But while in the Korean drama he is just like a friend to ML1, in this version he is a fierce ally of FL1 and she often comes to him when she is having trouble. He’s gay and, while usually you can’t tell (it isn’t like he’s walking around in a dress), he will go WAY OVER THE TOP whenever he needs to distract someone or just wants them out of his office.I love how he is always vaguely perverse and loves to creep people out 🙂 It’s worth a lot of laughs!Also, though it could just be an issue with the writing, I can’t tell if his character is supposed to be gay and wants HLTM (Lee Hyun Woo) to turn out to be gay as well, or if he’s just angry about something I’m missing.There is definitely something I’m not following and that’s throwing off the acting score for me, but most likely it’s the acting. plays FL1, who became a track star and overcame her obesity, inspired by Wu Chun (ML1).They are surrounded by a quirky/fun group of friends who live in the dorms, and the dorm leader, who also does what they can to help out.The Korean version has a kind of female villain, I don’t remember one in the Taiwanese version or Japanese version, but they’re not important.
I don’t remember a lot about this, I think I made it like 5 episodes in, but I just really don’t like the Japanese version.The only actor I’m counting off here is Hwang-Kwang Hee, who is a member of the group of dorm friends.Everyone’s performance is very down-to-earth and realistic, but his character tends to go over-the-top a lot.The story takes a great turn early on when ML1 figures out that his “male” roommate is actually female, but he decides to keep the secret (and I think the Taiwanese version has him using his knowledge to put the girl in awkward situations he finds funny).Oh, and of course there is a rival for ML1 who tries to sabotage his return to the sport.Also worth noting: This version contains Dansen Tang, who is my favorite Taiwanese actor, as the head of the dorm. Another person who deserves special mention is Tang Zhi Ping, who plays Mei Tian, the school’s health official.He figures out the girl’s secret by like the second episode in every version, just BTW, and keeps the secret.Wu Chun, also known as Wu Zun, is one of the members of the popular Taiwanese band group Fahrenheit (飛輪海). Originally a model in Singapore, Wu Chun debuted in his first Taiwanese drama in "Tokyo Juliet" in 2006 alongside Ariel Lin. Become a moderator for Wu Chun's profile - contact us to apply!However, it was not until he starred in another Japanese manga adaptation in 2007, "Hana Kimi", with S. Sunny Girl 2011 as Di Ya Xin (Taiwanese Dramas) Hot Shot 2008 as Wu Ji Zun (Taiwanese Dramas) Hana Kimi 2007 as Zuo Yi Quan (Taiwanese Dramas) Romantic Princess 2007 as Nan Feng Jin (Taiwanese Dramas) The X-Family 2007 as Huo Yan Shi Zhe 火焰使者 (Taiwanese Dramas) Tokyo Juliet 2006 as Ji Feng Liang (Taiwanese Dramas) KO One 2005 as Tian Hong Guang 田弘光 KO.She gets to the school and immediately ends up on the bad side of ML1, who is bitter and angry at pretty much everyone. A friendly neighboring student, HLTM (Hopeless love triangle member), falls for her immediately, but thinking she is a guy it makes him question his sexuality, since he just can’t get her out of his head.The story revolves around her trying to help ML1 find the courage and drive to return to his sport (now that he’s fully healed) while maintaining her cover as a boy, her friendship with HLTM, and the strange/quirky school doctor, who figures out her secret pretty damn quick but lets the madness continue.