Hello and welcome to Extravagant Sky, TheFanlistings.org-approved site for the Taiwanese Drama “Hi My Sweetheart,” also known as 海派甜心, or “Hai Pai Tian Xin.” Sometimes this is also translated as “Play Boy and Sweetheart” or “Shanghai Sweetheart.”
The series ran for 14 episodes on CTS and GTV in China and Taiwan, and stars Show Luo, Rainie Yang, and Lee Wei.
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About the Series
“Hi My Sweetheart” (海派甜心) is a 14-episode romantic-comedy that aired on Sundays on the CTS and GTV channels in China and Taiwan from November 1st 2009 to January 31st, 2010, during the 10 – 11:30 p.m. timeslot. It stars Show Luo as Lin da Lung/Hsueh Hai, Rainie Yang as Chen Bao Chu, his angry-at-the-world, misunderstood sweetheart, and Lee Wei as Bao Chu’s senior from high school.
The Drama Wiki synopsis reads:
Hsueh Hai was a certifiable dork when he first arrived in Hangzhou. After his schoolmate Bao Chu saved him from bullying, she became his first love. Then, a misunderstanding caused them to lose contact when she moved back to Taiwan. He thought she dumped him. So he transformed himself from a dork to a hunk in order to seek revenge.
The series has been subtitled by Much Ado, and more information is available via D-Addicts. You can also buy the DVD boxed set, which is subtitled in English from YesAsia.com, which came out March 5, 2010.
About this Fanlisting
It’s named Extravagant Sky after the translated lyrics from the opening song, “Head Over Heels in Love” (愛瘋頭/Ai Feng Tou):
An extravagant sky for you to spend as much as you’d like
I’m head over heels for you, to obsession
An extravagant life for you to enjoy as much as you’d like
I’m head over heels for you, ready to roam the streets
It was approved by the TV Shows category of TheFanlistings.org on February 5th and opened on February 15th, 2010. It was migrated to WordPress from the Enthusiast script on December 8, 2017.