Melodrama Goodbye My Princess releases second trailer

Torturous melo Goodbye My Princess has released a trailer that actually shows the faces of the leads Peng Xiaoran and Chen Xingxu, who play the main protagonists Xiao-Feng and crown prince Li Chengyin (Gu Xiaowu). [Extended Synopsis]

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Wei Qianxiang (Flipped in My Youth) costars as Xiao-Feng’s teacher and Li Chengyin’s cousin Gu Jian, who has an unrequited love for Xiao-Feng.

The 30 episode drama is scheduled to air on Youku some time this year.

14 thoughts on “Melodrama Goodbye My Princess releases second trailer

  1. What is the name of the novel for this drama? Is it in english translation that I can read anywhere?! Much appreciated!

  2. I’m not sure how i feel about this cast XD i just hope they are able to portray the characters correctly and doesnt disappoint the novel.

  3. I don’t know any the actors yet but they look just like dolls! What stunned me so much is her red dress is so amazingly beautiful.

  4. I don’t know either of the two leads (although my first imprssion is the male lead is less-goodlooking than Wei Qianxiang), but te trailer is so pretty and well-produced!

  5. I didn’t expect the characters to look like this but will watch it anyways since the novel wasn’t too bad of a read. I’m not a Stepmom fan either but will give this drama version a chance to impress me lol.

  6. I’m surprised that the episode length is relatively short (even dramas with modern plotlines are usually 40+ episodes). I’ve read the detailed summary and while a lot things happen in the story, I didn’t find it that long so maybe this explains the episode count. Or probably it’s more about hype because Heavy Sweetness and Ash-like Frost is pretty much a short story but it has sixty episodes (!!!) according to

    • It’s currently unknown how many episodes the drama will have exactly – synopses submitted to SARFT have put the episode count anywhere between 30 and 60 episodes. :p

  7. I really appreciate when a drama is around 30 episodes and not dragged up till 50 ones. The trailer shows a potentially intriguing drama, I’ll keep on eye on it

    • I also prefer short episodes drama. Nothing worst than having to drop a series or watching a drag out one.

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