Drama Go! Go! Go!

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Drama Go! Go! Go!
Drama go go go (2012) Chinese series.jpg
Promotional poster
Also known as Go! Sister Go!
Older Woman marching forward
Genre Romance comedy
Written by Ryan Tu
Directed by Danny Dun
Starring Ruby Lin
Jiro Wang
Lin Gengxin
Theme music composer Chen Xinyan
Opening theme Our Script by Jiro Wang
Ending theme I Should Love You by Jiro Wang
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 30
Production
Producer(s) Ruby Lin
Location(s) Taiwan, China
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) 1. Ruby Lin Studio
2. Eastern Shine Production Co., Ltd
3. Beijing XiShiJi film and TV culture
Release
Original network Hunan Satellite TV
Original release 3 November 2012 (2012-11-03) – 9 February 2013 (2013-02-09)
External links
Website e.weibo.com/u/2540147163
Drama Go! Go! Go!
Chinese 姐姐立正向前走
Simplified Chinese 姐姐立正向前走

Drama Go! Go! Go! (Chinese: 姐姐立正向前走; lit. Older Woman Marching Forward) is a 2012 Chinese television series produced by Ruby Lin and directed by Danny Dun. It stars Ruby Lin, Jiro Wang and Lin Gengxin in the lead roles. The series was first aired on Hunan Satellite TV on 3 November 2012.[1]

Synopsis[edit]

As story that centers on the messy, but sweetly satisfying romantic life of 30-year-old female scriptwriter named Wang Ming Ming. During a writer's block, she developed a crush on the lead singer of the no longer popular duo HE, an idol by the name of Eason. On a whim, Ming Ming decides that Eason will be the perfect candidate for the lead role of her drama. Eason and his manager is eager to take it to increase his waning popularity, except thay Eason is quite possibly a terrible actor, and pretty soon is in danger of getting written off the drama when the lead actress threatens to quit. To ensure he doesn’t get written off, he starts trying to seduce Ming Ming, hoping that by dating the screenwriter he can stay on the drama.[2]

Cast[edit]

  • Ruby Lin as Wang Ming Ming
  • Jiro Wang as Eason
  • Lin Gengxin as Tong Shao Tian
  • Maggie Wu as Shen Pei Ni
  • Hu Bing as Fu Yun Kai
  • Zhang Lun Shuo as Henry
  • Hua Yi Han as Ru En
  • Wang Yu as Hao De
  • Peter Ho as Ou Yang Cheng
  • Wang Li Yin as Ming Ming's mother
  • Fu Yan as Lin Yan

Casting[edit]

Ruby Lin said she got to pick the actors for the show and wanted to work with people she hadn't worked with before. Lin stated, "I picked Jiro Wang for the main role because he seems to have this natural comedic side to him. I've seen some of his work before and he is not really the Prince Charming type. Rather, he pretends that he is the very hunky type, so it's quite funny. He was perfect for this character."[3]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Opening theme song: Our Script (我們的劇本) by Jiro Wang
  • Ending theme song: I Should Love You (我應該去愛你) by Jiro Wang
  • Dearest Stranger (亲爱的路人) by Rene Liu
  • Answer (解答) by Golden Zhang

International broadcast[edit]

Country Network(s)/Station(s) Series premiere
 China Hunan Broadcasting System November 3, 2012
 Taiwan TVBS March 26, 2013
 South Korea Chunghwa TV April 2013
 Japan Asia Dramatic TV April 23, 2013
 Singapore Singtel TV May 8, 2013
 Malaysia Astro June 8, 2013
 Vietnam Yan TV April 2014
 Hong Kong HKTV July 1, 2015

References[edit]

  1. ^ (in Chinese) 《姐姐立正向前走》11月3日开播 Retrieved 2012-11-02
  2. ^ (in Chinese) 《姐姐立正向前走》剧情介绍(简介版) Retrieved 2012-11-02
  3. ^ (in English) Taiwanese actress Ruby Lin tries her hand at producing. straitstimes.com May 25, 2013.

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