Gong Jun and Qiao Xin Mend Broken Hearts in “Dream Garden”

Starring Simon Gong Jun (龚俊) and Bridgette Qiao Xin (乔欣), psychological suspense romance Dream Garden <沉睡花园> premiered on December 13 through Hunan TV and Mango TV. With mental health discussions on the rise, Dream Garden offers new perspectives as the leads dissect complex feelings of others and their own.

Dream Garden tells a story of growing love and respect between popular relationship coach Xiao Xiao (Qiao Xin) and cold professional psychologist Lin Shen (Gong Jun). A confident expert on romance, Xiao Xiao takes pride in how she makes meaningful differences on peoples’ lives. However, the professional Lin Shen does not believe so, and he is not afraid to tell her that on national television Butting heads since their encounter, neither  wanted to see each other again until fate had its own mind, and decided Xiao Xiao to become an assistant to Lin Shen. Despite their differences, they make a compatible pair in dealing with various cases and eventually grow to have romantic feelings that they would not dare to admit.

Dubbed the “male version” of The Psychologist <女心理师> led by Yang Zi (杨紫) and Jing Boran ( 井柏然), there are expectations Dream Garden will also cover similar topics through diverse cases. Comparisons between the two dramas are anticipated as they share the same themes. Comparisons aside, hopefully greater attention will be on mental health issues and the value of communication.

With a total of 16 episodes, Dream Garden will air every Monday and Tuesday.

“Dream Garden” Trailer

Source: Baidu

This article is written by Minna for JayneStars.com.

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  1. Wow, only 16 eps? Guess Cdramas are gradually opening up to more condensed plots now, it’s a good sign. While I hate when a show I love ends, Cdramas tend to be way too diluted nowadays. Quality over quantity, I say!

    1. @Alexis “Dream Garden” was originally announced to be 24 episodes in length. Perhaps one of the cases may have been cut to pass censorship and thus the drama is reduced to 16 episodes only. Hope this does not result in choppy editing.

      1. Oh wow, if that is the case, so much content was cut then? And yeah, hope it’s not choppy. I’m watching ‘You’re my hero’ currently and noticed the editing was quite choppy, was there a similar situation with that show, too, or it’s just how it is?

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