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  • Drama: HIStory: Obsessed
  • Country: Taiwan
  • Episodes: 4
  • Aired: Feb 28, 2017 - Mar 3, 2017
  • Aired On: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Network: CHOCO TV
  • Duration: 20 min.
  • Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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  • Score: 8.3 (scored by 2,278 users)
  • Ranked: #557
  • Popularity: #810
  • Watchers: 3,729

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HIStory: Obsessed
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Another part of the HIStory webseries follows the story of Shao Yi Chen, a man who dies in an accident involving his boyfriend, Jiang Jing Teng. Shao Yi Chen is reborn and sent back 9 years. To save his future self he avoids Jiang Jing Teng and avoids his feelings for him. Problem is Shao Yi Chen has loved Jiang Jiang Teng for a long time and has written about him in his diary. While destroying the diary, Jiang Jing Teng discovers a few pages. Causing Jiang Jing Teng to become curious about Shao Yi Chen. Will he resist the love of the handsome man Jiang Jing Teng and save his future self, or will he fall for the same man twice and risk his life?

  • Country: Taiwan
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 4
  • Aired: Feb 28, 2017 - Mar 3, 2017
  • Aired On: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Network: CHOCO TV
  • Duration: 20 min.
  • Score: 8.3 (scored by 2,278 users)
  • Ranked: #557
  • Popularity: #810
  • Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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Completed
anchorenomore
20 people found this review helpful
Mar 6, 2017
4 of 4 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 9.0
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 9.0
ON the surface this looks like a typical cliche rebirth story; however, if one looks closely enough and understands the dialogue, you'll be surprised at how sweet and satisfying it truly is. The chemistry between the main actors was also a nice cherry on top to this drama. Often BL dramas are cringe worthy because of the "robotic" like relationship between the characters, but here you have two young men who truly try to convince the audience/viewer that they are attracted to each other and not just on the physical level and that kissing or touching does not make them want to pull away or react in a "I don't want to do this for longer than ten seconds" either.

Overall, it's a good drama. Did not give it a ten because it's too short. Hoping they get a second season.

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Completed
Polaris
9 people found this review helpful
Mar 4, 2017
4 of 4 episodes seen
Completed 1
Overall 8.0
Story 7.5
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 9.0
Storywise, I think this is beautiful and teaches two of the most applicable lessons that everyone ought to practice in keeping a relationship--every bit of honesty and good communication.

Seriously, if they talked out their problems honestly to each other, Shao Yi Chen won't need to go ten years back in his life. Ugh, but that would mean no hot kisses. NOOO! Hahahahaha!

At first, one could see loopholes dropped after every scene, "why's" just add up, and there were no signs for answers at all.

Then, one gets puzzled as to how exactly did Jin Teng end up breaking Yi Chen's heart? But one can have so many speculations that anything would just add more loopholes to that towering pile of loopholes.

Finally, in the most cringe-worthy dialogue delivered by that not-so-wretched-witch pops the single most justifiable reason to this Chinese-style dilemma.

So, loopholes are slowly patched up, "why's" are replaced with "that's why's". Then, one gets treated with the hottest, most enticing eye candy in BL history (so far); tricking the viewer's mind into thinking that this is the best installment among the three because of this particular scene when in fact the real reason is overshadowed, hidden in the open and unnoticed--every bit of honesty and good communication. Tadaaaaa!

Hahaha, sorry, I know that's confusing but it was just so hard for me to make a review on this story without spoiling anything. "Only in ambiguity did one think one can truly express the beauty of this piece of art." LOL!

Oh, and in case you're wondering why I gave 7.5 to the story when I'm gushing about its beauty, it's because the entity of the story itself is very simple (plus, I watched that BL movie "Rebirth" before this so the premise came off a bit mundane). The dialogues and the ACTORS did it for me (with emphasis to the word actors because that witch made me cringe, ugh!)

Kudos to the main actors, their chemistry was really good... no, better... okay, best. If I weren't so biased, I'd say theirs is better than Timmy and Johnny's. But, I have a loyal heart. So, they tied with Singto and Krist at second place. Oh, the acting... both were good, but if I were to choose the better one, I'd say it's Sen Bernard.

The story predominantly follows Shao Yi Cheng's POV, that said, it is easier to catch up with his emotional growth, and Ren You Cheng delivered the progress fairly. On the other hand, Jiang Jin Teng's character had two entirely different characteristics and it's hard to connect how one admirably quiet and mysterious hottie showed on the flashbacks be the same person as the obsessed hottie that can't seem to live without You Cheng. Sen Bernard did not only deliver the dialogue as written on the script, he also revealed that descriptive paragraph that holds the writer's view on destiny and true love. They were very subtle, and those almost unnoticed micro expressions just means so much.

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