Saturday, December 17, 2011

Channel U’s Christmas Mooncake

I know, I know. I haven’t been blogging for a long time. Busy. Swamped with work and studies.

But something caught my eye recently. Was channel-surfing when I stumped upon a trailer on Channel U.

The drama titled “Mooncake” was to be aired on Christmas Day. Apparently, it was a co-production between Japan and Singapore, starring Qi Yu Wu and a Japanese actress whom I have never seen before.

I was very curious why the drama was called Mooncake and it was to be played on Christmas day some more… Why don’t they call it log cake? I mean log cake is more in season and maybe more people will watch. :P

Been searching online, but can’t really find why the name “Mooncake”. Anyone wants to share the answer with me?

Channel U Trailer:

Qi Yu Wu looked quite jovial in this video. He seems to have a good time with filming at the fire station. Charming as usual. Haha.


Anonymous said...

Mooncake is a symbol of unity - among friends, lovers, family. The drama is about the bonds that tie people together, especially in times of hardship.

Photosophize [ 影.像.物语 ] said...

Oh really? Thanks for the information!