Singles Villa (2015– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Romance


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Luxury living at it finest is offered to eight uber rich single men and women. The catch? Fall in love and face eviction. Asked to masquerade as her interior designer friend, small-time ... See full summary »


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26 January 2019 | talonjensen
7
| uneven, but good
It is a typical Asian show where the couple don't really get together until the last episode, so there is romantic tension throughout.

Throw in a hunt for a serial killer, whom the audience can identify sooner than the characters in the show. Then, some rich family tension over who will lead the company into the future and the current, female head fighting cancer. Also, some revenge from past misdeeds and you have a few plot arcs to watch.

The story is a bit uneven. Some things just didn't make sense, so you just have to accept and look past them. The relationship between the two main characters, Qiao Sheng Yu (Joe Cheng Yuan Chang) and Jiang Ke Xin (Lulu Xu), is awkward, but I think it is supposed to be awkward. I have seen relationships like that in real life. There is the childhood friend, Chi Bo Yuan (Jiro Wang), who tries to defeat their romance, right up until the end. The revenge is mostly embodied in Ke Xin's evil rival Manni (Viann Zhang).

The ending, like most Asian dramas, feels a little rushed. Events happen quickly, with little explanation, in the last few episodes. Most of the characters experience growth and change, although much of that is in the last episode when they are trying to tie things up (denouement). This drama will surprise you, then show you what happened, in a flashback, that you didn't see.

Overall I enjoyed watching it enough to finish it, so good, but not great.

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Release Date:

4 January 2015

Country of Origin

China

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