uisceros: (Joseph)
They're totally making a sequel to Meteor Shower (aka mainland China's version of Hana Yori Dango)! Is it odd that I'm totally getting flaily about it? I only saw a few episodes of Meteor Shower with subs (they weren't available for awhile, and then I got to busy to watch stuff, so yeah, it got away from me), but I was really pleasantly surprised by it.

Course, if Meteor Shower 2 is anything like Meteor Garden 2, well, then I want nothing to do with it.

I also randomly pinyin-ized this song: 逆風 (Headwind) - Garden Sister
It's one of my favorite mandopop songs ever, and definitely my favorite from the Tokyo Juliet soundtrack (even more so than 只對你有感覺, which is a adorable Fahrenheit/Hebe song!)

Pinyin lyrics ahead! )

Stupid hard pinyin-ization (which is only hard because keyboards don't normally make tone marks). I don't know why I didn't pick an easier song to do my first pinyin-ization on. It could have been worse. I could have picked this song. (I will never get over the fact that sweet-looking Jason is a total badass in this video... and that Tony totally gets ripped off with this song)
uisceros: (Chen Qiao En in pink)
So obsessed with Harvest Moon it's not even funny. Damn video games, making me ignore other media! Anyone else play it?

ramblings about stuff like video games, nails, and suitcases )

So, I heard about this drama the other day. Somehow it escaped my notice. It's called Lucky Days (or 第二回合我愛你, which means, essentially, "The second round of I love you"... in general). It's about the trials of a young couple who recently got married for the wrong reasons (in order to save money), and how that caused their relationship to break down. I assume the drama is going to focus on how they go about finding love again (thus the Chinese title).

I'm, uh, not too excited about it. It's not that is looks bad, just not my style (I like stories that are more about the start of a relationship, rather than the rescue of one). Also, I watch dramas mainly for the casts. I'm not familiar with either of the main actors (Chen Yi Rong, the main actress is an established actor, though she does mostly historicals and wuxia, thus me not having seen her in anything yet).

Though, since Lucky Days is a SETTV drama, I know a good portion of the character actors, including Lin Mei Xiu (who plays the awesome mother character in TONS of twdramas, and the not-so-awesome mother character in True Love 18), Chen Bo Zheng (a great older character actor), and Song Xin Ni (who I think is fabulous, and plays the 姊姊/older sister type very well).

(SETTV is known [to me at least] for using the same actors over and over. To an extent all networks do that, but SETTV does it a LOT. Out of the ten dramas Chen Qiao En has done in Taiwan, eight of them are for SETTV. I wonder if they have some sort of relationship with J-star...)

Anyway, I can't embed it, but a subbed preview is here. For now I'll post this unsubbed one.

(I LOLed during the scene where she's in the hospital, Chen Yi Rong's character is like "I don't have a husband right now", and the nurse is like "lets not get excited, miss". And the Chen Yi Rong's character is all like "我不是小姐, 我是太太!" (She's saying she's not a "Miss", but a "Mrs")... probably not supposed to be that funny, but it was so random, and filled with Mandarin I understand!)

As far as I can tell, it's not subbed yet (or rather, the first episode has been partially subbed on youtube).

Also, CTV pulled a fast one on me, and pushed Down with Love back another week. It will air on 31Jan09, with another behind the scenes airing today. Last week they said the first episode was airing this week... *sigh* I should expect this out of my twdramas already. Things are CONSTANTLY being pushed back.
uisceros: (Sam Wang)
Since I promised Lisa I'd post about it...

Today we went to the Chinese Handicraft Mart to look for gifts (two of my nephews, my niece, my brother, and both my sisters have birthdays around this time), and on the way back I was walking along, minding my business, when I saw a guy on the side of the street. I glanced at him, and, um, noticed he had himself all exposed. Pants were open, parts were hanging out in the air. I kinda just glanced away and kept walking. REALLY ODD. I would expect this of New York City, or Boston, but NOT of Taipei, and distinctly not of that area (around Taida).

Also we were in carrefour today to get pictures taken for our visas (mine came out pretty well, I totally posed), and we saw a dog poop on the floor. Luckily the owner cleaned it up. But I doubt I'll ever get used to the random dogs in food stores here.

I think I'm sick. I hope it's not the flu. All I need is to get H1N1 (though at least my school absences wouldn't be counted. Have I mentioned that Taiwan is freaking obsessed with preventing H1N1?) I've had the flu maybe 4 times in my life. It would just figure if I got it now.

I got a free cell phone charm today. Which brings my total up to five. I obviously have an addiction.

Awesome quote from us I wrote down, but then never posted...
"The only people who know me better than me are God and Rasputin"

ETA: Random Chinese! 我叫美俐. 我是生物學家. 我去台灣學中文. 這是一點兒功課.
uisceros: (Zai Zai in blue)
OMG my peeps, I have a seemingly unending post to write.

It encompasses several days with several major(ish) trips/activities. Plus other random stuff. Because, really, that's just how I work.

First off, I think I'm finally starting to love Taiwan. Sure, it's still 8 millions degrees, and a billion percent humidity, but I feel a TON more comfortable here than before. Took long enough (just over a month! OMG I've been living here a month. Time is passing too quickly!) Still not watching ANYTHING, and still reading far FAR too much POTC fanfic.


SECOND, the stray/wild/domestic animals of our neighborhood:
Cats -> Frodo, Samwise (they chill together, it made sense), Sensei, Autumn Sadie, and Socks
Koi -> Jaws, Supernova, Creamsicle, Sushi, Sashimi, Sesame, Shoyu, and Amos
Lizard -> Mr. Wang (in english, no less)
Cockroach(s) -> 大衛 (Da Wei). Whenever we see him/them, we yell at it "他叫大衛!"
Tadpoles -> They don't have names, really. Maybe they will once they grow into frogs. If Mr. Wang doesn't eat them all first.


THIRD! We had our first Taiwanese language class today. It was pretty awesome. Taiwanese is SO different from Mandarin, more akin to Cantonese in tones (Cantonese has 6/9 tones, Taiwanese has 8). It's very fluid. And nasally, which is fun. Lisa and I are now randomly saying "li beh ki do ui" to each other (你要去哪裡, 'ni yao qu na li' in Mandarin).


On Saturday we took a night time trip to Shilin Night Market )




On the way back to the station we stumbled upon Tian Hou Temple (天后宮), a place I'd been wanting to see. It's so randomly placed, but totally amazing. My first temple visit )


Have I mentioned the popular Taiwanese doll/puppet show? I haven't?! )


Random school stuff! )


GD's new MV Breathe )




Have I mentioned Zai Zai lives in my apartment building? I saw him out for a walk with his mother, and a girl named Zai Mei that he must live with ..... )


October 3rd (I THINK) is the Moon Festival. The school is providing us with vegetarian moon cakes! GLEEEEE! (I soooooo want an ice cream mooncake from Haagen Daez) I'm not sure what we'll be doing, but it'll be awesome.

ALSO September 28th is Confucius' birthday. They have a big thing at the Confucius Temple, but I don't know if we'll go... I want to though. I bet it'll be amazing.


AND I am done. DONE. Despite still have a bunch to say. I swear I've been working on this entry for four hours or so. *sigh*

But one thing before I go... I will leave you with one of Mine and Lisa's randomisms...

"There's a big difference between it not mattering and micropenis"

I'm not even going to explain.
uisceros: (Ji Hoo + violin = ♥)
The internet at our apartment is down. Which sucks, because we're both obsessively addicted to it, and now we just sit around wondering what to do. NOT FUN. Though we did have a rather interesting game of old maid (which neither of us remembers how to play). We're in the school computer lab right now, because going a day without internet is HARD.

The last two days in class we've been learning characters. Thanfully some of them I already know.

The characters I now know how to say, read, and can actually write. Sometimes... )

They're basically introductions, country names, and basic stuff like "you", "I/me", and "good". I actually was already familiar with 17 of them, so that made it easier.

Every week we need to spend 2 hours listening to Mandarin. I totally filled my two hours by watching Summer's Tail again.
uisceros: (Chae Kyung + Yul)
I adore Mandarin class. Right now we're working on pronunciation and learning pinyin and zhuyin. Pronunciation is HARD. I have conquered my initial issues with second tone, but now I'm having issues with fourth tone. Oh well, such is life.

We've been learning all sorts of random vocabulary. I know the words for stuff like: cat (māo, ㄇㄠ), fruit (shuǐ guǒ, ㄕㄨㄟˇ ㄍㄨㄛˇ), and gymnasium (tǐyǜguǎn, ㄊㄧˇㄩˋㄍㄨㄢˇ). I'm not learning zhuyin as much, as I started with pinyin, so it's easier for me.

We have tests basically everyday, which is fine. So far we've been doing really well.

Oh! And my teacher changed my Chinese name (we have to have Chinese names, and we go by them there). It's now 伍美俐. It's pronounced basically the same as my old name (Wǔ Měi Lì). It's funny, responding to a name that isn't really mine.

We haven't done much other than school recently. I personally have been too exhausted. The other day it was really nice out though. Very little humidity, and only the low 90's (which is cool, believe me). I've been neglecting dramas and reading a LOT of Pirates of the Caribbean fic instead. It'll burn out eventually.

I took this picture on Sunday when we went shopping in south Danshui. Mountains. SO pretty.

I'm not even going to talk about poor Jae leaving 2PM. It hurts me a lot, and will for awhile. Jae was the reason I got into 2PM, and now that he's gone, they lose a lot of appeal.
uisceros: (Jerry)
I start my Mandarin classes tomorrow! Me and my books are all set.

My class is at 8am, which means I have to wake up at 6:30am *gag*! Oh well, the price I pay for living outside the city. Speaking of, because of me being sick yesterday, and school orientation today, we're behind in cleaning, so no apartment stuff yet. BUT I did take this picture out the area outside our door.

We live in the building to the right. The door is just out of the frame.

I'll be getting to comment replies tomorrow, as well as hopefully (FINALLY) posting pictures and stories re Taiwan. I've been slacking off across the board though. I haven't emailed my family in forever either. I blame the incessant heat. Yes. I will blame the heat for everything. ;D

Also, Yamapi totally has H1N1 ("swine flu", which I honestly hate to term it, but everyone knows it better as such)! I hope he and Ryo feel better, but it's still kinda funny. Not funny haha, but funny weird. I found out about it from facebook, of all places...
uisceros: (Joe Cheng)
Random -> The lady who plays Qiao En's grandmother in Easy Fortune Happy Life is the same lady who played Ethan's grandmother in Fated to Love You (Tan Ai Zhen).

Everytime she's on screen I squeal and call her Nǎi Nai.

HAHA! OMG I love twdramas! Fu An (Qiao En) and Da Feng (Cheng Long) are stuck in quicksand VERY close to each other, and Fu An is trying to lighten the mood, and is like "I hatched a dove once!", and Da Feng is like "Lust Caution had doves it in..." So then Fu An starts talking about playing the trumpet (which the subs call a woodwind...), and Da Feng is like "So, you know how to blow..."

I love jdramas, but man, I missed blatant sexual inneundo.

Watching this drama has reaquainted me with my love of Mandarin. I keep reading and hearing stuff, and then frantically looking it up (like their names... very contradictory, and interesting to the plot). I've been watching jdramas for so long, I almost forget just how dear to my heart Taiwan is.

Still feeling like crap (I. Hate. My. Coworkers), but I've been trying to be better about getting back to people. Unfortunately there will be delays. I've been extremely tired recently from being worn down by work related shit. Only a month more to go ;D
uisceros: (Sam Wang)
I could not withstand any longer. I promised myself that if I answered 20 comments, I would allow myself an entry. And I finished 20 comments, so yay! ENTRY! It's hard being away from LJ for so long. Thought it was what, like, 2 days? I'm massively addicted.

So quick updates; I started Nobuta wo Produce. I've taken exactly one cap so far;

My thoughts; I like it a lot, though I really don't find Kame attractive at all. Might change, considering I never thought Ming Dao was hot until I watched Prince Turns to Frog. But regardless, I like his character a lot. Hell, I like all the characters. And the mysterious bitchy girl is TOTALLY Toda Erika's character, right?

In other news, I got acceptance letters from the Mandarin training centers at Chinese Culture University, and Fu Jen Catholic University. My third and second choices, respectively. Figures I'm still waiting on Shida, which is my first choice.

Did I ever mention that [livejournal.com profile] sn0tcat is coming with me to Taiwan, which is AWESOME since I won't be alone, and we can be awesome there together, like how we were in Europe! Seriously Lisa; GREATEST FRIEND EVER.

Um, what else... I'm still pretty obsessed with Byakuyako, despite not rewatching any of it. But I still think about it a lot. I always know a drama will be a favorite of mine if I think about it for awhile after I finish. It happened with Coffee Prince, Love Contract, and Hachimitsu to Clover, my three favorite dramas. I need to icon it, because apparently it is NOT a popular jdrama in blogger-land, which makes me sad, because it is THE SHIT.

Speaking of favorites, I made a list of my drama favorites (10 favorite jdramas, 5 favorite twdramas, 3 favorite kdramas), and might post those eventually. Maybe.

But now I need to go. I'll try to answer another 20 comments tonight! Until then I have to go order a laptop (which is harder than it looks... stupid options), and watch some more Nobuta.
uisceros: (Mio)
LOST is awesome. I'm too tired to write more, but wow. I love that show. And I love Ben.

Someone was fired from my group at work today. Which will make my life THAT much more difficult. Because, in general, I kinda dislike my coworkers. Despite that, I AM one of them. But I'm also the closest with my boss. So I'm kinda stuck between them. I liked the guy who got fired well enough, but I also know why she fired him.

Work politics are so confusing, and tiring. It's like being in high school again. You'd think people would grow up. But no. They don't. Sometimes I think I'm the only person who sees it for what it is; a job, not a social network. And I really think they owe more respect to our boss. She's the one we work for, not the best idea to distance her.

Anyway, job-life's going to be difficult for a while.

I was going to watched another episode of Utahime today, but of course the copy I had was corrupted, so I had to download it again.

But I DID get another of my YesAsia shipments, oddly enough the one that shipped last; the TOKIO album. I didn't take pictures yet. It's cute, because I bought the Korean version (it was about half the price as the normal Japanese version), and it came with a booklet of the lyrics translated into Korean. I TOTALLY have a Japanese release Big Bang album where there's a booklet with the lyrics translated into Japanese. Maybe tomorrow I'll finally get one of the other shipments.

I also just downloaded a shitload of ipod applications, including several Chinese character (traditional) / Mandarin ones. And one that shows you pictures of Chinese food. Mmmmm Chinese food. I basically only eat two things (I'm not kidding); soydogs, and Chinese style tofu stir fry.

I should sleep. Maybe.
Oh! Random quick Big Bang stuff. First off, Lollipop was featured on PEREZ HILTON! I kinda love how he's into K-Pop. Link here. Seriously, DO NOT READ THE COMMENTS. Most people are racists assholes, so it's not worth it. But he got it wrong. He said it was 2NE1's single FEATURING Big Bang. It's not. If anything it's Big Bang's single feat 2NE1.

Also, a teaser for the new w-inds / GD song has been released. So exciting! I might preorder after all. But which to get... there are three versions.
uisceros: (Nagase)
I waited a long time for the last episode of My Queen. First I wanted to wait until all parts were subbed. Then viikii wasn't working for me. So I finally watched it, and just, wow. I love that drama so much. It's freaking amazing.

Lucas is probably the most mature, adult drama hero I've ever seen. He does things for Wu Shuang so that she can be happy, even if they take her away from him. He cleared up the misunderstanding between her and Yun Hao, despite knowing that they would get back together. He's not perfect (too perfect is boring), but he's wonderful. Ethan is really a good actor. His confession scene was extremely powerful. I just wanted to hug him.

And Wu Shuang... my favorite drama heroine ever. Right now she's confused, and vulnerable. But she still has the balls to knock some sense into a restaurant manager for treating an employee unfairly. I want to be her so badly. I don't get why everyone hates her, if I were them, I'd be laying flowers at her feet and building a shrine.

I can't wait to see episode 13!!

I have SUCH a girlcrush on Cheryl Yang. She's beautiful. And Wu Shuang is a freaking goddess.
a few more caps )

Btw, I don't know if anyone would know, but Wu Shuang calls her mother "ah bu", but the subtitles say 媽, which would be pronounced "ma". I've never heard this before, and it's confusing me. Is it just some random Taiwan thing I don't know about? Is it Taiwanese? Or maybe Hakka or Hokkien?

I also watched the second episode of Utahime. I like it a lot, but I'm not getting into it yet. Sometimes it takes 4 or 5 episodes for me to really get into a drama. Until that happens, things go relatively slowly.

But whatever. Nagase is beautiful, and I want to have his babies.

His english was amazingly cute, and actually pretty damn good considering. He actually knew the whole song, which was impressive.

Holy crap, this Son Dam Bi / Big Bang remix is GREAT
uisceros: (Joseph)
I'm only 5 minutes into The Seventh Day, but the Cantonese is really screwing me over. Sometimes it sounds close to Mandarin, and I get confused. Plus, you know, the writing is the same, so I keep looking at the Chinese subs, and thinking they're going to pronounce stuff in Mandarin (I do the same thing with Japanese kanji, I read them in Mandarin).

Doesn't help that occasionally they actually DO speak Mandarin.

I know Cantonese is supposed to be more melodic, and flow-ey, but it just sounds really strange to me. I like Mandarin better! :D

Other than the Cantonese (CAAANTONEEESE! *shakes fist*), I'm liking it a lot. This is my first HKDrama, and it's shaping up well. Plus, Kevin Cheng is Hoooooooooot. He looks a lot like Joseph Chang to me, which is nice in many many ways.

Hehehe! One of the characters started talking to another one, and she's like "Oh! You're Taiwanese?!"... That made me unreasonably happy. Yay Taiwan!
uisceros: (Han Kyul)
I'm currently wading through the masses of applications I have to submit very soon.

I'm applying for the Taiwanese government scholarship for Mandarin study. That's the important one, the one that is due by the end of the month. It doesn't determine if I will be going to Taiwan, but it helps.

I'm also applying to a variety of Mandarin learning centers.

My top choice is Fu Jen Catholic University, which has a good program, and might be able to provide a dorm.

I'm also applying to the programs at National Taiwan Normal University (the most well know Mandarin training program), and National Taiwan University.

I'm also going to most likely apply to Aletheia University, Ming Chuan Univsersity, National Chengchi University, and really any program that is in or around Taipei. Several look good, so I'm torn. I have awhile though. The programs don't start until September for fall term, or December for winter term.

Holy crap is the whole thing scary as all hell!
uisceros: (Mike He)
Ohhhhh shit. Excuse me while I FREAK OUT.

Apparently the deadline to apply for the Huayu Enrichment scholarship for studying Mandarin in Taiwan is the end of the month. THE END OF THE MONTH.

I've got to get my ass in gear if I'm going to make that timeline. It's not like it's impossible for me to go there without the scholarship, but hey, if I can save some money...
uisceros: (Hagu-chan)
I'm watching My Queen episode 9 without english subs. Surprisingly, I am able to understand a lot more than I thought I would (not that that's a LOT, per se, but it's something!) Yay Mandarin learnings!

I totally keep stopping the video to look up the Chinese characters...

I can't really understand what happened in this scenes, but Ethan totally just called Ehlo a "Mommy Boy" (yes, that is what the Chinese subtitles said... in english. Confused yet?)

And then he stole Ehlo's clothes.

Holy crap! I CAN READ THIS
Not that's it's a hard sentence, but whatever. ACCOMPLISHMENT!

It says "Do you love Shang Wu Shuang Jie" (Jie = older sister, respectful term)
Pinyin; "Nǐ ài Shàng Wú Shuāng Jiě le ma"

He answers by saying "I don't know", and while I can't READ it, I do understand it when I hear it; "Wǒ bù zhī dào". I'm thinking I should watch stuff without subs more often. I'm surprised how much Mandarin I know already.
uisceros: (My So Called Love)
Wow. [livejournal.com profile] seven_trees, you were right. Shan Wu Shuang has to be the BEST drama heroine I've ever seen. She's so awesome! How can you NOT love a woman who says things like this;

"This is a one-night stand! You've been without love for 6 years, and now you're suddenly at the "one-night stand" stage. You're so awesome." (Talking to herself, btw)

"When I was in elementary school, you were just a small fertilized egg.... A fertilized egg carrying condoms like a grown up."

"Didn't your mom tell you not to go into stranger's houses? Not to mention you're going back so late. Your mom's gonna worry, got it? Does your mom know about you carrying a condom around in your pants? Now go back and wait for your mommy obediently."

She also swears a lot. In English, no less. She's totally my type of person.

Also, Ethan = SEX.

Uhhh... I never knew the Chinese for Sailor Moon was 美少女 (beautiful young girl)... The character for moon (月) isn't even in there. The subs keep saying sailor moon, but I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be literal (beautiful young girl), not sailor moon. (BTW, you would not believe how excited I was when I could read the Chinese subtitles! I've been practicing my Mandarin more recently!)
uisceros: (TOP)
I'm booooored! My work computer doesn't accept Real Alternative, so I can't watch stuff, and I can't very well finish reading Boku wa Imoto ni Koi o Suru (um, not exactly work appropriate). I suppose I could do actual work, but who wants that? (NOTE: I'm actually fairly good at my job, and do spend a LOT of time working, but I hate it and try to avoid it as much as possible)

And my flist is, like, dead right now.

I guess I'll work on #16... not as much fun as Rui Jia was (I'm desperately in love with Rui Jia currently). But hey, more/better quality pictures!

I downloaded/bought a crapload of Mandarin learning apps for my ipod last night. Yay Mandarin! I even found one that actually uses traditional script. Damn simplified is ruining my life!

Oh, speaking of Mandarin, I have the third and fourth tones down pat (especially the third tone). Unfortunately I suck majorly at the second tone. The first tone is okay, I guess.

I learned the Mandarin for "Awesome", which in itself is awesome, because I use that word a TON (it's a Bostonian/Massachusetts thing. We say awesome a lot. Usually in the phrase "wicked awesome"). But yeah, it's this; 很棒 (hěn bàng)
uisceros: (Rain)
Um, my 75 year old aunt just said she shot her wad... I have NO IDEA.

In other, less disturbing news, I downloaded Rain's album, Rainism (the Asian edition). I'm enjoying hearing the same songs sung in four different languages; Korean (obvs), English, Mandarin, and Japanese.

Rain cutely refers to himself as "boku" in the the Japanese version of Rainism, which is hilarious, considering the song.

I like the english versions, because I can actually understand it, but I also REALLY like the Mandarin versions. I just really like Mandarin. Mandarin = awesome. 我愛國語! 加油!
uisceros: (Fahrenheit)
I started watching My Girl tonight, while waiting for Hello My Teacher to download (long story short; My Girl was going to be my next drama, but then [livejournal.com profile] dangermousie told me that Hello My Teacher is like a Korean Gokusen, so naturally I flipped, and needed to watch it ASAP. Unfortunately there are no DDLs for it, so I have to do slooow torrents).

ANYWAY, I can't say I love it yet (I'm not even fully through episode 1), but I adore Yu Rin. She's terribly awesome, with the fake fainting, and the scamming, and speaking THREE languages! Plus, she's QUITE ingenious, the whole thing with the oranges... Awesome. I also love Gong Chan, because OMG he's hot. [livejournal.com profile] princess_dexter, I am also utterly fascinated by his eyebrows. I find myself staring at them while I should be paying attention to the plot...

more on My Girl )

NOW I can say I love it. LOVE it. Lee Dong Wook is wonderfully understated, while Lee Da Hae is wonderfully over the top. Their chemistry so far is lovely, and I can't wait to get into some of the side stories! (Especially the ones where Lee Joon Ki plays squash, and apparently kicks people's asses (according to the preview for episode 2))

When did kdramas start to take over my drama life, I wonder...

Oh, almost forgot, one of the best things, a portion of the first episode was in Mandarin. It was awesome, because I could totally understand some of what they said. Yay Mandarin! I should really spend more time studying my mandarin... I've been lagging quite a bit due to the holiday season.
uisceros: (Default)
OMG I'm so dying. I'm exhausted, bored, and anxious about my freaking final exam that is due TODAY. Stupid class and it's tests.

Not that I don't have work to do. I have plenty. I just totally don't want to do it because I'm so damn tired.

In other news, Mandarin learning is coming along. I'm doing the Pimsleur stuff. I can ask people if they speak english or mandarin (I know the mainland word for mandarin... but I'm sure taiwanese would understand), tell people I'm an american, and stuff like that. Yay!

I'm still watching Hotaru no Hikari. I haven't had much time lately to really see a ton of it, but oh wells. Weekend.

I also updated this thing awhile ago, but forgot to post.

Drama/Anime/Manga List update 21Nov08 )

I added like, 10 new twdramas. As if I need more to watch. At this point, it's kinda like a reference for me, a list of things I'd eventually like to watch.

Oh! Hilariousness!!
Lu Yi is making the EXACT SAME face in both these pictures. It's weird. Maybe they took the stock photo of him to make the drama poster?


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