Lin Yi & Zhou Ye’s “Everyone Loves Me” New Trailer Shows Their Complicated Relationship

Everyone loves me new trailer

To drum up some more excitement for Everyone Loves Me, which is slated to be released on Youku on March 1st, a super delicious trailer just dropped and you guys, it promises swoons and lots of heartwarming moments. 

Based on the MDL description, this 24-episode drama is an adaptation of the novel Bie Dui Wo Dong Xin (别对我动心) by Qiao Yao (翘摇), and it follows our two leads’ super complicated love story.

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Calling it a love triangle would be a stretch, but essentially, Gu Xun (played by Lin Yi from Put Your Head on My Shoulder) turns down Yue Qian Ling (Zhou Ye – Love Me, Love My Voice; Back From The Brink; Scent Of Time; Youth In The Flames of War) because he has feelings for his game buddy who, coincidentally, is Qian Ling. 

Dramatic, right? It definitely is and I’ve been so starved of college romances, so this is a welcome breath of fresh air that I’m going to absolutely relish. 

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What we’ve gotten at the moment is that Qian Ling is very adamant about professing her love to him and she’s absolutely crushed when he rejects her.

The thing is that neither of them is aware that they’re gaming buddies and now that the trailer has been released I’m all the more excited to watch what promises to be a lovely and wholesome drama. 

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Another reason I’m very much excited about this drama is that Lin Yi and Zhou Ye are the most beautiful visual couple and from what we’ve seen in the trailer, these two have the bestest chemistry ever. 

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Watch the trailer here:

What do you think guys? Will you watch Everyone Loves Me? Let me know in the comment section.

As I said earlier, this drama will be available to watch on Youku from March 1st and new episodes will be released every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 

And make sure to keep up to date with all the latest Chinese drama news in the related posts below. 

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