Heartbeat Love is a miniseries that chronicles the love story between two travellers, Li Wei Cheng and Yang Xiao Yu, who happen to share a hotel room in Australia by accident. Yang Xiao Yu initially mistakes Li Wei Cheng for being gay, but eventually discovers that he is straight, resulting in a very angry Yang Xiao Yu! However, through the whole trip, the two of them grow close and end up confiding their innermost thoughts and emotions to each other. Edit Translation
So this short drama seems to be produced by Tourism Australia? that means they show a lot of nice views and everyone is really nice. I guess they want to attract some more asian tourists? haha :D Also there is a lot of other companies funding, like lays chips, so it's like a commercial movie.^^°
beside that fact the story is nice with lots of emotions, also a lot to laugh about and some surprises. even if it's short I think it's a good package.
I really loved Show's and Rainie's acting. They really fit together and somehow this time they seemed more mature to me.(but that's maybe because 'Hi my sweetheart' is just too crazy and childish at times.)
The title song 'Wang jian Wang' is very catchy and I already loved it after the first episode. The music video is so cute and funny!
Overall it's a great drama and good to rewatch because it's so short. :D
Only thing is, I don't know if you can watch it with subs. I watched it in chinese on showluo official youtube channel. maybe there is also people uploading subbed videos in youtube?
While the story is cliche in all aspects, it has a certain charm to it. Rainie and Show both played their parts very well. I loved their chemistry and they were fun to watch together. I would say the last episode was a bit cheesy for my taste but the rest of it was fine. I particularly liked Rainie Yang. I've never been a fan of hers before but she seems quite different from her 'Devil Beside You' days. I liked her acting as well. Show also looked hot in this.
Anyway- if nothing, this show is worth watching just for the amazing camera work. I have to say whosoever the director was did a great job of it. He actually made me want to visit Australia. I think mentioning this is relevant since this movie seemed like a big promotion for Australian tourism. LOL.
Worth a watch and maybe some time in the future, a rewatch. Definitely recommended for Rainie and Show fans!