Zhang Bin Bin seems to have been typecast into the same roles when it comes to costume dramas as he’s always the brooding, conflicted and tortured soul. I mean, he does look intensely hot acting in said roles, but then you come across images like these… His agency Jaywalk Studio revealed how the actor is behind the scenes of The Flame’s Woman 烈火如歌 and the meme says it all.
He is actually the opposite of his drama roles. He is shy at times and can be playful. Dilireba when asked to describe Bin Bin describes him as "silly child". I just love him, he is so adorable!
funny…thanks for posting. need subs for a couple of them.
lol i love him, he can be very charming but also silly
Ha ha ha! His personality is so fun and charming. Wish Jaywalk gave him better roles instead of wasting him. I'm looking forward to his next drama outside Jaywalk as it's a romantic comedy and I love his leading lady there too.
Thanks very much for posting.
My Review: I Will Never Let You Go. Here my last rant about this. At the last two episodes there was a blood bath. Nearly all of the main characters were killed off. Why? It was so unneccesary Surely writers you could have saved some of them. (Quote from Viki commentors)The writers write the ending but the actors and actresses make it believable or dramatic and memorable. So writers your job is to make the viewers happy and not frustrated and so very, very angry. We won't come back if you keep doing this to us. You would think that Chen You would be more aware of a trap but no he gets caught by his horrible traitor friend. After that pretty stressful story line and the ending depends how you want it to end. I made up my own cos I can. I finally finished watching it . It was a Classical Chinese Historic Drama you got what you expected but it may or may not make you happy. My hint to writers your job is to make the viewer happy and not frustrated. Then you revived the main actor you should have left him dead it didn't make us happy we had already mourned him and believed he couldn't survive that fall. You killed too many people off letting that one live was unnatural to the way things had happened already. It reminded me of"I'm sorry. I love you." That’s another drama who ending brassed me off but I hear that was actually a true story. I had another quick flick through this and I haven’t changed my mind the end sucked big time. Wasted my time coming here to watch the babe Zhang Bin Bin.