I Will Find You a Better Home 安家/卖房子的人 borrows the character setups of Japanese drama Your Home is My Business, and stars Sun Li as a real-estate agent who never fails to sell a house. The 53 episode drama costars Luo Jin, Zhang Meng and Wang Zijian, and airs daily on Dragon TV/Beijing TV beginning tonight.(more…)
I’ve got so much to say about Royal Nirvana I just couldn’t wait until the halfway mark, so here I am with a first impressions post (Episodes 1-11).
Royal Nirvana is a poignant drama that is anchored by a group of wonderful actors and an equally good screenwriter in Liangman Xueyuan, who is also the original author. The tragic relationship between the emperor (Huang Zhizhong) and his estranged son the crown prince Xiao Dingquan (Luo Jin) forms the core of the story, and sets the tone for the entire drama.(more…)
Political intrigue-romance drama Royal Nirvana revolves around an unfavoured prince’s (Luo Jin) struggles against a corrupt government and a heartless father. Li Yitong costars as a former noble lady intent on avenging her family who ends up falling in love with the prince instead. [Extended Synopsis]
Theme song by Jin Zhiwen(more…)
Upcoming historical drama Royal Nirvana 鹤唳华亭 stars Luo Jin (The Way We Were) as an unfavoured prince of Southern Qi and Li Yitong (Bloody Romance) as his love interest. The ~60 episode drama will be premiering on Youku soon.(more…)
Your Home Is My Business 卖房子的人 is loosely based on the Japanese drama of the same name and stars Sun Li as Fang Sijin, a real estate agent manager who has her own creative way of selling properties. The story begins in earnest when the heroine is sent to help save a failing real estate office branch managed by Xu Wenchang (Luo Jin).
Tang Yan announced her marriage to Luo Jin on Weibo with the caption “I am the bride”, while he posted “I am the groom.”
Marriage celebrations began in Vienna last night, and a private ceremony will be held today. Congratulations to the happy couple!
More wedding photos below the cut.
Starring Tang Yan and Luo Jin, The Way We Were focuses on Chinese students studying abroad at Stanford, and the struggles they face in a foreign environment.
There’s also an anti-corruption subplot, as the male lead’s father, played by veteran Wang Zhiwen, is a shady politician who engages in criminal activity with a corrupt businessman (Zhang Xilin). The heroine’s father successfully brings him to court, and the heroine is summoned as a key witness. The 50 episode drama begins airing tonight.
Theme song: Not Forgetting For A Moment by Tian Yuan
Drama costars turned real-life couple Tang Yan and Luo Jin are confirmed for The Way We Were 归去来, a drama revolving around the life of exchange students. This will be their fourth collaboration after A Beauty in Troubled Times, Agent X and The Princess Weiyoung.