Autumn's Concerto

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    Autumn's Concerto ('Next Stop, Happiness') is a 2009 Taiwanese drama series starring Ady An, Ann Hsu, and Vanness Wu of F4. It was produced by Sanlih E-Television and directed by Wei-ling Chen. The series was filmed from June to December 2009.


    Ren Guang Xi, a cocky law student, seems to lead the perfect life. He's the sole successor to a huge and famous business and is a talented ice hockey player. But in reality, his lonely life lacks joy, laughter and motivation. That is until he meets Liang Mu Cheng, the new bento seller at his school canteen. A harmless bet brings the two together and Guang Xi slowly changes as Mu Cheng teaches him how to give and love. Tragedy strikes when Guang Xi suddenly has to go through a major brain surgery which causes him to lose his memory.


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    Autumn's Concerto was aired in the Philippines on February 14, 2011 (Valentine's Day) starting Monday to Friday at 4:45 pm on ABS-CBN. The schedule was then changed to Saturday morning starting from 9:50 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The drama series ended on September 17, 2011, in the Philippines and UNTV(This 2021)

    The title was changed to I Love You So (Autumn's Concerto), and the characters were changed into English names:

    Liang Mu Cheng to Michelle Liang

    Ren Guang Xi to Stanley Ren

    He Yi Qian to Ingrid He

    Hua Tuo Ye to Toby Hua

    Liang Xiao Le/ Ren Xiao Le to Wacky Liang/ Wacky Ren

    In Japan the drama was aired on Japanese cable channel DATV from February 27 to October 16, 2010 for 34 episodes. It was also re-run on cable channel BS NTV from June 2, 2010 to January 26, 2011.


    Autumn's Concerto was nominated in 2010 for Best Marketing at the 45th Golden Bell Awards in Taiwan. The show has also broken records with its high ratings. Episode 18 (aired on 31 January 2010) achieved a score of 8.23, passing The Prince Who Turns into a Frog to become the second-highest rated Taiwanese idol drama, second only to Fated to Love You.