My Pictorial|Poster Faves: Couples Edition

This edition is focused on couples. I included some real couples, but most of the pictures are actors/models that partnered for a photoshoot or starred in a drama together. ENJOY.

(Please note: none of the images are mine, I got them from official websites and social media sites.)

First on my list is Sung Hoon and Chun Woo Hee for W Korea. They are so beautiful. Sung Hoon has that perfect edgy, but clean-cut visuals. img_3179img_3207img_3175


img_3152img_3151img_3153Dilraba Dilmurat and Vengo Gao on the latest posters for Three Lives, Three Worlds, The Pillow Book. I find it so fascinating that the three posters connect through one tree. Isn’t that cool?


img_2790img_2793img_2789Chinese singer Han Geng and his wife Celina Jade shared their romantic wedding pictorial on Weibo. They are so lovely and goofy together.


img_2785img_2784img_2783Kris Wu and Japanese model Koki take the front cover of Marie Clarie China – February Issue. They complement each other well, and they are both stunning individuals.


img_2056Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin are magnetic on-screen. Their chemistry is to die for. I adore this promo shoot they did for Crash Landing On You.


img_3125img_3124Recently released posters for the upcoming Chinese TV series – Find Yourself. It stars Victoria Song and Song Wei Long as leads. I am counting down the hours to its premiere. I have so many dramas to watch, but very little time.😪


img_3142The leads for Dreaming Back to the Qing Dynasty look quite cozy together in their recent cover shoot for Men’s Uno Young! February issue. I think they had great chemistry in the drama, and I will be keeping an eye out for their future projects.


img_2838_originalimg_2837The main casts of the Chinese drama – Ming Dynasty in a New year themed shoot for NEUFMODE Magazine. I need to watch this series, but I have been so busy with school.


7c61fcc9-9890-4d73-a150-5e904f2169c8-1947-000000e499bae16dimg_2673Jin Se Yeon and Kim Min Kyu on the promotional posters for Queen: Love and War. The colours for the traditional attires are so vibrant. I could stare at them for days. Costumes are my major delights when watching historical series.


img_3046This is a poster for the Chinese web movie – The Enchanting Phantom. It is a remake of A Chinese Ghost Story, and it will be available exclusively on Tencent. The details on this poster are insane, and the colours are remarkably captivating. I must find a means to watch this movie.


img_3201A chilling poster for the Chinese drama, Sword Dynasty. The white and blue colours scream elegance. I am tempted to watch the series.


And last on my list is the adorable beauty, Zhao Liying and Feng Shaofeng on H&M’s latest Chinese New Year campaign. They released a lot of pictures, but these are my favourites.img_3196img_3195

Tia Ray – Here For You (為你而來): Song Of The Week

I know this is late, but I have been busy. The song that I stuck on the most this week is “Here For You (為你而來)” by Tia Ray. It is an official soundtrack and opening theme for the Chinese drama, Dreaming Back to the Qing Dynasty. The series stars Wang An Yu and Landi Li as leads. I just started watching it, and I am not sure if I will review it. Even if I do, it might be a brief review. Similar to what I did for Ten Years Late.


Tia Ray seems to be singing a lot of my favourite soundtracks from Chinese dramas. I love her voice. Her singing style for OSTs is profoundly emotional. She just hits you with different levels of feels as the song progresses. At first, when I heard this song, I didn’t know she was the one singing. I am still new to Tia Ray’s sound. This was my statement after finding out – “yea, that makes complete sense. She always gets me teary for no good reason😥😥.” Her voice is beautiful, and it always brings home the message of any song.

The soft instrumental start for “Here For You (為你而來)” is one of my favourite sections of the song. It gently prepares you for a beautiful melody that you will not easily forget. Then the male background vocal is another intriguing aspect of this OST. Although that voice is faint, it works as a great tool that takes the song to a higher note towards the end. Analyzation aside, this is a beautiful song, so I hope you all enjoy listening to it as well.