When their parents get married and leave for a long honeymoon, superstar Cheng Qing moves in with his new stepbrother Feng He. With Meng Meng, his fujoshi best friend, starts dreaming of the perfect BL fanfic, she tries to push the two together. Will Feng He be able to stay away from his brother?
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This was the first ever Taiwanese web series I've seen and let me just say that I thoroughly enjoyed it. The plot was a pretty basic one for the boys love genre, which was step brothers falling in love. Although the plot was quite basic, it sure as hell did entertain me. It just added so many cute elements that I had to keep watching and I'd scream every time a new episode was translated. The actors weren't bad at all for a web series. Their acting was very natural unlike some bl dramas where the acting would start off super awkward. The music was nice in my opinion and they did a great job with it fitting the mood of a certain scene. I would definitely watch this series again, especially as a pick me upper. My only complaint is that it was super short and I wish that they made these episodes a bit longer. Overall, this series made it on my favorites list and if you're a die hard fujoshi like me, I really recommend it.
P.S. I heard that the officials of the web series are going to try their best to have a second season for the series because they got so many requests from the fans. *crosses fingers*
Before her, Love Sick's Pang was my favorite fujoshi in a drama. I must give thanks to HiStory for introducing Meng Meng to the world. I won't actually do what she did, but I can just feel her when she was shipping those boys, and the satisfaction in witnessing that ship sailing. Sorry, but for me, the story was simple and made colorful by that rotten girl, her extreme imagination, and meddling attitude.
Nahhh... everything written above is unreliable. I'm just a BL fangirl, excited by another BL fangirl on screen. Hahaha!
If I were to be critical, I'd say that the premise has been re-used sooooo many times before, thus slightly deflating my bubble of excitement towards the drama. I love all three stories, but I have to say this garners least love, and yes, even though "least" and "love" don't make sense together, I'd put them next to each other just because I love this part of the trilogy as well, not as much as I love the other two, but I love it all the same, and "like" won't be enough to describe my fondness towards every story in this series.
Sorry, but there are just people like me who naturally complicates even the simplest of things.