As we near the end of the year, it is time to look back on the dramas that brought us to 2020. Which dramas made you laugh, cry or comfort this year? What are the dramas that defined your year?
Here’s a list of the best 2020 C-Dramas and TW-Dramas to watch on your watchlist today – from heart-wrenching time travel mysteries to epic love stories that go beyond lifetime!
“One day or one dayIs a wonderfully written, time-traveling love drama. Since its release, the drama has received many well-deserved awards. And for good reasons! It has thoughtful writing, solid and effective acting, excellent soundtrack and the list goes on. It’s one of the best time travel dramas in recent years, and it’s definitely one of my favorite series of the year.
The drama follows Huang Yu Xuan (Alice Ke) when she mourns her late friend Wang Quan Sheng (Greg Han). She woke up one day in 1998 and found herself in the body of 17-year-old Chen Yun Ru, who happened to look exactly like her. After a series of confusing incidents, she decides to work with her new friends to solve the mystery behind the strange events.
Has a song ever brought you straight back to a scene and made you feel wistful about a show you just watched? Yes, “One day or one day” does this and more. In just 12 episodes, you stumble and wonder how the characters are doing months later. This is masterful writing.
Do you need more persuasion? Read this article. If you’ve already seen the drama, you can watch it again! You will appreciate any Easter eggs you might have missed on your first watch.
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“The romance of tiger and rose”
Sometimes you just need a feel-good drama to get through the holiday blues. “The romance of tiger and rose”Is a fun and charming rom-com that will make you laugh and squeeze at the same time.
Today’s screenwriter Chen Xiao Qian (Zhao Lu Si) wakes up and finds herself in the script she wrote. The best part is that she becomes a supporting character who dies early in the story. The drama focuses on her attempts, fate, and romantic and comedic interactions with the male lead Han Shuo (Ding Yu Xi).
This is a far less mind-boggling time travel drama than Someday Or Someday. If you’re in the mood for something breezy and sweet, The Romance of Tiger and Rose is perfect. In just 24 episodes, it offers a refreshing setup, a funny and gripping storyline and an endearing romance.
The word on the street is they are doing a sequel! While the drama is so great, I’m looking forward to more of our main couple because they are ridiculously adorable together.
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“Dating in the Kitchen”
“Dating in the kitchen”Is a romantic comedy about a talented young chef and the sharp-tongued businessman / part-time foodie who first falls in love with their kitchen and then falls in love with it.
The drama also plays the main role Zhao Lu Si from “The Romance of Tiger and Rose.” This actress has a winning smile and is so effortlessly good at rom-coms. She has incredible chemistry with all of her co-stars and is definitely one of those aspiring actresses to look out for!
Dating in the Kitchen is a no-fuss rom-com with enough sweetness and fluff to keep an eye on you. And did we mention the delicious food? Don’t watch this on an empty stomach!
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“Twenty Your Life On”
“Twenty Your Life On” is a coming-of-age drama that follows four roommates as they finish their senior year and prepare for life after graduation.
While the drama doesn’t differ much from the other dramas in its genre, there is just one thing about a coming-of-age story that makes it immediately understandable. The characters aren’t perfect, but they feel like real people that you might meet in real life. The drama also does a great job of portraying their tender and precious friendship. They argue about little things, but are always there for each other at the end of the day.
The drama doesn’t gloss over the harsh reality of life. Relationships don’t work and you lose your job because no one finds out about life at 22. But you end up leaving college with a suitcase full of memories and a few lifelong friends.
“My roommate is a detective”
“My roommate is a detective” is a detective drama set in Shanghai in the 1920s. It is followed by Lu Yao (Hu Yi Tian), a Cambridge math and medical graduate who dated stoic detective Qiao Chu Sheng (Zhang Yun LongSolve crimes.
The drama is surprisingly funny thanks to the comedic performance of Hu Yi Tian in his best role yet. Lu Yao is a more playful version of the Sherlock Holmes character who portrays a refreshing take on the protagonist of the intelligent genius. His relationship with Chu Sheng is also particularly enjoyable, as the actors have great chemistry and act very well.
Overall, the drama keeps it light-hearted and entertaining without sacrificing intense and complex crime solving, and the cases are well-written. In addition, the beautiful retro sets and outfits are a feast for the eyes.
Check out “My Roommate is a Detective”:
“Love and redemption”
If you liked it “Eternal love” and “Ashes of love“Then you can’t miss” Love and Redemption. “” Love and Redemption “is set in the same fictional fantasy world and is an epic fantasy love story between Chu Xuan Ji (Crystal yuan), a girl who has deficits in her six senses, and Yu Si Feng (Cheng Yi), Lize Palaces star student who has to wear a mask because of a curse that can only be broken if he finds true love.
It’s never boring on this show. It’s full of action! You get action and politics as well as secrets and conspiracies behind the main characters. All of these things serve to build the epic glory of love between Xuan Ji and Si Feng. It is a love that transcends lifetimes and withstands all trials and tribulations.
Our female lead is feminine and kickass and is the one that protects the male lead in the reverse virgin situations of distress. And as for character, the male lead, Si Feng, will break your heart. The actor does a great job portraying Si Feng’s infinite love for Xuan Ji and the unprecedented suffering he is ready to endure for her.
Take a look at Love and Salvation:
“Go straight ahead”
If you are not in the mood for romance and want something different, “Go straight aheadMight just be the drama for you. It’s a heartwarming piece of family drama that will make your heart beat faster.
The drama follows three young people who become pseudo-siblings and are raised by two fathers. The five of them quickly become a family unit, despite not being related from birth. Of course, as they get older, their relationship will be tested due to the growing tension between them and their biological family.
The emotional anchor of the drama is Li Hai Chao, one of the fathers. He is so generous and warm to all children and always supports me unconditionally. The three children are each lovable in their own way, and you can witness their gradual growth and maturity as the drama unfolds. You get caught in a love triangle, which thankfully is quickly resolved. But the main attraction here is definitely the family bond.
“Go Ahead” is like a bowl of hot noodle soup that will warm your heart in the cold winter. Don’t miss it!
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