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I just finished watching Curse of the Royal Harem. I won’t lie, I was pretty disappointed in it. It wasn’t all that exciting. Myolie Wu, who typically plays good hearted characters, portrayed an “evil” woman in this drama but it wasn’t very believable to me. Myolie’s character was mostly just jealous of Jessica Hsuan’s character. Jessica Hsuan’s character, Yi Lan, was supposed to be the favorite, but I actually didn’t quite like her character either. This drama left something to be desired. My favorite parts of this drama definitely had to do with Joel Chan and Myolie Wu. Their love story was the sweetest and pretty much the best part of the drama. This drama didn’t intrigue me like I thought it would. Nancy Wu was quite evil in this drama, which matched her character quite well. I’m not a big fan of Nancy either.
The only thing I wonder is why status is so important to the Chinese. Why must they feel superior to one another at all times? They’re supposed to be one family and yet they spend their trying to destroy one another. It reminds me of modern day Asian families as well. Think about it. We’re always put under pressure to be better than the person next to us and I’m not sure if it’s an Asian mentality, which it seems so, or if it’s humans in general. Although, I do see this quality most in Asians. They go to such lengths to be better than one another, but why?
This drama brings to my attention the flaws of the Chinese, most definitely. I can’t say there was much about Curse of the Royal Harem that I liked very much. Perhaps I’ll like the next drama more.