Taiwanese drama "When Love Walked In" releases intro and ending track videos
Taiwanese drama "When Love Walked In" previously released a video trailer, creating anticipation for its broadcast. Now, the intro and ending track video sequences have been revealed. These short, ninety second clips follow in suit of previous dramas with an upbeat intro song and a more emotional, ballad ending track.
The videos give some highlight scenes of the drama, announcing its cute scenes such as one where f(x)'s Victoria sticks her tongue out to Fahrenheit's Calvin or when Super Junior-M's Zhoumi falls while attempting to take a photo with a miniature camera.
However, this drama is not void of tear jerking scenes as Victoria, Zhoumi, and Calvin are often seen with melancholy expressions and watery eyes, looking back on a happy past. The characters' frustrations are shown through fights, undesired splits, and painful attempts to move forward.
The drama will begin airing on GTV on August 9th in Taiwan and China.
Check out the two parts below:
Will you be following this summer romcom "When Love Walked In"?
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