It’s Aaron Yan’s 32nd Birthday!
I genuinely enjoyed this episode, perhaps because it’s super refreshing to see Bing Bing being the active party for once.
I thought it was a pretty realistic episode, and the past few episodes have been building up to this, but that doesn’t make me any less annoyed.
We are pretty much nearing the end!
I was rather annoyed throughout this episode!
Things sure look chummy for our couple….really?
They. Are. Finally. Together!!!
Suddenly Wang Nuo is in lot’s of trouble!
One of the best episodes thus far! Whatever you want – a heartbreaking secret, jealousy, tears and cuteness overload – we have it.
My new go-to show and it’s not disappointing me!
As you guys know, I’m a huge fan of Refresh Man. I’ve been on a drama lull since that drama ended, so you might have noticed a lack of updates for a few weeks. I apologise for that! Life’s been pretty intense. (I am however, up to date with Doctors. Not too bad thus far!!)
This is one of the better final endings I’ve seen for a Taiwanese drama, in that the resolution for the conflict is left for the final episode and everything else is tied up nicely.
We are taking a step back in the plotting stuffz but I love spending time with the good old couple anyway!
I quite enjoyed this episode although there was a tad too much plotting for my liking, but for the first time, I actually found myself wishing that there was more and I didn’t have to wait until next week to find out what happens.
Finally some good plotting!
Didn’t enjoy this episode quite as much as the last, but what I surprisingly do enjoy is that I now have feelings about Zi Yu…Feelings of dislike yes, but at least I feel something about this character.
I really enjoyed this episode as usual especially with the couple scenes, but this is just a pleasant comfortable watch – don’t place too much hope on the plot!
I really enjoy watching this episode! Finally our couple has come together and even has few ground rules set. I like their dynamics because it is just like how a normal couple would behave!
I hated the first episode but this drama has grown on me ever since!
Let’s leave all my thoughts to the end and dive right into the recap!
I wasn’t actually very impressed with this episode. There were all the great plot developments but it just didn’t feel very new or exciting, and that’s a pity because the next one will be our finale.
Really enjoyed this episode too! It was 50 minutes of pure acting goodness, tears, character development and some answers.
I’M BACK YES I AM. I really enjoyed this episode, which is kind of belated since we are nearing the end of the drama. But what pulled me in was the acting, the tight plot and the conflicts…and oh lots of sympathies and a little rant at the end.
Gotta say that I love the pun on the show’s title!
Forgive me hahaha, I really had all the intentions to recap every single episode after the last one, but real life takes over and I’ve decided to focus on the matters at hand. However, I have some free time now, and I must write this review!
You know, although the China’s cut may not sound very different from the Taiwan’s cut in writing (i.e the recaps produced may not differ that much at all, since I will be skimming over stuff too), I highly recommend watching the Taiwan’s cut if you are someone who wants to be emotionally attached to a show. The China’s cut breezes past all the boring AND exciting stuff so it’s good if you don’t really care about the characters and you just really want to know what happens.
Hohoho I’m not sure how many of you saw this coming, but I’ve basically fallen in love with this drama ever since it was in its infant stage (lol, meaning Episode 2 or 3). This was actually adapted from a novel, written by an author who commonly has other works spun off into dramas (e.g Summer’s Desire). Much as I love this show however, I’m not sure how much I can commit to it yet – if I can recap it regularly until it finishes, or only on an ad-hoc basis. I hope to make it more concise than my usual recaps, so that this leaves me more time to do this on a regular basis.
I quite like this finale! I love it that there was a point to the ending – many drama finales dedicate 60 minutes to pure happy endings, which is great because on top of seeing the main couple being lovey dovey and sweet for an hour, I almost always stop having drama blues haha. I think a good ending does it just right in the sense that it satisfies you with enough couple time but leaves you wanting to see more of them. I know I will definitely miss this couple and the entire cast a lot!! Note: long recap ahead, do let all the screenshots load first!
I don’t know how they do it, but in my honest opinion, each episode just gets better in this show! And that ending, wow great editing that foreshadows what’s going to come in the next episode (finale) and yet manages to end this episode on a cliffhanger of sorts. And I thought I signed myself up for some Ferris Wheel, pleasant rom-com ride from Episode 1 to 20. This episode just proved me wrong with its thriller bits hahahaha (disclaimer: author’s heart is *really* weak so what thrills her may not thrill you hoho). Lots of screenshots and possibly long recap coming ahead!