Lee Shao Xiang
Sean Lee is a Taiwanese actor, model and singer. He began his entertainment career after winning the Men’s Uno modeling competition. Sean Lee made his acting debut in the 2004 television drama “Say Yes Enterprise” and has since starred in many popular dramas, including “It Started With a Kiss” (2005), “K.O.3an Guo” (2009), “Love Family” (2013), “Someone Like You” (2015) and “Dandelion Love” (2015).
### About Series "Bromance (2015)"
Just because of a simple word of tooth brush, Pi Ya Nuo has been raised like a boy all his life. By chance, she saved the boss of the underworld Du Zi Feng and his sister. His sister fell in love with Pi Ya Nuo at first sight. Things get complicated when she becomes a "sister brother" to a gang boss, just as her 26th birthday draws closer, and with it the chance to live as a woman. As her 26th birthday approaches, she must decide if she wants to get back with a woman or continue to be Du Zi feng's best friend.
Bromance (2015) also Known As: Ai Shang Ge Men , 爱上哥们
Aired: Oct 18, 2015 - Feb 21, 2016
Baron Chen as Du Zi Feng
Megan Lai as Pi Ya Nuo
Bii as Wei Qing Yang
Sean Lee as Chu Zhe Rui
Katie Chen as Yang Na Na
Mandy Tao as Du Zi Han
Amanda Chou as Fan Xiao Jing
Johnny Yang as Liao Guang Chao
Wang Chuan as Pi Mu
Vickey Liu as Feng Jie
Bruce Chen as Wu Wan Hao
Edison Wang as Wu Han Sheng
Esther Wu as [High school girl]
Zhi Wei Tang as [Pi's father]
Joseph Hsia as Nan Xing Tian
Lia Lee as Amy
Chen Rong Hui
I have no idea what to expect when going into it. And the little things that I expected were completely closed. I don't know if I'm new to the format/style of Taiwanese dramas, but I feel it's weird.
But I like it. I'm so nervous about how it's rated, I keep going back and forth between 7.5 and 8. It's like 7.8
There's something about it that keeps me going.
I started watching when there were eleven episodes. I kept saying to myself, “This is a good place to stop. I'll do something else, I'll go to bed and I'll finish tomorrow", then I end the episode and hit the next button and the process continues until I catch up with life.
The point is: you have to watch this movie with an open mind. I'm sorry, but I can't take the plot seriously. It's pretty predictable, and, I know this is a Korean term, but it's a makjang drama. I don't know how else to describe it. It's weird, cheesy, and overly dramatic, but I find it funny and entertaining. If you go into the series expecting some serious drama that feels like a movie, you'll be disappointed.
It's really cheesy. Like every possible cliché in the first episode. The whole movie is like this, but it doesn't bother me because I think it's hilarious. However, I know some people get annoyed with clichés, so I'll let everyone know now.
Also, part of the reason I couldn't get serious in the first place was because everything happened so quickly. Like the entire episode (or two) is set to happen within the first ten minutes? It moves very fast and is really extreme. But don't stop watching because of this.
In addition, there are some small details with the plot that make me eavesdrop. For example, do not put others in dry clothes when they have hypothermia, the person who has just had surgery can walk without crutches. Born, release. But either way, I'm a picky eater.
One thing that makes me really happy is that Megan really looks like a guy. The stylists did a really good job. This is the first time I've seen a movie about gender where the girl convincingly looks like a guy. Also, she blew me away with her acting. She did a great job acting as if she grew up living like a little boy. Her posture and the way she walks are convincing.
The romance was fun, they had great chemistry with each other. And they had so many great kisses! Like a ton of them! Enthusiasts! The main character is very nice from the beginning, and a really nice and caring guy. I am now a fan of Baron Chen.
There were a few issues I had with the movie, I won't go into them too much as most of them contain spoilers. Basically, I got points from the ratings because of some issues I had with the plot and some of the acting. I think the cast has great chemistry with each other, but the things that should have been taken seriously, I couldn't take it seriously. Overall, though, I enjoyed it, which is something that comes from someone who doesn't really like the gender.
What really pleased me about this movie was that there was never any homophobia. "As long as two people really love each other, it doesn't matter who the partner is?" Like damn, the message in this movie is so good, I wish they were actually gay to make a stronger point. The message is still going strong, not only through our potential clients but also through other couples.
This is a fun movie and despite the problems I had, I'm glad I watched it.
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