• Drama: Master Devil Do Not Kiss Me 2
  • Country: China
  • Episodes: 23
  • Aired: Mar 8, 2017 - Apr 4, 2017
  • Aired On: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Network: QQLive
  • Duration: 25 min.
  • Rating: 13+ - Teens 13 or older


  • Score: 7.5 (scored by 2,592 users)
  • Ranked: #2375
  • Popularity: #726
  • Watchers: 5,012

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Continuing directly from Season 1, Qi Lu and Chu Xia's relationship and school life develop and complicate with new love rivals. When Qi Lu's first love comes back to school, will he return to his first love or start a new whole story? And what will happen when Chu Xia discovers her real identity and her father? Add Synopsis In Portuguese

  • Country: China
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 23
  • Aired: Mar 8, 2017 - Apr 4, 2017
  • Aired On: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Network: QQLive
  • Duration: 25 min.
  • Score: 7.5 (scored by 2,592 users)
  • Ranked: #2375
  • Popularity: #726
  • Rating: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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26 people found this review helpful
Apr 15, 2017
23 of 23 episodes seen
Completed 4
Overall 4.0
Story 3.0
Acting/Cast 7.5
Music 5.0
Rewatch Value 1.5
This review may contain spoilers
It’s been a solid period of time since I decided to allow this confused mess of a drama sink into my nerves, and seeing how the reviews are scarce in number, I thought I’d give potential viewers a rather large piece of my mind.

If you’re here and considering watching this, I’ll assume that you at least somewhat enjoyed the show to which this is a sequel. Master Devil Do Not Kiss Me sits somewhat high on my rom-com list despite being littered with Asian drama tropes (my favorite of which has to be "cohabiting rich guy and poor girl who refuses to take his crap but sometimes takes his crap anyway because dramaland"). It was youthful, cliched, yet endearing.

This sequel, though, was absolutely terrible in comparison.

There are cliches like in the prequel, which the writers delivered as cute and gave you some giggles. And then there are cliches like in this one, which will have you laughing psychotically as you sharpen your metaphorical knives and prepare to hunt down the people who turned the plot into absolute - for lack of a better word - horseshit.

It’s important to compare this sequel with its predecessor because it is a direct continuation from where MDDNKM left off. There are many problems to be resolved, particularly the one where the relationship between the two main characters remains very ambiguous. Yet, frustratingly, the second season never delivers satisfying closure to any of the questions you may have and instead piles on dilemma after dilemma that don’t serve any real purpose other than pissing you off.

If you have disdain for any of the following cliches (contains spoilers; but who’re we kidding, this show isn’t worth watching anyway): lying ex-girlfriends, clingy third wheels latching onto the male and female main characters, a lead couple whose most effective form of communication is giving one another the cold shoulder, ridiculous birth secrets, "the girl you like is actually blood related to you", etc.; ditch this drama now. It’s pathetic how bad this all became. Every single episode of this show became the longest 20 minutes of my life and I just about wished that I would spontaneously have responsibilities to attend to so I’d be put out of the misery of sitting through them.

The acting is okay. I liked the actors way more in the first season; which might have had something to with the characters’ quirks. Some aspects of them were endearing in the first season, but rapidly became extremely annoying in this one. See reference: Qi Lu deciding that every single time Chu Xia gets pissy with him, he’ll call her stupid or some other variation instead of asking “what did I do” like any normal human being would. Gets old when it happens every episode for 20 straight episodes, boy.

Also, I’d like to mention that the editors confused the hell out of me. Why on earth would you play fun, happy background music during a scene in which two antagonists are plotting how to get rid of their rival? Whenever this happened, I half-expected a squirrel to jump out and maul them or something else that would be entertaining, but nope. It would just be a possibly suspenseful scene, ruined by a playful little jingle in the background. It seriously ruins the mood.

In a way, I consider it intelligent that none of this content was included in the first season. The quality falls so short that it’d be a real shame to drag down the fun of the first season with this trash.

tl;dr: did the director hit his head during production and decide to continue being the director?

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Dropped 23/23
18 people found this review helpful
Apr 2, 2017
23 of 23 episodes seen
Dropped 1
Overall 1.5
Story 1.5
Acting/Cast 1.0
Music 3.5
Rewatch Value 1.0
The story so far already had sexism everywhere, yet it was somehow bearable. Then, I started watching the second season and it was... terrible. As a woman I tried to empathize with the female lead feelings and when I did... Damn. I could have killed someone.

The rich male lead is an egoistic bastard who thinks of women as possessions. He doesn't trust Chuxia, not even tries, to be honest. the other characters are all bland and the storyline gets worse as it moves on.

Guys, if you are looking for a show with a male chauvinist lead and nothing but the same old and worn out cliches, this is it.

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