My Dear Boy

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My Dear Boy
My Dear Boy - 我的男孩.jpg
Promotional poster
Also known asMy Boy
Traditional我的男孩
Simplified我的男孩
MandarinWǒ De Nán Hái
GenreRomance
Written byMag Hsu (徐譽庭)
Directed byHsu Fu-chun (徐輔軍)
Starring
Opening theme溫柔的奇蹟 - FanFan
Ending theme不需要知道- William Wei
Country of originTaiwan
Original language(s)Mandarin
No. of episodes20
Production
Producer(s)Ruby Lin
Lisa Tan
Production location(s)Taiwan
Running time90 minutes (per episode)
Production company(s)Ruby Lin Studio
Gala Television
Release
Original networkTTV Main Channel
GTV
First shown inTaiwan
Original releaseDecember 22, 2017 (2017-12-22) –
May 11, 2018 (2018-05-11)
Chronology
Preceded byQ series
Followed byThe Ex-Man
External links
Official Website

My Dear Boy (Chinese: 我的男孩) is a 2017 Taiwanese television series produced by Ruby Lin and Lisa Tan (Lin's agent)[1] written by Mag Hsu[2] and directed by Hsu Fu-chun. It premiered on TTV and GTV in December 2017.[3]

Synopsis[edit]

It takes a tremendous amount of courage to make changes to your personal and professional lives. Luo Xiao Fei (Ruby Lin) works as a director of television commercials. Her boss is Xiao Ye Shi (Archi Kao), the owner of the advertising agency as well as her boyfriend of five years. Despite the complacency and neglect of her long-term relationship with Ye Shi, Xiao Fei finds it hard to make major changes in her life that could impact her job. When Xiao Fei meets the much younger An Qing Hui (Derek Chang), who just graduated from college with a design degree, will he give Xiao Fei the courage to follow her heart?

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Jessie Chang as Luo Xiao Shan
  • Elsa Ge as Xiao Nian Shi
  • Qu Zhong Heng as An Qing Hui's Father
  • Yen Yi-Wen as An Qing Hui's Mother
  • Hsu Greg Han as Nicholai
  • Aaron Chan as An Qing Hui's Uncle
  • Pang Yong Zhi as Li Da Bao
  • Peter Lee as Zhang Wei Jie
  • Ahn Zhe as Miaomiao
  • Cosmos Lin as Amy

Guest appearance[edit]

Production[edit]

A press conference for the series was held in Taipei, Taiwan, on 31 May 2017.[4] Filming ended on 19 October 2017.[5]

Soundtrack[edit]

Type Title Singer(s) Lyricist Song writer
Opening Song "Wen Rou De Qi Ji"
(溫柔的奇蹟; "Gentle Miracle")
FanFan Feifei Chen Hsiao chuan
Ending Song "Bu Xu Yao Zhi Dao"
(不需要知道; "You Don't Need To Know")
William Wei
Insert song "He Zi Ji Xiang Yu"
(和自己相遇; "Alone With Myself")
Pets Tseng Xiao Han Yong Qiao Jun
"Wo Yi Ran Shi Wo"
(我依然是我; "I'm Still Here")
Rennie Wang
"Wu Qiong"
(無窮; "Endlessness")
Fang Wu

Ratings[edit]

Competing dramas on rival channels airing at the same time slot were:

Air Date Episode Average Ratings Rank
December 22, 2017 1 0.50 3
December 29, 2017 2 0.59 3
January 5, 2018 3 0.56 3
January 12, 2018 4 0.54 4
January 19, 2018 5 0.67 4
January 26, 2018 6 1.03 1
February 2, 2018 7 0.84 4
February 9, 2018 8 0.87 4
February 16, 2018: No episode was aired due to TTV airing of Chinese New Year Special Program
February 23, 2018 9 0.69 4
March 2, 2018 10 0.71 4
March 9, 2018 11 4
March 16, 2018 12 0.89 4
March 23, 2018 13 0.78 4
March 30, 2018 14 0.69 4
April 6, 2018 15 0.86 4
April 13, 2018 16 0.76 4
April 20, 2018 17 1.01 2
April 27, 2018 18 0.93 3
May 5, 2018 19 0.89 3
May 11, 2018 20 1.25 2
Average ratings 0.79 --

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