The Tornado Girl is also known as The Whirlwind Girl which was based on a novel.
Genre: School, Youth, Sports, Taekwando, Romance
Released Date: July 2015
Drama: 32 episodes
- Yang Yang as Ruo Bai
- Hu Bingqing as Qi Baicao (Tornado Girl)
- Chen Xiang as Fang Tinghao
- Bai Jingting as Yu Chuyuan
- Zhao Yuannuan as Fang Tingyi
- Tan Songyun as Fan Xiaoying
The Tornado Girl – Chinese Drama Review & Summary
The Tornado Girl was widely received in China when it was shown garnering number one slot throughout its whole season.
I can understand why because of Yang yang first and foremost and his chemistry with the lead girl, Hu Bingqing.
I was ready to watch the second season but I just can’t make myself face it. Tornado Girl without Yang Yang was just unthinkable even if the replacement was the gorgeous Korean actor Ji Chang-wook. Strangely the lead girl was also replaced by An Yuexi.
Anyway Tornado Girl is about the coming of age of an orphan girl, whose parents died in a fire. She was ‘adopted’ by a fallen Taekwando hero, who taught her the basics of the sport.
There are three gorgeous guys vying for her attention. There was the medic, Yu Chuyuan, and the playboy and rich Fang Tinghao plus the heartstoppingly good-looking Ruo Bai, who supported her throughout her growth as the Tornado Girl.
RuoBai collapsed in the end because of congenital heart disease. He might have died but Baicao is convinced that he was flown to the States for medical surgery.
So be prepared to be heartbroken towards the end.
However don’t let this put you off from watching this excellent drama. The Taekwando stunts were really amazing. It is very encouraging to take the sports up after watching this drama. 🙂 The romance was the cutest, well Yang yang force is undeniable.