• It was all good until the part about Sun Young that started to be confusing. Yoon Tae Yi is the leading actress, right? There are 2 Yoon Tae Yi? So, Park Sun Young, the male lead's mother whose real named was Yoon Tae Yi came from the year 2050, the future. Another Yoon Tae Yi was from the past, who was born in 1989. If there's only 1 Yoon Tae Yi then the male lead is in love with his own mother, who is the female lead. Was the translation right because it was kind of confusing?
  • @angeltien It is not a bad drama. This drama is actually very interesting. Idk why ppl said it's not good. Most if not all of the historical dramas somewhat have similar elements, etc. Li Qin did a really great job leading. I'm not a fan of hers, but I started to like her becuz of this drama.
  • @sabrina I have a feeling it is an error. They may be rich but not that rich.
  • Is the net worth correct? 248 billion yuan is about $34 billion dollar. I think it's 248 million yuan instead? If that is correct, he would be 1 of the world' youngest billionaires.
  • @tomtom It's different for each YouTuber. It really depends on the number of ads. There's this YouTuber Shelby who posts videos about her daily lifestyles. She got about $3k-$5k USD for her 1 million views videos, while her friend who posts videos about tech/computer got over $40k+ USD, just for a single video. That's insane. A YouTuber with less views could make more money than another that has 1 million+ views. I'm not saying this particular actress could make that much, the $25k USD. But that's not like it's impossible considering the audience she has and the online yoga class. If her videos are long as well, that will make more money. Found the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pn23kNb2oUE It's actually interesting watching them compared how much they each earn. He usually has less views than her, but makes a lot too and even more for some videos.
  • OMG, it really is not good. He did ruin the song. I don't speak Chinese, but I can tell he has a kind of thick accent. It's like when I read the pinyin of Chinese. Zhang Bichen did a good job. I don't know why they don't give this to a professional male singer. It's not like China doesn't have one.
  • @niangniang Not Just Chinese celebrities. A lot of those people in the entertainment industry do.
  • She rejected him a few times, and he never gave up. She is not someone far away too but his long time friend. I doubt he didn't do this only a few times. He must have done this so many times already.
  • @orchid123 I don't think it's wrong if the baby is born before or after the parents get married, or even if there's no marriage at all. Marriage is just a ceremony humans created. As long as the 2 parents decided to stay and raise the baby together that is what matter. I do get what you meant though; that's how it was in the past and mostly in the present. Also, society does judge you.
  • @tungamy I was just making an example. I meant "even if". I was typing while having all kind of thoughts in my mind then just clicked post comment. I didn't read through first. :D
  • @msxie0714 No, I didn't mean it like that. I was just making an example.
  • @sabrina Well said! I also think it is wrong of him to hit her but why is everyone automatically siding with her without truly knowing what happened? People tend to side with the woman right away. I have learned that women can be physically abusive too so it is not just the men. Therefore, I try to be neutral instead of automatically condemning the guy in every case of abuse.
  • @sabrina Completely agree that it was Stephano's comments from the DM's that caused the whole thing to explode. The videos were already taken down from weibo, so it was the DM's the made the racism show up the most and cause outrage to Chinese citizens. Resulting in actors/models backing out of attending and then the show being shut down by authorities. I don't think it said anywhere that Reba didn't want to terminate the contract. That night before the show was cancelled her studio already said she wasn't going to the event, and she herself put a post with sentiments about loving your own country. After she finished a meet and greet event that night she already unfollowed D&G and the founders Weibo's before news of contract termination came out the next day. So I think she had a voice in saying she wanted the contract terminated
  • @sabrina What's the source that says Diliraba didn't want to terminate her contract?
  • @jimmyszeto Agree, especially that co-founder Stefano. He probably thought G&D is a big brand so, nothing can affect them. He should be careful of what he says sometimes. A lot of netizens are angry at his comments more than the video though.
  • @littlefish "...using the local tongue makes the local get what brand it’s advertising to?" That is a no no. They broken English guy in the background doesn't make it the local tongue at all. Such a big brand like D&G, how did this ad even make it? They need to do their research and get better marketing. And I believe the IG comments from that co-founder added more fuel to the fire; it's probably what led to the outrage of netizens.
  • @jimmyszeto It doesn't do them any good though if they stay with the brand that disrespected their country and culture publicly. Delireba for example was an endorser for the brand, she had to terminate her contract even though she didn't want to. I agree that many stars weren't genuinely care, but have to blacklist the brand. They were based off from China and their fanbases are mostly Chinese. So, it makes sense.
  • @vhuy @littlefish Agree. People jump to conclusion so soon. I don't agree with him hitting her. But everyone believing her and staying on her side is too soon; at the same time, this is just normal how everyone believes the woman. A similar case like this happened to a Korean idol actor and his career was ruined. At the end, the ex gf was found to be a liar and fabricated the "strong" evidence. At that time, I was going to rage on him, but took a step back. I'm glad I was in the neutral. I wonder how those people feel when they knew the truth.
  • @jayne Does that apply to any circumstance?
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