5 BEST CHINESE DRAMA FOR BEGINNERS | ROMANTIC COMEDIES CDRAMA
Dramas from China have been expanding their genres, ranging from feel-good romance and enthralling historical adventures, to suspenseful thrillers. These dramas showcase charismatic stars in compelling stories with gorgeous costumes and cinematography. If you are new to the Asian drama scene, or if you've been wondering about which dramas to try, here are a few suggestions from our most popular offerings.
Two college students fall for each other on campus, but unbeknownst to them, their avatars in an online game’s virtual world already have married each other. You’ll also get to meet two of China’s top rising young actors: Yang Yang and Zheng Shuang.
BOSS AND ME
The drama is about the romance between Xue Shan Shan, a young office lady and her boss Feng Teng. One night, Shan Shan got an urgent call from hospital. She was asked to give Feng Yue, her boss’s younger sister, a blood transfusion. To show his gratitude, Feng Teng offered lunch for Shan Shan every day. Shan Shan and Feng Teng’s relationship got closer and closer…
ODE TO JOY
Circumstances intervene and allow five women with different personalities, professions, and disparate backgrounds to become friends. Watch how they help one another solve problems, learn from mistakes, and find the strength to fulfill dreams in love and life.
A modern girl wakes up in the body of an aristocratic lady in the Qing dynasty. She falls in love with not one, but two of the most important princes during that era. Will her romance with the princes affect history? Will she ever return to the 21st century?
TEN MILES OF PEACH BLOSSOMS
Also known as “Eternal Love,” the original Chinese title literally means “Three Lives Three Loves Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms.” You simply can’t get a love that lasts a longer time than the one between the High Goddess White Fox Princess Bai Qian and the Celestial Crown Prince Ye Hua (played by international star Mark Chao).