ok, seeing his kang ge pics make me can't breath #sighhh
how come he's not doing funny gifts anymore?? i miss it hohohooo
he undoubtly has an adorable mischievous face anyone love,,,,,
LXX, i refuse to admit its loverboy, but i have to say he/she is so beautiful hohohoo
Last edited by sophiechoice; 03-09-12 at 12:43 AM.
For those curious, read these blogs for various fangirlings over "Loverboy":
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Looks like he is filming something...a movie?
Last edited by Liu Xiao Xiao; 03-22-12 at 10:57 PM.
That's a mini-movie for Budweiser. Then he's got two modern dramas back-to-back. Updates in English from Mookie's blog here:
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Update from Koala's blog:
Choi Siwon and Yuan Hong Form a Love Triangle with Wang Luo Dan in Upcoming C/TW-drama
Posted on March 24, 2012 by ockoala
Momma say whut? I feel like someone dropped me in a fairy glen and then fed me some acid-laced marshmallows. In what might be a casting trio no human being could possibly have jammed together into one drama, fast-rising and talented C-actress Wang Luo Dan has just been cast in the Hunan TVĎs 2013 new year launching modern C/TW drama opposite Choi Siwon and Yuan Hong. Commence collective jaw drop. Iím not done yet. This drama will be helmed by the PD who did Summerís Desire and Hi, My Sweetheart, and will be written by the scriptwriter of Office Girls, Easy Fortune Happy Life, PS Man, and Zhong Wu Yen. And get this! The drama is called Return to the Past, and reading the synopsis it looks like a complete remake of one of my favorite and guiltiest TVB pleasures back in the late 80s, Cherished Moments with Leon Lai and Kathy Chow. I think I might have the vapors now.
Wang Luo Dan plays Li Ming Yu
At thirty-six she gets into a car accident and her soul returns to her twenty-two year old body. She has a chance to re-do her life again, and she plans to not make the same mistakes this time around! Twenty-two year old Ming Yu lives with her older sister and brother-in-law, and she sees their interaction with each other is exactly how she and Chen Yi are fourteen years later. She vows not to let that future happen.
Choi Siwon plays Song Chen Yi
He can provide a woman romance, but he canít give her bread. Heís a handsome cheerful young man, but in the future heíll turn fat and bald. Right now, this twenty-five year old big boy, can he once again win Ming Yuís heart? His grandma is a seeming know-it-all with a cheerful personality, who keeps trying to bring Ming Yu and Chen Yi together. Based on grandmaís throwaway hints, Ming Yu suspects grandma may be from the future as well.
Yuan Hong plays Yu Qu Hao
From a rich family, heís not interested in inheriting, he wants to build his own business empire. Young, handsome, full of confidence, heís the darling of the commercial world. His considerate attitude is tinged with rebellion, and heís every womanís ideal boyfriend. But in truth, heís not as perfect as he seems. Heís stubborn, wild, hates the shallow world, doesnít socialize well. Until Ming Yu appears, then things start to change. Ming Yu tames this noble wild horse, but will she change her original choice because of this man? His father is a funny guy that is different than the driven Qu Hao. He initially doesnít like Ming Yu, but is slowly touched by her personality and affect on Qu Hao. He eventually totally wants her for a daughter-in-law.
Bei Bei (reportedly Jenny Zhang)
For love, she doesnít hesitate to change herself. In the original time line, Bei Bei and Ming Yu are best friends whose different personalities complete each other. In the alternate time line, Ming Yu as lived a difficult life after choosing Chen Yi the first time around, so she changes into a practical and jaded personality rather than her original romantic and idealistic self. This in turn causes Bei Bei to change her fate. Bei Bei and Min Yu were once BFFs who shared every secret, but in the end, their view on love differs and they gradually drift apartÖÖÖ.
This drama will film for three months, two in Shenzhen, and one in Taiwan. Itís scheduled for broadcast in January 2013, which means this will be Hunan TVís first big drama of next year. Already expectation is slowly building, and I wouldnít be surprised if this thing turns out half way decent. I loved the concept of Cherished Moments, which had Kathy Chow unhappily married to Leon Lai and then she goes back in time and decides to change her future. She does everything possible NOT to end up with Leon again, but fate has something special in store for her. C-netizens have always thought Siwon and my loverboy are facetwins (yup, total resemblance there), and now to have them in one drama blows my mind. Iím sooooooo praying this drama is the frothy and good variety that Sunny Happiness turned out to be. Please drama gods, make it happen!
Last edited by xiaolong; 03-25-12 at 03:45 AM.
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^^Though interesting, but the storyline is somewhat cliche' and seen before? And YH's character sounded like his character in Ad Mania?
I wondered if Brandcore is his new company?
To be fair I think Si Won can look hot, but his personality and acting really kills it for me
But wow, mainland drama acting and kpop colliding. This would totally make him well known to Kpop fangirls though = more popularity.
Anyway, I don't think he will get the girl. I see it as going to route of Peggy Sue Gets Married storyline - the girl will choose her original hubby in the end as 1. no one can escape fate; 2. she rediscovers why she fell for him in the first place. Yup, it's the same old story now in C-drama setting.
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But Yuan Hong's awesome at playing characters with slightly rebellious personalities. I don't understand why he always doesn't get the girl...or gets a badly written romance arc.
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Not too excited about this modern series to be honest...well I mean, modern idol dramas are not my cup of tea anyways.
Also, I'm pretty "meh" about WLD. No offense but she's not really pretty. I always had a good opinion of her despite not seeing her in anything since I heard she has very good acting skills (after all she had to have been picked as one of the "4 dan" for something right), but then I caught a glimpse of her in "Nan Ren Bang" (I was home for the weekend and my parents were watching it--it was very popular in China recently). And I was SO ANNOYED by her character. Maybe it's not her fault (just the character was written annoying, or maybe I happened to catch the annoying scenes) but yeah, now my first impression of her is...not that good.