Dominar seu coração (2019) poster
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O talentoso jogador de e-sports Ji Xiang Kong era tão conhecido por sua boa aparência quanto por seu recorde impressionante. Com multidões de fãs rodeando-o onde quer que fosse, Xiang Kong era uma celebridade por direito próprio, mas seu sonho de vencer o campeonato foi destruído quando um mal-entendido quase acabou com sua carreira. Qiu Ying, por outro lado, era uma streamer ambiciosa que sonhava em tornar-se uma comentarista profissional. Cruzando com Xiang Kong em uma competição internacional, Qiu Ying agarra a oportunidade de dar um impulso em sua popularidade. Infelizmente, ela não fazia ideia de que a reputação de Xiang Kong tinha sido gravemente prejudicada, portanto, ao segui-lo, ela também prejudica sua própria reputação. Estando em situações parecidas, Xiang Kong e Qiu Ying se veem forçados a explorar novos caminhos para perseguir seus sonhos e torná-los realidade. Trabalhando juntos, será que esse par improvável encontrará um jeito de transformar seus fracassos em sucesso? Adaptado do romance “Acompanhar você ao topo do mundo” de Nan Ye Lin Er, “Dominar seu coração” é um drama chinês de romance de 2019 dirigido por Sha Wei Qi. (Fonte: Viki) Editar Tradução

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  • País: China
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 35
  • Exibido: Jun 9, 2019 - Jun 12, 2019
  • Exibido em: Segunda, Terça, Quarta, Domingo
  • Original Network: Mango TV
  • Duração: 40 min.
  • Pontuação: 8.2 (scored by 9,618 usuários)
  • Classificado: #1327
  • Popularidade: #641
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Not Yet Rated

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91 pessoas acharam esta resenha útil
Jul 29, 2019
35 of 35 episódios vistos
Completados 16
No geral 8.5
História 8.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Musical 9.0
Voltar a ver 9.0
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This is a LONG review.

I know there are currently two other e-sports dramas airing but I ended up picking this one and loved it. Initially I was also watching Go Go Squid but ultimately dropped that one because I was hoping to see the female lead there pursue her own career. That’s another story for another time.

So, GGS didn't speak to me in that aspect but Qiu Ying (played by Wang Zixuan) in Gank Your Heart did. She isn’t into gaming at first but ultimately finds her calling as a commentator for e-sports. It’s motivating to see her start from being a newbie in the e-sports world to someone who advances to the final championships as one of the main hosts. She is a hard worker, fiercely independent, and knows how to strategically move herself up the ladder in the gaming world without pulling any dirty tricks. She makes no excuses and can be a doormat at certain times, but she isn’t afraid to step up to challenges and obstacles. She can be very loyal to people she loves. On the flip side, I wish she was a more aggressive and confident in herself because she runs away (literally and figuratively) at the first chance she gets when it comes to romance. The male lead chases, of course, but our girl eventually learns to step up to the plate too.

When we meet the male lead Ji Xiangkong (played by Wang Yibo), he is already somewhat of a successful pro player. His reputation slowly tarnishes as he is accused by beating up an opponent, switches teams (not by his own doing), gets entangled in a love triangle with Qiu Ying and his ex-girlfriend Miya, and is accused of divulging game plans prior to a tournament. He goes through multiple challenges but never forgets where he came from and his aspirations. While he’s a top player, he isn’t arrogant and is considered a loyal friend. He’s the type to put friends first so we see him make sacrifices throughout the series. He sounds like the perfect male lead, and sometimes I think he is, until we get to see him handling his relationships with Qiu Ying and Miya (played by Hanna). He’s obviously in love with the former but before he gets the chance to tell her, he refers to her as his girlfriend in front of Miya who still has strong and lingering feelings for him. Of course that doesn’t sit well with our girl Qiu Ying. Here’s where I give her all the credit because she flat out says she doesn’t want to be involved in whatever is between them. So yes, he may be a very good strategist when it comes to gaming but not so great in the romance department.

But what I like about this couple is that they grow together but also separately in their careers. They make a pact to reach the top of the (gaming) world together and they fulfill that.

As for the supporting characters, I will say that they were memorable in their own ways and never once did I felt like I had to skip their parts. Even all the "villains" are worth watching to see what other schemes they have up their sleeves. Each of them has their own purpose and they help shape the main characters’ personal growth and development so that’s why I enjoy them. I also don’t think anyone is actually a true villain here because most of them are jealous of the "winners". In a way, I find it to be realistic because we all have choices to make when we come across people we see as threats. We either choose to let our jealousy take over or we humbly learn from others to better ourselves. I think this drama does a good job in showing both ends of the spectrum.

Now, if you ask me who my favorite supporting character is, I’d probably say Pei Xi (played by Jerry Yan Yuhao) n a heartbeat. In any other drama, his character would have been the second male lead who’s romantically in love with our female lead. In this series though, he’s actually the male lead’s number one fanboy (the other would be Ding Guansen’s Lin Yixuan who is clearly the comic relief character here) and is willing to pretend to be Qiu Ying’s boyfriend so that JXK could focus on gaming instead of getting targeted online for his love triangle mess. PX is perceived as arrogant when he first appears, but the more we see him, the more we realize he’s just saying “senpai look at me” to JXK in a quite endearing way. JXK’s sharp words and rejection is really what PX needs in order to grow up and learn to be a team player. And I have to say, I’m honestly glad they didn’t give him a romance story. He is just way too focused on gaming.

I don’t know if they accurately portrayed the e-sports world since I’m not someone who plays games. There were some criticism from actual gamers, but the counterargument is that it’s an enjoyable and motivational series that might lead some general audience members to develop an interest in the industry. Personally, the gaming scenes really got me fired up. They are intense and actually made me grip the edge of my seat at some points.

Acting-wise, let’s just say that I have little to no expectations when I’m watching a cast of new faces. I initially started this for Wang Yibo (The Untamed makes me do things I normally wouldn’t lol) but was really drawn into the story by the rest of the cast. I can’t say they’re award-worthy performances but they didn’t hurt to watch. The acting is natural and the cast delivered the right amount of emotions expected of their characters and circumstances.

Will I watch this again? I most likely will because I really do like the main couple and the last 7-8 episodes of gaming were really enjoyable.

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68 pessoas acharam esta resenha útil
Jun 13, 2019
35 of 35 episódios vistos
Completados 6
No geral 9.0
História 9.0
Acting/Cast 10
Musical 9.0
Voltar a ver 8.5
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I'm not going to be writing a really long review but I'm just going to say that this drama was so good! This drama made me cry, laugh, feel fuzzy in the inside! If a drama or movie made me cry, then I would rate it a 10/10! Of course there are some flaws but I really enjoyed it! The story was a bit like Love O20 with the game and stuff, the acting was really good it seamed real, music was good too, i would totally rewatch it but probably from the middle onwards.

Overall, I really recommend this drama if you love romance dramas like me. It's really hard to find a good drama that has at least good looking main leads. I hope they would have a season 2 for this drama!

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  • Drama: Dominar seu coração
  • País: China
  • Episódios: 35
  • Exibido: Jun 9, 2019 - Jun 12, 2019
  • Exibido On: Segunda, Terça, Quarta, Domingo
  • Original Network: Mango TV
  • Duração: 40 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Ainda Não Classificado


  • Pontuação: 8.2 (avaliado por 9,618 usuários)
  • Classificado: #1327
  • Popularidade: #641
  • Fãs: 24,275

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