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A series based on Qiong Yao's book "Yan Yu Meng Meng," Romance in the Rain is story of love, and learning how to love. Vicki Zhao plays Lu Yi Ping, the daughter of a General's eighth wife. Growing up in such an environment forces her to cover herself up with bitterness in order to protect herself from being hurt. Written by
This TV series is an amazingly romantic story, which is saying quite a lot because I am a hopeless romantic. It is about the separation of this man and woman who love each other, like really really love each other-the death do us part kind. And they obviously can't be together, or else that wouldn't be romantic...etc...So they do the Romeo and Juliet thing all over again. It was definitely a while ago that I watched this, so I couldn't give you any spoilers if I wanted to, so just go watch it. I just remember it was really romantic and beautiful and lovely. I can't speak Mandarin, but the version I watched was in Cantonese and I understood most all of it. I also have to mention that I love the music from it too...but that's just because I'm a hopeless romantic. I don't know where you would get this off DVD now, but if you get a chance, this will make the clouds in your rainy day go away(like what the title says in Chinese)!
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