DRAMAS

Fated to Love You

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Fated to Love You

  • Title: 命中注定我愛你 / Ming Zhong Zhu Ding Wo Ai Ni
  • AKA: Fated to Love You / Sticky Note Girl / Destiny Love
  • Genre: Romance, Comedy, Drama
  • Episodes: 24
  • Broadcast network: TTV / SETTV
  • Broadcast period: 2008-Mar-16 to 2008-Aug-24
  • 43rd Golden Bell Awards: 2008 Best Drama

Taiwan Casts:
Baron Chen, Bianca Bai, Chen Qiao En, Chen Wei Min, Ethan Ruan, Na Wei Xun


Description:

A really unfashionable working class girl Chen Xin Yi has the desire to tie down her handsome boyfriend to be with her. Due to certain reasons, her boyfriend gets her to go on a love cruise and she started to ponder on how to lose her virginity and tie down her boyfriend. Xin Yi ended up getting drunk and went into Ji Cun Xi’s room.

Cun Xi is the sole male heir to his family’s company and has been in love with his girlfriend, Anna, for a long time. He planned to propose to Anna on the boat but she didn’t turn up on the cruise. An island owner added drugs into Cun Xi’s drink and Cun Xi became disorientated and returned to his own room.

The Rose

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therose.jpgThe Rose
薔薇之戀 (蔷薇之恋)
Qiang Wei Zhi Lian

  • Genre: Family, romance
  • Episodes: 26
  • Broadcast network: TTV
  • Broadcast period: 2003
  • Opening theme song: Hua Dou Kai Hao Le by S.H.E
  • Ending theme song: Ye Zi by Ah Sang

Online Info/ ANIMEOTA WRITE-UP:
Bai He is an extremely ordinary young girl in the story. Even though she has a kind-hearted and generous heart, but being short and chubby, she is always being refused by people because she is not attractive enough.

The King and the Clown (Korean)

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kingandtheclown.jpgThe King and the Clown (2005)
왕의 남자
(Wang-eui Nam-ja)
Released: 2005

Animeota Writeup:

The King and the clown is an adaptation of the 2000 Korean play titled "Yi", ("You") about Yeonsangun of Joseon, a Joseon dynasty king who falls in love with a court clown who mocks him.
There are alternative titles of this movie: The King’s Men or The King’s Man (the literal translation of the Korean title to English) and All the King’s Men (working title). In Chinese, the title is "王的男人" or "王和小丑", and in Japanese, it is known as