Someday Or One Day

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Someday or One Day
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Also known asKR: 상견니
JP: 時をかける愛
Traditional想見你
MandarinXiǎngjiàn Nǐ
GenreRomance
Comedy
Time travel
Inference
Suspense
Thriller
Mystery
Written byChien Chi-feng(簡奇峯)
Lin Hsin-hui(林欣慧)
Directed byHuang Tien-jen(黃天仁)
Starring
Theme music composer
  • Wu Chia-hsiang(吳嘉祥)
  • Lin Kuo-kai(林國凱)
  • Hsu Chi-yang(徐啟洋)
  • Chen Jen-shuo(陳人碩)
  • Hsu Yi-hung(許一鴻)
Opening theme"Someday or One Day" by Shi Shi
Ending theme"Miss You 3000" by 831
Country of originRepublic of China (Taiwan)
Original languageMandarin
No. of episodes13
Production
ProducersChen Chih-han(陳芷涵)
Ma Yi-ting(麻怡婷)
Production locationTaiwan
EditorsChang Fei-chi(張斐棋)
Lee Yung-han(李泳漢)
Running time90 minutes
Production companies
DistributorStar Chinese Channel
Release
Original networkCTV
Picture formatHDTV (1080i)
Audio formatStereophonic sound
First shown inTaiwan
Original release23 November 2019 (2019-11-23) –
22 February 2020 (2020-02-22)
External links
Official Facebook Page

Someday or One Day (Chinese: 想見你; pinyin: Xiǎngjiàn Nǐ; lit. 'Want to See You') is a Taiwanese TV drama released in 2019[1] directed by Huang Tien-Jen (黃天仁), starring Alice Ko, Greg Hsu, Patrick Shih and Kenny Yen. It was produced by Fox Networks Group Asia Pacific, Hualien Media International, and Three Phoenixes Production Co. Ltd. (三鳳製作), and it received NT$22 million in subsidy from the Bureau of Audiovisual and Music Industry Development.[2]

The drama was aired on CTV every Sunday at 10:00 pm, from November 17, 2019, to February 16, 2020,[3] and then it was jointly screened on Star Chinese Channel every other Saturday, with behind-the-scenes footage titled "想見你 不見不散" (lit. 'Want to see you - don't leave until we see each other') following each episode of the drama.

Sypnosis[edit]

The plot involves a 27-year-old woman Huang Yu-Hsuan (Alice Ko), who longs to be able to see her deceased boyfriend Wang Quan-Sheng (Greg Hsu), who had died in an airplane accident. She misses him deeply and frequently sends him text messages, hoping that he will somehow be able to see.

One day, Huang Yu-Hsuan receives a mysterious parcel containing an old-school Walkman portable cassette player and a cassette tape of Wu Bai's album The End of Love. While heading home on a bus, she falls asleep as she listens to Last Dance through the cassette tape on the Walkman. Suddenly, the song brings her to 1998, taking over the body of a high school girl named Chen Yun-Ru, a girl who looks exactly like herself. The previous night, Chen Yun-Ru had been hit by a car. Huang Yu-Hsuan regains consciousness—in Yun-Ru's body—and sees a boy beside her hospital bed, who looks exactly the same as her late boyfriend. At first, she believes she has finally been reunited with her beloved Wang Quan-Sheng, however, she later finds out that things are not actually how they appeared to be on the surface.

Trapped in what appears to be the past, living another person's life, through various mysteries of time and space, Huang Yu-Hsuan tries to change the fate of Chen Yun-Ru from both the past and the future. Huang Yu-Hsuan eventually learns more about Chen Yun-Ru's "traffic accident" that was shrouded in mystery.[4]

Cast[edit]

Ko Chia-yen, who portrayed the role of Huang Yu-Hsuan and Chen Yun-Ru.
Greg Hsu, who portrayed the role of Wang Quan-Sheng and Li Zi-Wei.
The role of Mo Jun-Jie was portrayed by Patrick Shih.

Main cast[edit]

  • Alice Ko as Huang Yu-Hsuan(黃雨萱)/Chen Yun-Ru(陳韻如)
  • Greg Hsu as Wang Quan-Sheng(王詮勝)/Li Zi-Wei(李子維)
  • Patrick Shih as Mo Jun-Jie(莫俊傑)
  • Kenny Yen(顏毓麟) as Hsieh Tsong-Ju(謝宗儒)/Hsieh Chi-Chi(謝芝齊)

Other cast[edit]

  • Yi-Wen Yen(嚴藝文) as Wu Ying-Chan(吳瑛嬋)
  • Ho-Hsuan Lin(林鶴軒) as Chen Si-Yuan(陳思源)
  • Han Chang(張翰) as Wu Wen-Lei(吳文磊)
  • Dawen(大文) as Kun-Bu(昆布)
  • Da-Fei(大飛) as A-Cai(陳財裕/阿財)
  • Kuan-Chen Zhang(章廣辰) as A-Tuo(阿脫)
  • Zi-Shan Lin(林子珊) as Xiao Dai(小黛)

Special appearance[edit]

  • Jia-Huei Chang(張家慧) as Madam Na(娜姐)
  • Joanne Tseng as Ms. Sunny(Sunny老師)
  • Dewi Chien as Vicky
  • Prince Sheng-Yi Chiu as Yan Li-Zheng(顏力正)
  • Bokeh Kosang as Instructor
  • Erato Liang(梁洳瑄) as Cai Wen-Rou(蔡雯柔)
  • Scott Yang(楊翹碩) as Chang Chi-En(張奇恩)
  • A-Han(阿翰) as Lin-Yueh(澟月)
  • Ma Hui-Zhen(馬惠珍) as Grandma Mo(莫奶奶)
  • Any.C(Any安偉) as Ah-Nan(阿南)
  • Zhi-Yin Zhu(朱芷瑩) as Yang Bi-Yun(楊碧雲)
  • Simon Lian as A-Zhe(阿哲)
  • Alien Huang as Du Chi-Min(杜齊閔)

Production[edit]

Background and creation[edit]

The screenwriters, Chien Chi-feng and Lin Hsin-hui, have worked together closely for many years. They were nominated for "Best Writing for a Television Series" in the Golden Bell Awards for the series "Ex-Boyfriend" and "Marry Me, or Not?". They reunited with the director, Huang Tien-jen, after working with him on "What Is Love" and "Attention, Love!". At the preview of the series, Chien revealed the creative origins of "Someday Or One Day" and how one of the producers, Ma Yi-ting, wanted to make a "drama that would make people cry without knowing it". Chien was troubled by this problem for a long time, until one day he had a dream: "In my dream, I was writing in a hurry; writing about the love story of a male and a female protagonist who have been together for 13 years. The drama used flashbacks extensively, taking them from age 29 back to their high school days, showing their mutual love." He told Lin about his dream, and they composed and wrote the story down together. They developed these ideas for three years, and spent a year writing the script. The result was described as "A script written with God guiding the screenwriter's hands".[5][6]

Ma has stated that the preparation was the most difficult part of the drama. Since the leading actors needed to play two separate characters in the series, the production staff needed to recruit skilled actors, but also wanted to find a fresh combination of leads. Another challenge was posed by the two time periods portrayed in the drama, 1998 and 2019. This made it necessary to recreate the atmosphere of 1998 in some scenes, but in a way that was not too abrupt.[7][2]

In addition, Ma has mentioned that the production company, Three Phoenixes Production, gave the screenwriters freedom during the creative process of writing the script. The screenwriters also expressed that they were given control of the script; though they adhered to the guidelines from the production company, they did not need to make changes or amendments to the script, and it retained their original ideas and concepts. The distribution company was not found until after the script was completed.

The screenwriters expressed in an interview that they like to challenge themselves with topics that others dare not write about. Although "Someday Or One Day" contains elements of romance, time travel, and mystery-suspense, the real subject is adolescent identity. Lin said that each of the three young protagonists has some special trait, but they're unable to take their traits seriously. She stated that the troubles of adolescents are easily overlooked by others who think they are too young to have real worries, but in fact this problem is very serious. Screenwriter Chien continued saying that although people seem to think that everyone should be brave and not feel hurt, these are very important feelings that everyone experiences. This is why they chose to spend an entire episode at the beginning to describe how the female protagonist suppressed her sadness; "If you can't understand that kind of sadness as a screenwriter, you will never write a good script", he said. He realized at that time how easy it is to ignore others' hurt feelings.[8]

In addition, they mentioned that although the plot unfolds gradually through a broken time and space, their ideas were very clear when they wrote the script. Chien said that he and Lin needed to persuade not just the director, but everyone. This became specially evident in the seventh episode: audiences, constrained by the rules of past TV series, would expect that the world would collapse if two souls meet in person. But the writers did not think this way, and wanted to break the old framework and create new game rules for "Someday Or One Day".[9]

Regarding the inspiration for the character names in the drama, Chien said that he took names from those around him, and Lin agreed to use them. Wang Quan-Sheng was Chien's classmate in elementary school, Mo Jun-Jie was a middle school classmate, and Li Zi-Wei and Chen Yun-Ru were his classmates in high school. The names were exactly the same, only Huang Yu-Xuan was pieced together slowly from scratch.[10]

The drama was originally titled "Read but ignored (已讀不回)", but was subsequently changed to "Love, Read but ignored (愛,已讀不回)". Originally, "Want to see you(想見你)" was the subtitle of the script, but it eventually became the main title instead. As the protagonists were able to travel through time and space because of their determination to see each other, the English title was named "Someday or One Day", which represents "There is a possibility that one day when the future is the past, and the past is also the future?", and "This matter of wanting to see you, is not just on a certain day, it is from the past to the future, and from the future to the past".[11][12]

Filming[edit]

The scenes involving the university where Huang and Wang (Li) attended were filmed at Kainan University.
The scenes with the lawn where Li and Chen (Huang) sit side by side and have a heart-to-heart talk were filmed at Luodong Sports Park.

Filming for "Someday Or One Day" began officially on December 27, 2018, and concluded on May 10, 2019, lasting five months.[13] After the script was completed, the whole crew participated in the discussion of choosing filming locations. Since the drama is set in two separate time periods, 1998 and 2019, the number of locations needed is doubled, making the process of location scouting quite time-consuming. The crew spent three months surveying hundreds of houses before finding one that was compatible with the time period and suitable for Chen Yun-Ru's home. The director, Huang Tien-jen, said the house was actually quite large and so, for the convenience of filming, he sealed some corridors and made compartments to make it look smaller. Likewise, a long time was spent scouting the record store, but ultimately, Huang decided on the final location as soon as he saw the place. They remodeled and changed the interior furnishings of the place to resemble a record store in the 90s. Huang and the producer, Ma Yi-Ting, attached great importance to bringing each scene to life. Huang wanted the props to be moved between scenes. He explained that in the house where the protagonists lived, it would be unrealistic for the shoes to be always placed in the same place, or for the calendar to always be on the same page. Therefore, he insisted that for every scene, all the small, quotidian objects have to be shifted once.[14]

Regarding the atrium that represented Chen Yun-Ru's mind, the art director had proposed several plans, while the director proposed building an atrium with a Möbius ring to symbolize the endlessness and the circulation of thoughts and resurfacing memories. He revealed that the concept of the atrium was discussed for a long time, and the decision was not finalized until one month prior to the filming. The Möbius ring was what he ideally wanted for the design of the atrium - a circular arc-shaped scene with dynamic projection to portray Chen pacing back and forth inside, unable to get out of it. However, this was too difficult to create, and therefore he decided to use white curtains combined with motionless photos and dynamic projection for the scene. The scenes of the atrium were filmed on the last three days of filming because it required a lot of material, and the static images on the walls of the atrium needed to be filmed earlier so that they could be included. The producer, Ma Yi-Ting, said that she decided to build a house with white curtains combined with the static images and dynamic projection after much consideration, and found a team of concept artists to orchestrate the scene. She emphasized that if the images projected on the walls were rendered by post-processing, the visual would be easily distorted, and Ko would have to rely on her imagination when acting out the scenes. She thought that if she went ahead with the decision to process the images later, she would be sacrificing a realistic performance from the actress.[15]

Miao-Shou-Gong, Anping was the place where Li bought white sugar rice pudding, and encountered little Huang.
Tianhou Temple was the place where Li made candy with little Huang.

The drama was filmed in various cities and towns in Taiwan. The scenes of Huang Yu-Xuan as an office worker were mainly filmed in Taipei, while the characters’ campus life in 1998 was filmed in Tainan. During the press conference at the premiere, the actors revealed that in order to film the scenes from 1998, Ko, Hsu, Shih and Yen lived together in Tainan for two months, which allowed them to continue to interact with each other everyday after filming finished. Hsu said that while in Tianan the rapport and affection between the actors grew a lot. Ko said that she often felt weary while reading the script during that time, and she would walk around the neighborhood to relax and separate herself from Li and Mo, so it was a surprise to see them again when she opened the door. Shih described how everyone really became a family during the time they spent together filming in Tainan.[16][17][18] After the drama was broadcast, Ko, Hsu, Shih and the crew members returned to Tainan to visit the filming locations.[19] The scenes in the drama attracted many fans to also visit the filming locations.[20][21]

Actors and roles[edit]

Ko Chia-yen, who won the Golden Bell Award for Best Actress in the 51st Golden Bell Awards for the drama "Marry Me, or Not?", played the dual role of Huang Yu-Xuan and Chen Yun-Ru. This was her second time working with the screenwriters. The producer, Ma Yi-ting, talked about the auditions conducted for the selection of the cast, and said that Ko's eyes were very clear and weren't polluted by the environment, even after working in the industry for so many years, which was needed for portraying the role of Chen in the drama. The screenwriters revealed that Ko was the archetype that they had in mind at the time of writing the script because she has the traits of both Huang and Chen. The characters of Huang and Chen are substantially different, the former is lively and confident, while the latter is introverted and quiet. Ko resonated with Chen's role because of her own experience. She couldn't help but cry after filming the scene where Chen really wants to grasp the feeling of being happy for once, but instead finds that everyone, even Li, the person she has a crush on, likes Huang. She thinks that girls tend to feel awkward and lock themselves up during adolescence. She said that she used to be very introverted during her school days, and always felt out of place. But eventually, she had to interact with a lot of people because of work, and acting was the only way to explore her soul. She encouraged people experiencing the same to embrace everything about their selves and feel the changes in their attitude.[22] She considers "Someday Or One Day" to be one of the hardest film projects she has worked on. Nevertheless, it made her very happy that she could experience emotions that she hadn't felt before. After carefully studying the role, she found herself in a melancholic state for a long time while filming. At home she was unable to prepare for her scenes, as she would cry once she read the script.[23] She said that she didn't have a sense of reality on the last day of filming. She felt that she could keep filming. This drama also allowed her to find her passion for acting. She said it's rare to encounter a story and like it so much that you throw your whole heart and soul into the performance.[13]

Greg Hsu as Wang Quan-Sheng and Li Zi-Wei.

Greg Hsu, nominated for the Golden Bell Award for Best Supporting Actor in the 52nd Golden Bell Awards for the drama "Have You Ever Fallen in Love, Miss Jiang?", also played a dual role in the drama as both Wang Quan-Sheng and Li Zi-Wei. This was his second time working with the director and screenwriter after the drama "Attention, Love!". The producer revealed that she had seen him many years ago, just before he acted in Qseries(植劇場), and she had thought that he had a special temperament that other actors do not have, something both good and evil, very clean, and he made people feel like he had an old soul inside. The screenwriter Jian also revealed the reason for choosing Hsu that was originally proposed by the producer Ma, to let the leading role play by the newcomer Hsu, and he said that he had felt the charm of him when he previously worked with Hsu, and praised his portrayals of Wang Quan-Sheng and Li Zi-Wei. Li's role spans a range from 17 years old to the end of his 30s. He had to perform both as a bright, young high schooler and as a mature adult shaped by the vicissitudes he has experienced. It was a very difficult challenges for Hsu, especially as he had taken part in this drama immediately after he filmed the movie "A Sun" and the drama "Nowhere Man". Therefore, he did not have a considerable amount of time to prepare for the role. But Jian thought that the most important thing was to conform to the mentality and state of the character.[24][25] Hsu interpreted the character of Wang as more feminine and delicate than compared to Li's bright and clear character. He referenced the movies he had watched as the template to build Wang's character, and revealed that Wang would treat himself as a girl, and therefore, his pace of walking would be slower and his manners would be more gentle. While filming the drama, Hsu tried to show the contrast of Wang's and Li's personalities as best as he could.[26]

Patrick Shih as Mo Jun-Jie, Li Zi-Wei's best friend.

Patrick Shih(施柏宇), who played the role of Mo Jun-Jie, had gained attention with his role in "HIStory 2 - Crossing the Line". Screenwriter Jian revealed at the screening that Shih passed the audition with a unanimous vote due to his outstanding performance. Producer Ma also believed that his own characteristics were quite consistent with Mo.[27][28] Mo had to wear a hearing aid due to an ear disorder since childhood, and had suffered with bullying since then. Shih revealed that he had just put his own experience into the role as he also had the experience of being bullied in his school days.[29] He described Mo as a blank piece of paper, who does not ask for return of the contribution to Chen. The audience can see the purest form of love and his simplicity in him. Shih lacked experience in acting compared to the others, and thus, put a lot of pressure on himself during filming. He felt as though he was dragging down his fellow actors and the crew, and while everyone was getting more and more into their character's state of mind, he felt he was stagnant. He even hid in the closet to review himself, and gradually integrated into the role with the help of Ko and Hsu. He also said that he had learned a lot of performing skills after filming this drama.[30]

Kenny Yen portrayed Hsieh Tsung-Ju and Hsieh Chih-Chi.

Kenny Yen(顏毓麟), who portrayed Xieh Zong-Ru(謝宗儒)and Xie Zhi-Qi(謝芝齊), also worked with the director for the second time after "Life Plan A and B". In an interview, he expressed that he was able to interpret the role by relying on the director's guidance and the circumstances of the scene. He also shared the most difficult part of filming was when he had a scene where he felt his neck was being pinched by an "invisible power", and it was stopping him to speak his lines. He said although he was scared at the moment, it helped him fit in with the emotions of the role, and build more tension in the drama. He had a breakthrough performance with role as the psychiatrist, Xie Zhi-Qi, and the director praised him as the next Anthony Wong.[31] Yen said that he had thought Xie Zhi-Qi would have a romance scene with Ko's character, and discovered the truth after he read the script. He remembered that the director had said that it would have a dark side with this character, and it was those part of his memories would be removed from his brain and the fragments of his abnormalities will be deleted.[32]

Yi-Wen Yen(嚴藝文), the actress that won Best Actress in the 50th Golden Bell Awards for the drama "Angel's Radio", played the role of Wu Ying-Chan, the mother of Chen Yun-Ru and Chen Si-Yuan, and the elder sister of Wu Wen-Lei. Different from the image of a solemn mother in the past, she portrayed as a warm mother this time, who had suffered from an affair with her husband, and shouldered the burden of household expenses and running the karaoke business alone in order to raise her children. Yen explained that she has never had a child, and in fact could not fully understand the mentality of being a mother. However, the actress empathized with the sentiments she had while reading the script, and understood the messages her role was given to express, and tried to get it as close as possible. She treated her role as a "woman", rather than "a mother" when she was trying to figure out the role. After she had analyzed the character's personality, she found out her notable characteristics, and did her best to show them. She participated in the filming of this drama while she was directing the drama "The Making of an Ordinary Woman(俗女養成記)" in Tainan. [23][33][34]

Han Chang(張翰), who portrayed the younger brother of Wu Ying-Chan and the uncle of Chen Yun-Ru and Chen Si-Yuen. The actor was shortlisted for the Golden Bell Award for the Taiwanese movie "Upstream" and a student showcase named as "One Step Away(一步之遙)" which was broadcast on public television. He is a key figure in the plot, who acts as a confidant to both Huang Yu-Xuan and Li Zi-Wei and is the owner of the 32 Record Store and 32 Cafe.[35]

He-Xuan Lin(林鶴軒) won Best Supporting Actor at the Taipei Film Awards for the film "Secrets in The Hot Spring(切小金家的旅館)". He plays the role of Chen Si-Yuan, the younger brother of Chen Yun-Ru, who is a secondary school student in puberty. Da-her said that he felt great pressure to interpret the role of a secondary school student, and was worried about acting like a fool just because of his young age. In order to comply with the appearance of his role, he often applied facial treatments along with taking supplements, which resulted in him getting acne afterwards, making him more like a secondary school student. The scene that impressed him the most was the last scene with his sister, who bid goodbye to him and asked him to learn to grow up. He stated that he was moved deeply when he read the script.[36]

Broadcast[edit]

On 23 February 2019, the press conference of the drama was held.[1] In addition, a campus premiere was held on 27 September of the same year, with first published of the 3-minute of international edition trailer.[37] The preview screening of the drama was held on 5 November of the same year, a number of media and artist friends were invited, and the 40-minute of footage was broadcast live.[38][39] The press conference of the premiere was held on 15 November the same year, and the 17-minute version of the trailer was released for the first time.[40]

The live interactions with audiences were held at drama's community site before and after each weekly episodes that broadcast on CTV.[41] The finale was originally selected to be watched with the audience together with the actors in the cinema, however it was canceled due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic,[42] and the live broadcast was changed to broadcast proceed on Taiwanese Yahoo.[43][44]

On 15 April 2020, a post-credits scene concert was held by the TME Live, named "Want to See You Someday Or One Day", the cast members Ko Chia-yen, Greg Hsu and Patrick Shih participated in the webcast online, and the singers Shi Shi, Nine Chen and the band 831 performed their respective soundtracks live. Wu Bai & China Blue were the last to perform, with many of their classic songs. When the interlude "Last Dance" was performed by Wu Bai, the three actors became the audience, and reproduced the classic movement of the song, which was covering their eyes with their fingers when he sang the lyrics "So close your eyes, just for a moment(所以暫時將妳眼睛閉了起來)".[45]

Broadcast channels[edit]

The drama was broadcast on the main frequency of CTV starting from 17 November 2019 to 16 February 2020, at every Sunday night 22:00 to 23:30, then rebroadcast at 00:00am every other Sunday; The Star Chinese Channel was broadcast from 23 November 2019 to 22 February 2020 at the same time every Saturday, and replay on the next day.[46] CTi Entertainment was aired on every Sunday night at 22:00, starting from 1 March 2020, and re-broadcast on every other Saturday.[47] The channel of WeLike (위라이크) at Korea was aired for two consecutive episodes available on every Saturdays and Sundays at 11 pm KST, starting on 18 April 2020.[48] The Star Chinese Channel was re-broadcast the drama at 10 pm on every Saturday from 16 May 2020, and re-broadcast on the next day (Sunday) at 2 pm and 8 pm.[49] The drama had been broadcast on J2 channel at 21:35 to 22:35 on every Mondays to Fridays (except Wednesdays), starting from 28 May to 7 July 2020, and then re-broadcast on 03:05, replayed it at 13:00 on the following day of every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and every other Mondays. Some fragments of this broadcast version had been cut away and split into 21 episodes, 60 minutes (including advertisement) per episode of show time.[50] Japan's Family Drama Channel will be broadcast the drama at 2 am JST on every Thursday commencing from 16 July 2020, and the aired version will be split into 26 episodes.[51]

Terrestrial/Cable/Satellite[edit]

The following is a simplified schedule of the drama.

Broadcast channels Country/Region First Airing Date Timeslot (GMT +8)
CTV  Republic of China (Taiwan) November 17, 2019 Sunday 10:00–11:30 pm
Star Chinese Channel November 23, 2019 Saturday 10:00-11:30 pm
CTi Entertainment March 1, 2020 Sunday 10:00-11:30 pm
Astro Shuang Xing  Malaysia February 17, 2020 Monday-Friday 7:00–8:00 pm
WeLike  South Korea April 18, 2020 Saturday-Sunday 10:00 pm
TVB J2  Hong Kong May 28, 2020 Monday-Friday (except Wednesdays) 9:35–10:35 pm
Home Drama Channel  Japan July 16, 2020 Thursday 1:00 am

OTT Platforms[edit]

The show was made available on iQIYI Taiwan, LINE TV, myVideo at 00:00 after CTV's first broadcast every Sunday; FOX+ and the Star Chinese Channel from every Saturday after CTV's first broadcast; KKTV would be available at 00:00 every Sunday beginning from 24 November 2019, and Hami Video and CHT MOD were available on every Sunday;[46] myTV SUPER in Hong Kong listed the show on every Sunday starting from 18 November 2019.[52] The C-POP TV from Japan commenced broadcast from 6 December 2019, with each of the original 13 episodes being split into 26 episodes.[53][54] iQIYI and Tencent Video from Mainland China listed the show on every Sunday, starting from 22 December at 23:00,[55][56] with each episodes being reviewed by the Mainland media authority and it was split into 26 episodes with several scenes being deleted due to viewing guidelines.

Network Country/Region Airing Date Timeslot (GMT +8)
iQIYI Taiwan  Republic of China (Taiwan) 18 November 2019 Monday 12:00 am
LINE TV Monday 12:00 am
Taiwan Mobile myVideo Monday 12:00 am
KKTV 25 November 2019 Monday 12:00 am
Chunghwa Telecom Hami Video Monday 12:00 am
Chunghwa MOD Monday 12:00 am
FOX+ 23 November 2019 Saturday 10:00 pm
Disney+ (Star) 12 November 2021[57]
iQIYI  People's Republic of China 22 December 2019 Sunday 11:00 pm
Tencent Video Sunday 11:00 pm
TVB myTV SUPER  Hong Kong 18 November 2019 Monday 12:00 am
WAVVE  South Korea 18 April 2020
Astro On Demand VOD  Malaysia 17 February 2020
Viki Selected countries in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, South Asia 18 November 2019 Monday 12:00 am
CatchPlay+  Singapore 8 January 2021[58]
 Indonesia 29 January 2021[59]

Reviewed in Mainland China[edit]

The drama was repackaged in simplified Chinese when the streaming platforms of Mainland China began to air simultaneously with Taiwan after the fifth episode had been broadcast. At the same time, the pictures with the meaning of sovereignty from Taiwan, such as the passport, flag, identity card, police badge, and maps etc. were edited by being blocked and cropped or by deleting fragments.[60] In addition, some scenes from the episodes were deleted during the broadcast in mainland China,[60] for example, the kisses of protagonists who were in high school, it had been deleted due to their puppy love; the entire plot of the homosexuality involving Wang had been cut out, retaining only the shots in the sea; the shots of masturbation and cruelty to animals from Hsieh Chih-Chi was deleted too. The line of "Was that your first day?" in one of the episode was also deleted as it hinted on women's menstruation, which sparked dissatisfaction from audiences in mainland China, with them ironically saying that "Do Chinese girls not have the right of a menstrual period?", and they criticized the censorship system was an act of "forbidding human nature".[61][62]

Outflow of illegally pirated finale[edit]

On February 10, 2020, some netizens found that there had several discussions openly with the un-broadcast endings were leaked by the forum of Mainland China.[clarification needed] The next day, the production team issued a formal statement, saying that the leaked version of the finale was not the final version. In order to respect and protect the efforts of creators and cast members, they urged the audience to not watch the leaked version and to not distribute the pirated links.[63] The actors also made public statements on this matter.[64]

Easter eggs[edit]

On February 15, 2020, the main actors of the drama, including Ko, Hsu, Shih and Yen, attended the drama's book signing event. To everyone's surprise, they announced that they had exclusively filmed for the Easter egg. Producer Ma expressed that they were upset and discouraged after receiving the news of pirated scenes being leaked out, and hence, she had called for a meeting of the whole crew on the day the statement was issued. She had originally planned to use another version of the ending as the egg. However, the screenwriter and director had conceived and discussed three egg versions in a short time, and the filming officially started the next day. The actors arranged their schedules accordingly, and put all their efforts into it. These egg fragments were not directly related to the finale. The clip was broadcast on CTV on the day of the finale, February 16. It was also aired on the Satellite TV Chinese Channel the next week.[65][66] On the same day of it being broadcast on CTV, the episode was uploaded to their official social platform at midnight.[67]

In addition to the easter eggs in the drama, Shi Shi and the band 831, the singers who participated in the official soundtrack of the drama, released a song before the broadcast of the finale. They combined both their songs into a song called "Miss You 3000 Someday or One Day". They had finished recording, arranging, and editing the music video on the eve of the finale, and released it the next day.[68][69]

Soundtrack[edit]

Someday or One Day
Original TV Soundtrack (OST)
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
Released6 May 2020
GenreMandopop
LanguageMandarin
LabelRock Records
Sun Sheng Xi tailored the opening song "Someday or One Day" and the song "Come Away".

The Someday or One Day Original TV Soundtrack (OST) (想見你 電視原聲帶) was released on May 6, 2020, by various artists, and was published by Rock Records.[70] The songs within are tailored to the drama and interspersed in the drama with many Chinese popular songs from the 1990s, which fit the mood of the protagonists and also evokes the memories of their youth for many fans.[71][72] In order to obtain music authorization, the Three Phoenixes Production contacted several record companies, and finally decided to cooperate with Rolling Stone Records because they had many classic songs from the 1990s. Rock Records also especially tailored five songs for the drama. Producer Chen Zhi-Han said that, compared to the Chinese title, she prefers the English title with "Someday or One Day" more. At the first production meeting of the TV soundtrack, Chen proposed the idea for the theme song to be in English. The song was also named "Someday or One Day". She felt the title of the song fit the premise of time-travel, in which "Someday" represents a day in the future, and "One Day" represent the present or a day in the past. She stated that she did not expect the proposal to come true, or that Sun Sheng Xi would sing the track. She believes that this song not only represents the entire drama, it also portrays the mood of the female protagonist.

The OST contains a total of 22 tracks, with the first 10 tracks being the drama's main soundtracks, while the other 12 tracks being the drama's background music. The album is available for streaming on music streaming platforms such as Spotify, KKBOX, Apple Music and YouTube Music.[73]

Track listing[edit]

CD 1: Songs
No.TitleLyricsMusic演唱Length
1."Last Dance"Wu BaiWu BaiWu Bai4:31
2."Someday or One Day"Christine WelchSun Sheng XiSun Sheng Xi4:12
3."Miss You 3000"A-Pok@831A-Pok@8318314:17
4."Is It true?"Chang Chen-yueChang Chen-yueKaren Mok5:21
5."See Your Voice"Nine ChenNine ChenNine Chen4:15
6."Come Away"Sun Sheng Xi, Molly LinSun Sheng XiSun Sheng Xi4:55
7."Secret"Chang Chen-yueChang Chen-yueChang Chen-yue5:22
8."Embrace"AshinAshinMayday4:14
9."Someday"Zhan Yi-Jun, Huang XuanHuang XuanHuang Xuan4:08
10."Will We Remember?"Li Yu-HuanLi Yu-HuanFaith Yang5:15
CD 2: Incidental music
No.TitleLength
1."Meet again with memories(背著回憶再遇見)"3:20
2."We're together for a long long time in the dream (夢裡面的我們在一起很久很久)"2:44
3."I'll go to find you if I can back to the past(如果可以回到過去,我會去找你)"2:29
4."One white sugar rice pudding(一份白糖粿)"2:48
5."The darkest star in the universe(宇宙中最黯淡的那顆星)"3:10
6."Silent you and silent me behind(無聲的妳,身後無聲的我)"2:53
7."I missed you so much as the first thought of wake up (醒來的第一個念頭,就是我好想好想你)"1:59
8."Letting you to leave me was the only thing that I was regretted(唯一後悔過的事,是讓你離開我身邊)"1:46
9."The third wish that cannot be told(不說出口的第三個願望)"2:18
10."Someone who is living in my heart(一直住在我心裡的某個人)"2:12
11."If I can saw you in my dream(如果可以在夢裡見到你)"4:51
12."You would come back to me one day(你會回到我身邊,總有一天)"4:41

Plot outline summary[edit]

The story is divided between 1998 and 2019, where the multiple timelines are interspersed. The overall plot is a loop of interlocking loops as the chart followings:

Huang's soul crossed with Chen's body
Chen
Being attacked (1998)
(aged 17)
Chen
Died (1999)
(aged 18)
Huang
Studying in University (2010)
(aged 18)
Huang
Being adult (2019)
(aged 27)
Huang's soul travels back to 2019
Chen gets to know each other
with Li and Mo
(1998)
Mo went to jail
(2000)
Huang in love with Wang (Li)
(2012)
Huang and Li recognize each other
(2019)
Li's soul crossed with Wang
Li
Car accident (2003)
(aged 22)
Mo released from the prison in 2008
Mo suicide in 2010 (aged 27)
Li
Died in 2019
(aged 38)
Wang
Jump off the sea in 2010
(aged 18)
Wang
(Li)

Aviation accident in 2017
Li's soul travels back to 2003
Hsieh Tsung-Ju rescue Chen
Hsieh Chih-Chi attack Chen
(1998)
Hsieh murdered Li
(2019)
Hsieh Chih-Chi's soul travels to his brother Hsieh Tsung-Ju's body
Hsieh Tsung-Ju
in coma at 1998
(aged 17)
Hsieh Tsung-Ju
in 1999
(aged 18)
Hsieh Chih-Chi
Arrested in 2019
(aged 32)
Hsieh Chih-Chi's soul travels back to 2019
  • Note: The last name in the picture above is the abbreviation of those role's full name, which refers to the full name below:
    • Li refers to LI ZiWeiChinese: 李子維).
    • Chen refers to CHEN YunRuChinese: 陳韻如).
    • Mo refers to MO JunJieChinese: 莫俊傑).
    • Huang refers to HUANG YuXuanChinese: 黃雨萱).
    • Wang refers to WANG QuanShengChinese: 王詮勝).

Reception[edit]

Episodes ratings
Chapter Air Date[74] Average Ratings Rank
1 17 Nov 2019 0.54 2
2 24 Nov 2019 0.57 2
3 1 Dec 2019 0.73 3
4 8 Dec 2019 0.83 3
5 15 Dec 2019 0.96 1
6 22 Dec 2019 1.14 1
7 29 Dec 2019 0.92 1
8 5 Jan 2020 1.25 1
9 12 Jan 2020 1.30 1
10 19 Jan 2020 1.55 1
Jan 26, 2020: "Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds" was broadcast during the time slot due to Chinese New Year holidays
11 2 Feb 2020 1.81 1
12 9 Feb 2020 1.83 1
13 16 Feb 2020 2.35 1
Average ratings --
Competing dramas on rival channels airing at the same time slot were:

The reaction of the drama was flat at first, but there was gradually climbed with the rhythm of the plot reverses constantly, the audiences were started to lead a highly discussion at the PTT, and the rating had also risen steadily. The first broadcast ratings of CTV ranks first among the four wireless channels in the same period. Satellite TV Chinese Channel, which is re-broadcast at the following week, it also set a new record of high ratings for 11 years in their same air-time period.[75] The finale was broadcast on 16 February 2020, with an average rating of 2.35 for people who over the age of 4, and a total of 73.5 million viewers nationwide, including the rating of 3.23 among audience aged 22 to 44, and female aged 25 to 39 was regarded as 4.65; The highest point of viewing was the scene at the end, where Li was riding motorcycle with little Huang, and later transformed into the adult Huang. The ratings had reached 2.46; The rating of the finale from various channels has reached a new high in the drama, it had ranked first in the same period of rating.[76] In addition, the keyword of "the finale of Someday Or One Day" was the second place at the Google search ranking in Taiwan.[77] Satellite TV Chinese Channel re-broadcast it on 22 February 2020, with a ratings of 1.01. The rating of the premiere by the exclusive tidbits also ranked first in the same period, which was the highest-rated Taiwanese drama in the past 13 years. According to the statistics of the TV channel, a total of 6.07 million people had watched the drama through TV channels across Taiwan since the beginning of broadcast. In iQiyi Taiwan, it had also surpassed from 10 million internet clicking rates.[78]

This drama had been broadcast in more than 100 countries around the world and it was translated into multiple languages.[79][46] As of February 2020, there were more than 30 million views accumulated at the Taiwanese OTT platform; On Tencent and iQiyi, the audio-visual platform in mainland China, the number of views had exceeded 700 million times; The total number of clicks on the global legal audiovisual platform was estimated up to 800 million; The overseas copyrights are sold to more than 100 countries and regions, and those were translated into 12 languages, including English, French, Japanese, Korean, and Thai.[80]

After the drama was broadcast in mainland China platform, it had received a good reputation and discussion rate, with scored in high ratings on various media sites.[81] There were more than 6 billion readings on the topic of "Someday Or One Day" at Sina Weibo.[82] It had ranked the first at the list of keyword search in Korean search engine Naver after the drama had been aired on cable TV in South Korea.[83] The drama was subsequently well received and triggered a lot of discussion.[84]

"Someday Or One Day" had several peripheral products launched by Shui-Ling Culture & Books, such as photo-books, novels, handbooks, those were all tailor-made for the drama. The response was enthusiastic among the original novels. The 5,000 copies of the first edition pre-ordered had been sold out upon it was launched, therefore 5,000 additional copies were printed. The publisher revealed that, the prepaid royalties of authorized novels, photobooks, handbooks amounted to approximately 2 million TWD.[77] The "Limited Hardcover Edition" of TV soundtrack for the drama was released by the Rock Records, the paperback edition of the soundtrack was released simultaneously after the limited edition of 8,000 copies were sold out.[83] The TV soundtrack had won the championships of many rankings in Taiwan, and airborned the first place in the sales record of the Hong Kong Record Merchants Association.[85]

Wu Bai's song "Last Dance" which was released in 1996, became popular again after the drama was broadcast.

Wu Bai & China Blue's "Last Dance" was throughout the episode, the song which became very popular after the drama had been aired. The click rate of its music videos on YouTube had increased rapidly.[86][87] After the finale was aired, "Someday or One Day", the opening song had won the champion of the Western Singles Daily Chart in KKBOX, the ending song "Miss You 3000" reelected for the championship of the Chinese singles daily chart, and the song "Last Dance" also scored to the top five at the same time.[88] Two months after the drama had been ended, the episode "Last Dance" counterattacks the first runner-up of the Chinese single track-list; the opening song "Someday or One day" had won the champion of 10 consecutive days in the Western singles chart; and the ending song "Miss You 3000" had won the 48-day championship in KKBOX's Chinese single track list, with the champion of sixth consecutive week in the Chinese single weekly chart.[89] As of July 2020, the ending song "Miss You 3000" had won the championship at the KKBOX Chinese annual cumulative list in the first half of the year, and the episode "See Your Voice", "One Day" and "Escape" were also on the list.[90]

Ratings and effects[edit]

Audience Rating
Media Highest rating
Facebook 5/5[91]
LINE TV 4.9/5[92]
HamiVideo 4.8/5[93]
Viki 9.5/10
Tencent 9.5/10[56]
Douban 9.2/10[94]
IMDb 8.6/10[95]
iQIYI 8.3/10[55]

The film critic "Bird(雀雀)" was highly praised after reviewing the complete works with the screening. She believes that "Someday Or One Day" was the successor of another drama "The World Between Us", that was a high scores regardless of the aspects in terms of drama structure, overall completeness, and the performance of actors. She expressed that the plot was much more deeper and wider than she had imagined. The drama as a whole was quite average and error-free under the accommodating of multiple elements and performance. She also believed that the vocabulary used within the drama had been achieved, and the details were stood up for inspection.[2]

Another film critic MAPLE believed that the theme design was very unique which combined with fantasy, suspense and romance, instead of two elements were put together, they had put the suspense puzzle solving inside the theme of romance. Regarding the performance of the actor, he said that Hsu had a good tacit understanding with the director Huang since they had worked in the "Attention, Love!". In addition to his previous breakthrough performance at "Nowhere Man", he believed that Hsu was not only made a delicate distinction between Li Zi-Wei and Wang Quan-Sheng during the high school days, he had also hid the complex memories and emotions in different periods of the character. At the same time, Hsu's charm was also exerted to the extreme under the skill of the director, making him as the biggest bright spot in the drama. Patrick Shih had showed his handsome and sunny side within "Crossover". MAPLE believes that his performance in this drama also impressed him. The role of Mo was introverted and considerate, it made him to show the different temperament and complex performance details from his previous works; MAPLE said that the actress Alice Ko was performing the heroine Huang Yu-Xuan, the character which was tailor-made for her in the drama, the character looks like a fish back in water. However, he believed that she got lightly laborious at the part of interpreting of high school student Chen Yun-Ru, leading the sparks of the hero and heroine in high school on and off throughout the drama, there was the deficiencies he pointed out. MAPLE gave a good evaluation of the overall performance of the drama. He thought that "Someday Or One Day" was a love idol drama that above the standard, it was interesting at the part of mystery, suspense, puzzle solving and romance, it was indeed handled quite well. It had a stable level in shooting and performance.[96]

The production team had broke through the formulation of Taiwanese dramas, and embarking on a new path through the new theme of crossing, and relying on the plot withstand scrutiny, it can even be said to set a milestone for the Taiwanese drama.

── Movie Search(電影神搜)[97]

The drama critic Lin Mei-Ling expressed that "Someday Or One Day" was second to none in terms of the theme of the story, the structure of the script, narrative method and the performance of the actors. It was both a story about missing and a drama that explored the sense of existence and sadness. For the actors, Lin believed that the slender figure of Ko, and her crystal-clear eyes, with her excellent acting skills, which was portrayed the different stages of a girl being woman; Hsu act as brilliant life of a high school student, the youth of college student and the affectionate and steady state of a man; Patrick Shih had interpreted the innocence of high school student and shown up the restrained of a mature men. Kenny Yen was interpreted vividly with the anti-social personality of a high school student, and the physical and mental physician Hsieh Chih-Chi; Da-her Lin acting alive with the secondary school boy who nonchalant about his family but caring deeply in fact. Lin said that there had not existed the problem of the sense of discomfort for inverse performance of age at the drama, she was also thought that the success of the drama was credited to having great scripts and excellent actors.[98]

The media producer Ke Zhi-Yuan was praised both the screenwriters Jian and Lin for their outstanding skills, the first was they've told a story with a stable and meticulous structure in a layer of a blurred intricate story, and secondly was many key messages were laid out and hidden within the drama. He mentioned that Wu Bai's "Last Dance", which throughout the drama that played the subtle role of timeline jumping within the plot. He also believes that "Miss You 3000" was a work written mostly in "Characters Growing inside the Story". For the performance of the actors, Ke was praised Ko for the interpretation of multiple personalities of two roles, she had completed the tough challenge with solid weight; And the role of Li that portrayed by Hsu that was opposing the right way, acting with vigorous and energetic, he made the audiences were expected to see a delicate look on Wang or middle-aged Li, which were more restrained and genuine, and praised his performance as "the integration of actor and drama"; In the end, Ke said that the appearance of Shih was pleasing, and it was a surprise and a bright spot in the drama. The character of Mo was requires further subtext, he was relatively depressed outwardly, but he was actually covered by more sensitive and darker waves of thinking than his actual age. Shih had unfolded his rare early wisdom in perception at a few scenes with clash of outbreak and forbearance.[99]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Ceremony Category Nominee Result
2020 55th Golden Bell Awards[100] Best Television Series Someday Or One Day Won
Best Leading Actor in a Television Series Greg Hsu Nominated
Best Leading Actress in a Television Series Ko Chia-yen Won
Best Director in a Television Series Huang Tien-jen Nominated
Best Writing for a Television Series Jian Qi-Feng, Lin Xin-Hui Won
Best Innovation Program Someday Or One Day Won
2nd Asian Contents Awards[101][102] Best Creative Someday Or One Day Nominated
Best Asian Drama Someday Or One Day Nominated
Asian Academy Creative Awards 2020[103][104][105] Best Original Screenplay Chi-Feng Chien, Hsin-Huei Lin Nominated
25th Asian Television Awards[106][107] Best Direction (Fiction) Huang Tien-Jen Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Chien Chi-Feng, Lin Hsin-Huei Nominated
Best Theme Song "Someday Or One Day" by Shi Shi Won
2020 Tencent Video All Star Awards Promising Actor of the Year Greg Hsu Won

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