Lavender (TV series)
|This article does not cite any references or sources. (July 2010)|
Lavender is a Taiwanese serial drama which was aired in 2002, and is the first collaboration of Tammy Chen and Ambrose Hsu. Years later, they starred again in another drama, Lao Shu Ai Da Mi, with their Lavender co-star, Wang Jian Long.
Ji Qing Chuan and Liang Yi Xun were best friends since childhood. When Qing Chuan's family decided to migrate to the United States, Qing Chuan gave Yi Xun a bottle with lavender seeds. They promised to reunite after ten years, when the lavender seeds in the bottle are finally in bloom.
After ten years, Qing Chuan fulfilled his promise and returned to Taiwan as the now popular singer, Leo. Yi Xun and Qing Chuan started to rekindle old feelings, until Maggie and Xiao Tong entered the picture and tried to destroy their relationship, adding to Yi Xun's heart ailment that can cause her death.
|Ambrose Hsu||Leo/Ji Qing Chuan|
|Tammy Chen,||Liang Yi Xin|
|Wang Jian Long||Xiao Tong|
Ambrose Hsu sang the theme song Hua Xiang and the closing song Xin Fu De Shun Jian.
Lavender was one of the first few television series that started the Asianovela craze in the Philippines. Other notable Asianovelas during that time were Meteor Garden and Endless Love: Autumn in My Heart. Lavender was so popular that it was aired several times on the TV channel GMA 7 and its affiliates. Lavender was on GMA's prime time block, and its repeats appeared in an earlier slot.