Knock Knock Loving You

Knock Knock Loving You (Traditional Chinese: 敲敲愛上你, Pinyin: Qiao Qiao Ai Shang Ni), also known as Quietly Falling in Love with You, is a 2009 romance Taiwanese drama starring Dylan Kuo, Maggie Wu, and Ming Dao. The drama is based on a 2005 Taiwanese romance novel Treasure In The Side (珠玉在側) by Taiwan author Xi Juan 席絹. Filming began on December 23, 2007 on location in Taiwan and Shanghai, China. Filming finished on March 23, 2008. The drama began airing on CTS and GTV on April 12, 2009 on Sunday at 22:00 PM. It finish airing on July 5, 2009 with 13 episodes total.

Knock Knock Loving You
Promo poster
Also known as敲敲愛上你
敲敲愛上你
GenreRomance
Directed byKe Han Chen 柯翰辰
StarringDylan Kuo 郭品超
Ming Dao 明道
Maggie Wu 吳亞馨
Opening themeYou Fly 你飛吧
by Chang Yun Jing 張芸京
Ending themeBlack Dress 黑裙子
by Chang Yun Jing 張芸京
Country of originRepublic of China (Taiwan)
Original languageMandarin
No. of series1
No. of episodes13
Production
Executive producersKe Yi-qín 柯以勤
Su Gui-ying 蘇桂瑩
Production locationsTaiwan, Shanghai China
Running time90 minutes
Production companyDuo Man Ni Ltd. 多曼尼 Ltd
Original release
NetworkCTS
GTV
Release12 April (2009-04-12) –
5 July 2009 (2009-07-05)
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Synopsis edit

Cheng Zhi Ang a mousy looking girl that has admired Cheng Xue Ge, who is a talented violinist, since their university days. But her chance to know him is stolen by another due to her act of kindness. This action causes her to realize the deceits of human nature and not to easily trust others so easily. Cheng Xue Ge is a talented violinist who has lived comfortably all his life, and because of his father's wealth he is able to do what he wants which is to play the violin. That carefree life comes to an end when his father's business goes bankrupt. He soon gives up on being a violinist to take over his father's failing business and encounters the backstabbing and ruthlessness of the business world. To learn how to survive in the business world he asks Zhi Ang for help in teaching him how to be ruthless, but later finds out her cold demeanor is a wall she had built to protect herself. But she is persuaded by Zhao Guan Xi who wants her for her business talent before he can realize if he loves her.

Cast edit

Wei Lin Resort edit

  • Dylan Kuo 郭品超 as Cheng Xue Ge 程雪歌
  • Liu Shang Qian 劉尚謙 as Cheng Zhi Ang 程志昂

Yao Shi Corporation edit

  • Maggie Wu 吳亞馨 as Yao Zi Wang 姚子望
  • Chang Chen-kuang 張晨光 as Yao Wan Chuan 姚萬傳
  • Feng Yuan Zhen 馮媛甄 as Yao Zi Qi 姚子期
  • Ah Mei 阿美 翼勢力 as Yao Hui En 姚匯恩
  • Wu Wen Xuan 吳玟萱 as Hui En's mother
  • Ying Cai Ling 應采靈 as Zi Wang's mother
  • Emma Ni 倪雅倫 as Yao Zi Dai 姚子待
  • Huang Qi Wei 黃琦葳 as Yao Zi Lai 姚子萊

Huang Xin Financial edit

  • Ming Dao 明道 as Zhao Guan Xi 趙冠希
  • Coco Jiang 蔣怡 as Zhao Guan Li 趙冠麗

Others edit

  • Li Xiaolu 李小璐 as Tang Qing Wu 唐清舞
  • Bai Xu Xu 柏栩栩 as Shen Qian 沈謙
  • Amanda Zhou 周曉涵 as Xiao Bu 小步
  • Pang Yong Zhi 龐庸之 as A Zhe 阿哲
  • Xiu Qin 琇琴 as A Zhe's wife 哲妻
  • Larisa Bakurova 瑞莎 as Guan Xi's girlfriend 冠希女友
  • Zhou Zi Jun 周子俊 as Zi Dai's husband 子期夫
  • Guo Shi Lun 郭人豪 as gangster Zheng
  • Gao Zhen Peng 高振鵬 as Assistant Gao
  • Cai Wang 蔡網 as Tang's father
  • Bei Yuan Shan Mao 北原山貓 as aborigine Taiwanese volunteer

Production credits edit

  • Original novel: Zhu Yu Zai Ce (珠玉在側) by Xi Juan 席絹
  • Director: Ke Han Chen 柯翰辰
  • Producer:
    • Ke Yi-qín 柯以勤
    • Su Gui-ying 蘇桂瑩
  • Production company: Duo Man Ni Ltd. 多曼尼 Ltd

Broadcast edit

Channel Country/Location Airing Date Timeslot Notes
CTS Taiwan April 12, 2009 Sundays 22:00 June 14 onward 22:10
GTV April 17, 2009 Fridays 20:00 May 8 onward 21:00
MATV TV Singapore June 12, 2009 Monday to Friday 20:30

Episode ratings edit

Air Date Episode Average Ratings
April 12, 2009 1 0.66
April 19, 2009 2 0.59
April 26, 2009 3 0.68
May 3, 2009 4 0.56
May 10, 2009 5 0.43
May 17, 2009 6 0.42
May 24, 2009 7 0.60
May 31, 2009 8 0.64
June 7, 2009 9 0.55
June 14, 2009 10 0.42
June 21, 2009 11 0.61
June 28, 2009 12 0.61
July 5, 2009 13 0.58
Average ratings 0.57

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References edit

  1. ^ [1] Archived 2013-01-26 at the Wayback Machine ratings. retrieved 2014-02-24

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