Love in Taipei is a teen romantic comedy film directed by Arvin Chen from a screenplay by Mackenzie Dohr and Charlie Oh. The film is based on the New York Times’ Best-Selling Novel Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen and it follows an American teenager Ever Wong as she is surprised by her parents with a trip to Taipei, Taiwan for a cultural immersion program. For Ever this trip becomes a chance to make friends, make some mistakes, and fall in love. Love in Taipei stars Ashley Liao, Ross Butler, Chelsea Zhang, and Nico Hiraga.
So, let’s see what we know about Love in Taipei including its cast, when is it coming out, what is it about, and most importantly where can you watch it.
Love in Taipei – When Did it Come Out?
Love in Taipei came out exclusively on Paramount+ on August 10, 2023.
Love in Taipei – How to Watch It?
Love in Taipei is a Paramount+ original film so if you want to watch the YA romantic film, you will have to buy a subscription to the streaming service.
Love in Taipei – What is it About?
The official synopsis for Love in Taipei by Paramount+ is:
“LOVE IN TAIPEI stars Ashley Liao (Physical, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes) as Ever Wong, whose summer takes an unexpected turn when her parents surprise her with a trip to Taipei for a cultural immersion program. Ever is surprised to discover that she hasn’t signed up for homework and history lessons, but instead for a summer-long free-for-all the locals and other students call “Loveboat.” It quickly lives up to its name when Ever finds herself trying not to fall for two attractive but wildly different boys who are vying for her attention, while at the same time finding the courage to defy her parents’ high expectations and pursue her true passion: dancing. ”
Love in Taipei – Who is in It?
The YA rom-com stars Ashley Liao (The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes) as Ever Wong, Ross Butler (To All The Boys franchise) as Rick Woo, Nico Hiraga (Booksmart) as Xavier Yeh, Chelsea Zhang (Daybreak) as Sophie, and Cindy Cheung (13 Reasons Why) as Ever’s Aunt Shu.