Download Link for the Theme Songs from Miss Rose by the Lovely Della Ding

The OTP in Miss Rose tangoed their way ever closer together in this week’s episode 7, which means I’m clearly in a very good mood right now. While the tango was adorably awkward and stilted, Cheng Kuan and Si Yi were very much aware of each other’s emotional and physical presence at that moment making the dance totally squeeworthy. The appearance of Si Yi’s ex-boyfriend Tang Yi Jun was as great as I hope for – adding lots of clarity to Si Yi’s emotional scars and letting Cheng Kuan show hand in revealing how he feels about her. To Yi Jun’s question of “What is your relationship with Ms. Luo Si Yi?”, Cheng Kuan’s answer was better than I could have ever hoped for “To me, she is a woman that a man cannot toss aside easily.” Win and win! A not subtle dig at Yi Jun’s treatment of Si Yi in the past, plus a candid declaration of how much he sees her worth. I think MR’s pace has slowed down a bit from its fast click start, but the calm now suits the relationship developments in the story better as the characters are allowed to soak in what’s happening. I’ve also noticed a bunch of new songs being used in the drama, and a quick look at the MR wiki page shows that the ending theme sung by Della Ding is but one of her contributions to this drama. In total there are four songs from her recent album making its way into MR, and I love everyone of them. Bringing you the download link to her album so you can enjoy the songs anytime you need an MR fix.

Click here to download Della Ding’s new album (mediafire zip file) – the download file has the tracks scrambled so you’ll have to match the titles listed below on the official track list to each file and voila!

Tracklist

01. 好难得 (Hao Nan De)[ One in a Thousand] – ending theme for Miss Rose
02. 不是你的错 (Bu Shi Ni De Cuo) [Not Your Fault]
03. 差一步 (Cha Yi Bu) [One Step Short]
04. 野兽 (Ye Shou) [Wild Animal]
05. 一个人不可能 (Yi Ge Ren Bu Ke Neng) [Can't Be Alone]
06. 他还认不认得我 (Ta Hai Ren Bu Ren De Wo) [Does He Still Remember Me?]
07. 我还是一样 (Wo Hai Shi Yi Yang) [I'm Still The Same] – side theme for Miss Rose
08. 奇异果 (Qi Yi Guo) [Kiwi]
09. 偷偷的爱 (Tou Tou De Ai) [Secretly Loving] ft. Yen-J
10. 不够勇敢 (Bu Gou Yong Gan) [Not Brave Enough] – side theme for Miss Rose
11. 倒不如 (Dao Bu Ru) [Might As Well] – side theme for Miss Rose

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Download Link for the Theme Songs from Miss Rose by the Lovely Della Ding — 15 Comments

  1. This epi was awesome.. All of his subtle movements and sayings had lots of meaning. I love the auction part. His declaration that he ‘loves the rose necklace’ and how he tells her ‘he is there’ for her. makes my heart melt. Roy is such a good actor with his facial expressions. I haven’t seen many male actors that has a heart melting glare lol. Agreed with everyone that the tango was really awkward. Cant wait for your recap

  2. Ms. Koala, question – is ‘da yi ma’ means menstral period in Taiwanese slang?

    Oh this ep 7 is good, except their dance is kind of stiff. I like all the dialog exchanges of CK.

  3. I think i worked out why she wears flats in this episode for the dance. At first i was thinking it was a conscious characterisation by the writers, now after seeing the epsiode i think its because Cheng Kuan is about Luo Si Yi’s height and therefore if she put on any heels she would scale over the actor during the dance!

  4. I have mixed feelings about this episode. It was a bit too quick for me to see CHen Kuan be so in love with her all the sudden, to buy her a necklace for that much $, and to say that she is someone he can’t toss aside easily. Remember he still hasn’t resolved the issues that he has with Vivian and he’s already going out getting someone else.
    i guess thats how “dramas” are created…

  5. Hi, was wondering if you can share a download link for Della Ding’s new album again. Really like all her songs.

    Thank you for your help.

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