My Journey as a 2PM Fan: The Things I’ll Miss the Most

  The sound of wind whistling against metal bars grated my ears, as I sat outside that winter night.  I was again lost in thought; thoughts of many different things. Mostly, and unfortunately at that time, negative.  If it wasn’t for the pleasant distraction I don’t know what those thoughts could

Star Trend Alert: China’s Upcoming Hottest Actor

The seasons have started to shift once again, for some the leaves have started to change colours and for others the flowers are waking up to say hello.  Anticipation for the warmer or colder months arrive, as ‘In the Name of People’ continues to take China by storm; reaching ratings

101 Guide: Becoming a Top Female Star

Whilst the northern half of the planet has gravitated to the inviting warmth of blossoms blooming to welcoming the warmer months of spring, I await the days the individual leaves start changing colours.  With each passing season, a large number of dramas in fluctuate the already competitive market.  The term

Movie Review: Duckweed (Ride the Wind, Break the Waves)

A journey through time, leads to the unravelling of a lifetime of tension, misunderstandings and hatred, between father and son.  As an addition to the many highly anticipated Chinese New Year’s movies, Duckweed announced its release, less than six months after casting news.  With a sparkly cast, for idol actor

Why OneHallyu Blog Has Officially Disassociated with OneHallyu (ft. God Ok Taecyeon)

I was taking a casual stroll through OneHallyu's forums the other day and something of such dire urgency cropped up.  It is exactly the reason, this blog, along with other less important issues that have arisen between the two parties of OneHallyu and OneHallyu Blog, that we have officially announced

Drama Review: Three Lives Three Worlds, Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms

It’s not often that a book receives the preferential treatment of both an upcoming film and movie, like TangQi GongZi’s Three Lives Three Worlds, Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms (三生三世十里桃花).  So the hype and anticipation for both these adaptations would be incomparable to many others to be released in 2017.  With

Artist Spotlight: Liu Shi Shi

Flowers of green, pink, white and blue created the outline of a pathway that would be scattered in the most beautiful imported white petals.  The long trail of a Carven dress, especially customised for her, would follow as she walked down the aisle to officially announce her vowels.  And I,

Original vs. Remake: Bu Bu Jing Xin and Moon Lovers

In 2011, time-traveling dramas became a trend in China, after the releases of Gong and Bu Bu Jing Xin.  Both controversially and arguably based on the same novel by Tong Hua, titled Bu Bu Jing Xin.  When South Korean director Kim Kyu Tae, known for It’s Okay It’s Love and

OH!Press Feature: Throwback Thursday The Dramas of Our Youth

This year's Harper’s Bazaar’s Charity Night took me on a trip down memory lane. With Chinese Paladin Beauties, Liu Shi Shi, Yang Mi, and Liu Yi Fei, in one frame, I knew I wasn’t the only one. On that one night, previous besties Liu Shi Shi and Yang Mi dispersed

A Gathering of Stars: Harper’s Bazaar Charity Night 2016

Friday, September 9 was a long anticipated day for many fans, as their strenuous charity battle came to an end.  Of course the charity aspect is the most important, but there was definitely something or rather someone for everyone to tune in for.  In a gathering of some of the