Darren Wang and Jelly Lin Kiss 4 Times in “Fall in Love at First Kiss” New Trailer

By on January 4, 2019 in Movies, NEWS

Darren Wang and Jelly Lin Kiss 4 Times in “Fall in Love at First Kiss” New Trailer

Starring Darren Wang (王大陸) and Jelly Lin Yun (林允), the first trailer of the romantic film Fall in Love at First Kiss <一吻定情> dropped on January 3rd, showcasing the youthful and playful sides of the leads.

Fall in Love at First Kiss is adapted from the Japanese manga series Itazura na Kiss, which was adapted into the popular 2005 Taiwanese television drama It Started with a Kiss <惡作劇之吻>. Fall in Love at First Kiss is directed by Frankie Chen (陳玉珊), who helmed the award-winning Our Times <我的少女時代>, which also starred Darren Wang.

First published in 1990, Itazura na Kiss has had 8 live-action adaptations, including South Korea’s Playful Kiss in 2010 and Japan’s Mischievous Kiss in 2013. Fall in Love at First Kiss is the manga’s fourth film adaptation.

Fall in Love at First Kiss will premiere on Valentine’s Day 2019.

Check out the trailer below!

Source: Ettoday.net

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