen style is just priceless. I’m actually questioning the credibility of this plot development
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
I am kind of busy this week so I won’t post my thoughts on Ep5 yet, I’ll probably do a compilation on thoughts of ep5-6 next week but no promise there. The video previews for ep6 were out a few days ago and the plot is moving in a very nice pace as we see …
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
Hilarious! Chris Wu’s expression is priceless when he’s annoyed by Wei-Zhen’s crazy antics. Judging from the preview, we’ll be getting a lot of fun in Ep3 and Wei-Zhen can’t seem to tone down her hyperactivity.
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
A belated discovery of an underrated drama, it was caught between In A Good Way (我的自由年代) and The Pursuit of Happiness (愛情的生存之道) during the heated Friday dramas competition so most people overlook this, including me. I did have plans to catch up with this someday and fortunately, I was in the mood to marathon it …
A pleasant surprise! I’m honestly not expecting Chris Wu (King Flower) to take up this role and I’m looking fondly at this unexpected pairing, they’ve never crossed my mind but they make a cute couple.