It Started with a Kiss is a Taiwanese drama starring Joe Cheng, Ariel Lin and Jiro Wang of Fahrenheit. It was based on the first 10 volumes of the Japanese manga series Itazura na Kiss (イタズラなKiss, Mischievous Kiss) written by Kaoru Tada. It was produced by Comic Productions (可米製作股份有限公司) and directed by. One of the most classic Taiwanese dramas and popular stories, It Started With a Kiss is now on DramaFever! Yuan Xiang Qin (Ariel Lin) is not the brightest girl, but she's in love with genius classmate Jiang Zhi Shu (Joe Cheng). Zhi Shu, none too interested in his admirer, flips her. I originally watched this because of Playful Kiss, hoping to compare the dramas. I am a huge fan of Playful Kiss, but after watching It Started With A Kiss, it surpasses Playful Kiss. First off, the storyline may be close to the same, but ISWAK really goes into depth with the story and the feelings of the characters. ISWAK develops.
*Download version 20 episodes* After an earthquake destroyed Xiang Qin's house, she and her father moved in with the family of her father's college buddy, Uncle Ah Li. To her surprise, the kind and amicable aunt and uncle are the parents of her cold and distant schoolmate Jiang Zhi Shu, a genius with an IQ of whom. 14 Feb Drama Review: It Started with a Kiss (). (Note: I think I may have finally fallen under the spell of Tumblr. Every time I go there, it's like the best party ever— people only talk about things I want to hear about, and I can attend in my pajamas. Sometimes I even post things, if you want to visit.) Grade: B-. Comedy · Academically challenged high-schooler, Yuan Xiang Qin (Ariel Lin) musters up the courage to confess her love to Jiang Zhi Shu (Joe Cheng), a genius with an IQ of , only to be This sequel to "It Started With a Kiss" picks up after the marriage of oddball couple Yuan Xiang Qin (Ariel Lin) and Jiang Zhi Shu (Joe Cheng).
30 Mar TDrama Review: It Started With a Kiss. Note: Most of this review will be comparing to the Korean series Playful Kiss. It is strongly recommended that you read that review or watch that show first. This review will cover both seasons 1 and 2 of this show. The Gist: Yuan Xiang Qin (Ariel Lin) is not good at much.