Lego Lee and Nikki Hsieh Reunite for 2018 Romance TW-dama Meet Me @ 2006

I’m so excited for a new TW-drama to look forward to, and while the industry has many new faces I’m forever partial to the familiar ones that I’ve loved for the last decade. A fave pairing of mine is reuniting and it feels so good – Lego Lee and Nikki Hsieh are back together for upcoming romance Taiwan drama Meet Me @ 1006 (Chinese title The Resident of Room 1006), and they seem to have an affinity for the @ in their drama titles as their first pairing was the flawed but adorable Love @ Seventeen.

He plays an arrogant successful lawyer who has never lost a case until he loses one big time and with it goes his career, so he ends up moving into a strange apartment complex in room 1006 and encounters a mysterious girl in his unit. The supporting cast includes Aggie Hsieh and recently married Kun Da, who was asked at the press conference about newlywed life with wife Alice Ke. The drama premieres in March 2018 and I can’t wait, and apparently the only reason Nikki and Lego accepted their drama was hearing the other was cast so clearly they loved working together on Love @ Seventeen as much as I loved watching them as an onscreen couple.


Lego Lee and Nikki Hsieh Reunite for 2018 Romance TW-dama Meet Me @ 2006 — 8 Comments

  1. Why does Nikki look like she hasn’t slept in days? Anyway haven’t seen their previous project but this one sounds interesting.

  2. I have now seen four episodes of this drama and while I liked it at first, I have since started to have my doubts. The female lead is super stupid and annoying. I do not get if we are supposed to find her idiocy and knee-jerk reactions charming or what, but she just irritates me beyond belief. Most of the other characters seem poorly written or merely caricatures. I am not new to asian dramas by any means, but this one just seems to lack something that most of the Kdramas I watch do not.

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