This is a really heartwarming story about Shi Yi Je (Steven Jiang), a single father who is working as a Professor in the Department of Anthropology and is raising his 8-year-old daughter Yo Yo alone. Fei Sheng Zhe (Hang Zhang) is a college student whom Yi Je meets under some unusual circumstances. The story is about how eventually become a family, while overcoming various obstacles along the way.
I literally have a love-hate relationship with this drama.
I believe this is the first BL series from Laos and it is definitely off to a good start. It is a familiar story though undoubtedly copied from its neighboring country, Thailand.
While battling the current Covid-19 situation, the only thing keeping the fervent BL fans sane, is the continuous onslaught of quality dramas from the Asian Subcontinent.
Karn Kritsanaphan, popularly known by his nickname Jimmy, is a Thai actor and model. Although relatively new to acting in general and the Thai BL scene in particular, he has stolen the hearts of many as Saifah in Why R U the Series released in 2020, a role for which he is best-known within the fandom.
I watched this adorable romance called Once in a Memory; so far two episodes have been released.
We are here with the next edition of our popular weekend feature. Sundays demand cozy afternoons wherein you can enjoy an entertaining movie fiesta.
To tell a raw, emotional, and full story in only three episodes is a fantastic feat.
Brilliant, stunning, and a genuine love story. This is yet another fantastic Vietnamese BL series that more than outshines BL dramas from other countries, even those with legions of fans.
This is a cute, fun, and sweet drama about Mai Hero (Aaron Lai) losing his girlfriend Lan Xi Lan (Patricia Lin). She wants to stay alive, so she could beside her Hero Mai. Lan Xi is given a chance to get Hero to love her, unfortunately she resurrects in Gui Si Ren’s (Yun Lin Jiang) body. Easy right…Welllll not really!