I didn’t actually watch Secret of the Three Kingdoms, but Wan Qian‘s Fu Shou is so pretty I just had to include her in my post.
It’s that time of year again, when I collect all my thoughts on the dramas I watched over the past year. I vowed to watch many of the shows in the discarded list because they starred my favourites, conveniently forgetting that good actors cannot always elevate the quality of a drama.
On the other hand, dramas that weren’t initially on my radar ended up becoming the shows I was most invested in, probably because I had zero expectations going in. What are your thoughts on this year’s drama offerings?
Promotional tagline: Heals toothaches, as well as heartaches.
Jin Dong’sThe First Half of My Lifewas rushed into broadcast without any fanfare, but was surprisingly very well-received by the general audience. Mr. Right has found itself in a similar situation – here’s to hoping this drama finds the same nationwide success.
Jiang Shuying plays a hotel lobby manager and Jin Dong’s true love, while Li Naiwen costars as Jin Dong’s business partner. Xin Zhilei plays Jin Dong’s dream girl / first crush and Li Zonghan rounds out the main cast as her ex-husband who is infatuated with the heroine.
Here’s the first trailer for Mr. Right, a 2018 drama starringJin Dong (The First Half of My Life) as a dentist who also dabbles in relationship advice and counselling.
Female lead Jiang Shuying (To Be A Better Man) has a 5 second screen time, but we know from earlier descriptions that she’ll have quite a temper, and will begin a bickering relationship with the dentist-turned-love guru.
恋爱先生 Mr. Right comes from the writers behind last year’s To Be A Better Man, and stars Jin Dong (Surgeons) and Jiang Shuying(variety showDivas Hit the Road) as a bickering couple. Like all rom-coms, they’ll progress from enemies to friends and then lovers.