The 2017 Golden Bell Awards in Taipei Brings Out More Luxury Jewels than Memorable Couture Outfits

This weekend was the 2017 Golden Bell Awards celebrating the best of Taiwanese television programs for the last year. The red carpet unfortunately borrowed more from the glittery primary colors glamour of Korean awards dressing and not from the edgier couture range of C-ent awards red carpets. The big winners were veterans Liu De Kai and Ke Shu Qin for Best Actor and Best Actress, and Best Drama went to the omnibus short drama Q series segment called Close Your Eyes Before It’s Dark which starred Bryan Chang and Jian Shu Man that shares similar genre undertones to White Christmas the K-drama from the synopsis. I was so underwhelmed with the gowns it was the sumptuous diamond necklace on Cheryl Yang‘s neck and the eye-catching diamond earrings danging from Rainie Yang that elevated the fashion styles for the event. Continue reading

Louis Vuitton Event in Seoul Brings Out Top Stars Gong Yoo, Cha Seung Won, and Many More

The high end couture house that is Louis Vuitton hasn’t stage as many celeb filled events in recent months in Seoul but hit a motherlode of top star sightings with this week’s store exhibition opening. Mega popular actor Gong Yoo … Continue reading

TW-drama Rock Records in Love Showcases Famous Songs with Top Taiwanese Actors and Actresses

Taiwan’s cable network PTV is doing a phenomenal sounding drama series of one-episode shorts featuring the the most influential music and acting talent. Starting April 9th, Rock Records in Love premieres with individual episodes all featuring a famous song from … Continue reading

Annie Chen Dons Period Garb in Time-traveling TW-drama Nie Xiaoqian Based on A Chinese Ghost Story

Taiwan doesn’t make period dramas anymore, not since China started churning them out twenty years ago with bigger budgets and the resources for vast location shoots. Many Taiwanese actors and actresses have since done period C-dramas but a few haven’t … Continue reading

The Pretty Faces of SETTV Dramas Playfully Welcome the Holidays for December Spop Magazine

There won’t be any new SETTV drama premiering in Taiwan from here until year end so the network has rolled out its annual Year End Drama Awards which is an audience vote prize that is clearly based on popularity. Other … Continue reading