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Moonlight Resonance

I finally completed this series.
40 episodes.

I love this show so much as we could learn so much from the female lead, Ho ma (荷媽).
She's an example of a mother whom we can learn from.
A responsible mother for the sake of the family's happiness and well-being.
She showed wisdom in the decisions she made and would do anything for the love of her children (even the adopted one).


Dragon said…
this series very nice. i also finished watching!
RedCrabby said…
要割禾就要先弯低腰 :D

I also finished watching. Currently watch "the four"
mei yi said…
so .... what have u learnt?
hm.. not sure about the four, and i'm sure it's better than the stupid demigods
my mum actually subscribed AOD for this series.... I oso didn't watch, busy with my japanese tv drama hehehe
vanity fling said…
Hey..ur being biase..!! The watever Demigod is worth watching k..if not for the storyline, then for the beautiful actress Chung Kah Yan...if not for the special effects, then for the sweet actress Chung Kah Yan...if not for the reason it's a TVB product, then for the adorable Chung Kah Yan k... *Drroool....
mei yi said…
darn. u know how much i hated that linda chung
bbb said…
Crabby said…
What i learn r? emmm... the way to make a big moon cake lo...XD.

*note: i dun like Linda either... she dunno what is the art of acting.

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