We’re All Afraid of Pain by Wilber Pan

(Uploaded by: UNIVERSAL MUSIC TAIWAN 環球音樂)

Song Title: We’re All Afraid of Pain (我們都怕痛)

Music by: Lin Zi Liang (林子良)

Lyrics by: Lin Zi Liang / Wang Ya Jun (林子良 / 王雅君)

Key:
Bold = Original
Blue = Pin Yin
Faded Red = English
Royal Blue = Vietnamese

她說她再也不相信 眞愛
ta shuo ta zai ye bu xiang xin   zhen ai
She said she doesn’t believe in true love anymore
Cô ta nói rằng cô ta không còn tin tưởng vào tình yêu chân thật
我能給的安全感 也用完
wo neng gei de an quan gan   ye yong wan
What I could give her as feeling of security has already been used up
Cảm giác an toàn mà tôi có thể cho cô ta cũng đã dùng hết
原本的孤單 己變成不安
yuan ben de gu dan   ji bian cheng bu an
The original feeling of loneliness has turned into insecurity
Cảm giác cô đơn đã biến thành bất an
像看穿卻又放不下 依賴
xiang kan chuan que you fang bu xia   yi lai
Like being able to see clearly yet couldn’t let go of dependency
Giống như đã nhìn thấu được nhưng không thể buông xuống sự ỷ lại

看著她低頭 勇敢牽著她就走
kan zhe ta di tou   yong gan qian zhe ta jiu zou
Seeing her with her head down, I courageously hold her hand and walk on
Thấy cô ta cúi đầu, tôi dũng cảm nắm tay cô ta và tiếp tục đi
別怕 只要在一起就能穿越黑晝
bie pa   zhi yao zai yi qi jiu neng chuan yue hei zhou
Don’t be afraid, only being together could overcome the dark days
Đừng sợ, chỉ cần gần bên nhau mới có thể vượt qua những ngày u ám
她的眼晴說 愛太迷人卻猜不透
ta de yan qing shuo   ai tai mi ren que cai bu tou
Her eyes say that love is enticing yet couldn’t be guessed
Cặp mắt của cô ta nói lên sự mê ly của tình yêu nhưng không thể đoán được
她的脆弱只有我能 看懂
ta de cui ruo zhi you wo neng   kan dong
Only I could see her vulnerabilities
Chỉ có tôi mới hiểu được sự yếu đuối của cô ta

我們都怕痛 但又好想試著牽手
wo men dou pa tong   dan you hao xiang shi zhe qian shou
We’re all afraid of pain, but still want to try and hold hands
Chúng ta đều sợ đau khổ, nhưng vẫn cứ thử nắm tay nhau
兩個心 隱藏在背後不敢承諾
liang ge xin   yin cang zai bei hou bu gan cheng nuo
Hidden behind the two hearts is the fear of making promises
Ẩn sau hai trái tim là sự không dám hứa
不想再難過 丟棄回憶重新來過
bu xiang zai nan guo   diu qi hui yi zhong xin lai guo
Don’t be sad, discard the memories and start over again
Đừng buồn nữa, bỏ đi những hồi ức và làm lại từ đầu
讓我永遠牽著你 把手給我
rang wo yong yuan qian zhe ni   ba shou gei wo
Let me hold your hands forever, give me your hand
Hãy để tôi vĩnh viễn có thể nắm tay em, hãy trao tay cho tôi

(music)

她說她再也不相信 眞愛
ta shuo ta zai ye bu xiang xin   zhen ai
She said she doesn’t believe in true love anymore
Cô ta nói rằng cô ta không còn tin tưởng vào tình yêu chân thật
我能給的安全感 也用完
wo neng gei de an quan gan   ye yong wan
What I could give her as feeling of security has already been used up
Cảm giác an toàn mà tôi có thể cho cô ta cũng đã dùng hết
原本的孤單 己變成不安
yuan ben de gu dan   ji bian cheng bu an
The original feeling of loneliness has turned into insecurity
Cảm giác cô đơn đã biến thành bất an
像看穿卻又放不下 依賴
xiang kan chuan que you fang bu xia   yi lai
Like being able to see clearly yet couldn’t let go of dependency
Giống như đã nhìn thấu được nhưng không thể buông xuống sự ỷ lại

看著我低頭 她說她願跟我走
kan zhe wo di tou   ta shuo ta yuan gen wo zou
Seeing me with my head down, she said she’s willing to walk with me
Thấy tôi cúi đầu, cô ta nói rằng cô ta nguyện đi cùng tôi
好怕 讓她心碎的痛又反覆折磨
hao pa   rang ta xin sui de tong you fan fu zhe mo
Really afraid that she would be heart-broken once again
Rất sợ rằng cô ta lại bị cõi lòng tan nát
我的眼晴說 笑或淚我都會守候
wo de yan qing shuo   xiao huo lei wo dou hui shou hou
My eyes say that whether in laughter or tears, I would be by her side
Đôi mắt tôi nói lên rằng dù cười hay khóc, tên cũng vẫn ở cạnh cô ta
她是我唯一執著的執著
ta shi wo wei yi zhi zhuo de zhi zhuo
She is my one and only perseverance
Cô ta là sự kiên trì duy nhứt của tôi

我們都怕痛 但又好想試著牽手
wo men dou pa tong   dan you hao xiang shi zhe qian shou
We’re all afraid of pain, but still want to try and hold hands
Chúng ta đều sợ đau khổ, nhưng vẫn cứ thử nắm tay nhau
兩個心 隱藏在背後不敢承諾
liang ge xin   yin cang zai bei hou bu gan cheng nuo
Hidden behind the two hearts is the fear of making promises
Ẩn sau hai trái tim là sự không dám hứa
不想再難過 丟棄回憶重新來過
bu xiang zai nan guo   diu qi hui yi zhong xin lai guo
Don’t be sad, discard the memories and start over again
Đừng buồn nữa, bỏ đi những hồi ức và làm lại từ đầu
讓我永遠牽著你 把手給我
rang wo yong yuan qian zhe ni   ba shou gei wo
Let me hold your hands forever, give me your hand
Hãy để tôi vĩnh viễn có thể nắm tay em, hãy trao tay cho tôi

*All translations were done by DTLCT.

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Year 2015 in Recap

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Oh joy, I’m bringing this back since it’s another year of madness. How did it go? Let’s check the number first, lol. Yes, before I start bragging and realized it wasn’t worth bragging over, lol. But before I actually go into the stats, I would like to thank The New World and iHero for making some of the impossibles happen. Because if it wasn’t for the dramas, I wouldn’t have updated so much or kept it so consistent for the better half of the year. Also, anyone wanting to check out the stat report from WordPress, click here.

Total Posts in 2015: 365 (35% of all time). Yes, I took a challenge of trying to keep up posts for 365 days SO had to brag here. It wasn’t easy and some posts were less impressing than others. However, I think it was already tough that I managed it all year long. For this year, will I be continuing on this pattern? I want to but I would say no. Since quality trumps quantity so I’ll still be updating, still be my random self at times, but I won’t force it as an everyday thing. If it happens, it happens. Now, moving on to the breakdown of different categories.

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Times Updated on People on the Poll
: 284 (78% of overall). I took out Ady and Hu Ge early on so I didn’t feel like I needed to include them in this section. Anyway, because I did the 365-day challenge, everyone benefited–one way or another. However, Achel had a surge, leaving Jun Ya behind with only 22 posts, because Wallace, Joanne, Bianca, and Jacky ended up having more posts than him for the year. That knocked him off top 5 for the year yet didn’t damage his overall record too much. Talking about that, he was the reason why I held off so long of not publishing this post since I needed to calculate some of the posts again. Yet I decided to gamble and take out some and possibly double back next year to correct it all. Oh yeah, I didn’t count general updates for some people, especially those with higher numbers already.
Wallace Huo: 26 (9% of the year)
Janine Chang: 16 (6%)
Vic Chou: 12 (4%)
Joanne Zeng: 25 (9%)
Nicholas Teo: 18 (6%)
Xiu Jie Kai: 12 (4%)
Angela Chang: 12 (4%)
Zhao Jun Ya: 22 (8%)
Yvonne Yao: 7 (2%)
Penny Lin: 16 (6%)
Achel Chang/ Zhang Xin Yu: 34 (12%)
Sophia Chou: 6 (2%)
Ruby Lin: 16 (6%)
Van Fan: 9 (3%)
Eric Suen: 5 (2%)
Bianca Bai: 25 (9%)
Jacky Chu: 23 (8%)

Books Reviews:

Music Reviews:

Movies + TV Series Reviews/Episode Summaries: I will say that I was both proud and also a bit ashamed, because I was cheating for several dramas by inserting placeholders. I was trying to motivate myself to watch faster and/or fill the spaces yet things got in the way and I fell behind once again.

Fan Fiction:

Songs Translations: I think that it was too obvious that it was a Phil Chang year for me. Yes, I love that guy. Okay, mostly his songs, lol. But he is funny. Getting back to this, totally outdone myself on some levels. Overall, I translated 51 songs. OMG, that’s like major achievement for me in this area. The previous year, I only did 12, but that was because I didn’t really take it as a challenge. I think this number will drop the upcoming year since I won’t be forcing myself to update every day.

Chinese: 46

Vietnamese: 5

Side Updates: 130 posts – My randomness seriously has gone way past normal. I didn’t count some of the side stuffs. But The New World and iHero obviously dominated the scene for the beginning of the year.

For this year, I hope to bring out more quality posts, like I said earlier. I also hope to finish up the placeholder posts that I haven’t previously. Wish me luck and see you all next year!

Liao Zhai 2014: Review

Story 1 – Judge Lu (陆判)

Probably the most anticipated for me because of Qiao Zhen Yu yet I felt disappointed in it. Not because of the other cast or anything. I surprisingly liked Alice Ko in here since she hasn’t really clicked for me in her past dramas. Then perhaps it was just the plot or strange characterization that made it hard to relate for me. In here, she was really cute and funny as Qi Ting and was cunning and creepy as Jing Lan. The same for Liu Dong, portraying two roles so seamlessly alongside Alice. However, the plot was just dragging on and on between the Zhu sisters fighting over Tao Yue Ming that it didn’t appeal to me as much. Well, Qi Ting wasn’t fighting with her sister, but it seemed to shuffle back and forth between the love story so I wasn’t as interested in it as I would have.

Story 2 – Heaven and Earth (乾坤)

Surprisingly good. I was having doubts of this pairing of Cecilia Han Xue and Chen Long. Yet their chemistry was quite good. I enjoyed their story more because the combinations of the battle in the demon realm and how the story eventually played out. What was funny was how my mom (who is a major fan of Norman Chui) thought that he was just in here for some side, unimportant character that needed to be rescued. However, when the twist came around, it was indeed quite chilling. It was a nice twist though. He had to be the big, bad guy. How could he just stand aside and play some small role, right? Nice. Bitter sweet ending, but it wasn’t too tragic. Well, it was when the ending was unknown. But once the last scene rolled around, it wasn’t too bad.

Story 3 – Heng Niang (恒娘)

The chemistry between Lin You Wei and Kimi Li was so cute. At least initially. Having done the translations for the plot summary, I had expected the inevitable. However, that didn’t stop me from enjoying their cute moments. How she hugged him when she finally arrived at the town. He was so happy and hugged her back. Then there was also the part where she tried to act all civilized and polite with the courtesy, so of course she didn’t eat as much. It was so funny watching her trying to find food and then finding food at last. I totally sympathize. How could anyone eat so little? The cutest part was how he placed a cup of water/tea on the table. It showed that the person whom prepared the special midnight dinner for her was him. So she hugged him, so touched. Only he would understand her. It was really cute and nice. He told her not to hold back since it was her house after all, so she could eat all that she wanted. Indeed, so cute. It was hard to see how he could betray her later on. Yet when the scenes finally came around regarding the betrayal, I realized that it wasn’t what was let on in the summary. There were many factors to think about. So in the end, I sort of forgive them for the mess. I felt that after all that was said and done, Heng Niang and Tian Fu belonged together.

Poor James Wen, once again had to play the bad guy. Yet I think for this type of short story, it was all right. He didn’t disappoint. After all, they needed to cut Lin You Wei some slacks, considering how he had to play some not so likable characters in the past. It was about time he stepped out of the shadow, right? Somewhat dramatic but was entertaining enough with a mixture of fantasies and all. Not to mention how they got past the ‘time travel’ thing! LOL! If only it was that obvious to cut out, right? Nicely done.

Story 4 – Lian Suo (连琐)

Hilarious. At least at first. Because of how Royce Wong’s character, Yang Yu Wei, was so freaked out by the ghost haunting his new house. It was insane. He tried everything but it didn’t work. He tried to reassure his brother that he was fine, but of course, he was far from fine. The story was quite intriguing at various points, with both sweetness and bitterness. Plus other very terrifying aspects, once again visiting the theme of people sometimes are scarier than ghosts/demons.

Story 5 – Ye Sheng (叶生)

Sad, so sad. But it wasn’t too frustrating. Okay, it was in a way since there was a little more time before the ending yet the main guy died. But I think it wasn’t for nothing. The prince grew up still remembering him and still referred to him as his father. Talking about that, I especially like the relationship between Medic Ye and the young prince as father and son.

There were twists and turns about the plot and the unexpected thing led others to realize sometimes things weren’t what they were seen. Even if you think you got the story straight. A very touching story on many levels.

Story 6 – Kingdom of Female Demons (夜叉国)

*Can’t find it, will go back later since I am quite intrigued by this story after translating the summary.

Story 7 – The Flower Spirit (花姑子)

*Might go back later. (If I can find it.)

Story 8 – Maiden In Green (绿衣女)

Interestingly my favorite story among all. I was just curious how Bianca would fend and how the story would be. I also have doubts about her pairing up with Calvin Li. Yet they were awesome. I loved them from the start. Their story was touching and quite real. I meant aside from the whole fantasy elements, lol. I know, sounds ironic. But their relationship with living in the mountains and taking care of his mom as a family was quite nice. Then the other elements made it quite tragic. What was nice about it was how the Taoist wasn’t such an uptight, not knowing the gray areas–like some other stories in the past had led on. He was quite cool and knew that there were actually good demons as well, not just outright lumping them all together. At least, it was when he realized what was going on after the initial disagreement. What was a bit ironic about the situation was how she was the demon at the beginning of the story yet in the end, he was the demon. How could they work it out? Well, I guess they waited for so long, they would find a way to get past that obstacle as well. Not to mention how they needed her father’s approval too.

So conclusion? I think it’s clear that story #8 is my ultimate favorite. Then story # 2, #5, #4, #3, and #1–in that order. It’s because I haven’t watched the other two yet so I couldn’t place them. But will go back for those later and possibly change my answer. Anyway, I would’ve placed #3 higher but I think because of some repeated stuffs, I want to switch it out. Although #4 was quite frustrating at some points too, but I think the overall sort of made it worthwhile. Even if it was really tragic. Number #3, only found Lin You Wei and Kimi Li cute. Although the story with the fox demons was intriguing but also frustrating so I didn’t care for it as much. And I already explained why #1 is so low on the list.

Liao Zhai 2014: Heng Niang (恒娘)

At the county town, there were a set of ongoing murders. The official Hong Tian Fu (Lin You Wei)’s wife, Heng Niang (Kimi Li), on her way traveling from the villages to the county town unexpectedly met with a weird old woman, a wine addict (Fan Xiao Bo). Both parties treated one another like old friends upon that first meeting. Heng Niang’s inability to change her village girl habits and personalities had caused Tian Fu to lose face wherever she went. Fortunately, through the weird old woman’s teaching, Heng Niang had changed from inside out to a new person. The person responsible for the deaths around town was a fox demon Di Lun (James Wen). Because he was trying to turn into an immortal thus letting Heng Niang fall into his trap and eventually losing herself, turning into a very fierce and coldblooded person. So the weird old woman was actually Heng Niang’s former self. That one year, having to face her husband’s changed heart and her failed suicide attempt, she went into the mountains and had successfully mastered the immortality technique and turned into an immortal fox. She originally thought that she could change her life by returning to the past and mentoring her past self thus starting anew yet ended up losing the most precious of all, her humanity.

Huyện thành liên tiếp xảy ra những vụ án có liên quan tới mạng người. Vợ của huyện lệnh Hồng Thiên Phúc (Lâm Hữu Uy) là Hằng Nương (Lý Kim Minh), trên đường từ nông thôn đi tới huyện thành bất ngờ gặp phải một bà lão quái lạ, coi rượu như mạng (Phạm Tiểu Ba). Hai bên mới gặp nhau nhưng coi nhau như đôi bạn cũ. Hằng Nương vì không đổi được tánh nết của một cô gái nông thôn nên đi tới đâu cũng khiến Thiên Phúc mất mặt. May thay nhờ lão bà quá lạ kia chăm sóc dạy bảo nên Hằng Nương từ trong ra ngoài đã rực rỡ hẳn lên. Kẻ tạo ra những vụ án mạng kia chính là hồ yêu Địch Luân (Ôn Thăng Hào). Vì tu luyện tiên pháp cho nên để cho Hằng Nương rơi vào tinh tâm kế của hắn khiến Hằng Nương dần dần mất đi tự ngã và trở nên tâm tánh cay độc. Bà lão quái lạ kia hóa ra là Hằng Nương của ngày xưa. Năm đó vì đối mặt với sự thay lòng của chồng mình và vì tự sát không thành nên đã vào núi tu luyện thành hồ tiên. Đáng lẽ nghĩ rằng có thể quay về quá khứ để có thể dạy cho bản thân cách thay đổi chính mình và có một cuộc sống mới. Ai ngờ đã mất đi thứ quý nhứt, chính là nhân tính.

*All information were from Baidu, and all translations were by DTLCT.

*All images were collected around the net hence belonging to their rightful owners.

Endless Love: Line 15

*WARNING*: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD. If you DO NOT want to be spoiled, please DO NOT read. You have been warned.

They cheated again but not some random scene, just that they were several minutes more over with repeating the previous episode’s ending scene. It’s okay though. Last episode so they needed more time to stretch the last episode. To get some things out of the way, Xin Jie got the message from Min Shuo and rushed in to talk to Jing Hao, pouring her hearts out, etc.

As for Min Shuo, he couldn’t stand it anymore after some hesitation and reconsideration. During one of the walks with Rui En, he couldn’t stand how she kept saying that Jing Hao was despicable and was only thinking of money. Not to mention how her father wanted them to get married. Though he really wanted to be with Rui En, but I guess after what he’d seen Jing Hao sacrificing for Rui En, he had to say it. His conscience wouldn’t let him? ‘Cause before, he had thought Jing Hao was the bad guy too, but after that little conspiracy, he’d seen to understand Jing Hao more. He told Rui En what really happened so they went to the hospital to see Jing Hao but found his bed empty. That was when they went to the company to ask for words of Jing Hao. NoQ volunteered to go with Rui En and Min Shuo to Jing Hao’s place to find him gone.

Meanwhile, Xin Jie was seen having a meeting with her mother. She finally got the courage to severe her ties with her mother and fight for her own freedom. She was leaving and was also seeking legal help so her mother wouldn’t and couldn’t control her anymore. The mother totally lost this time yet I don’t pity her because Xin Jie never learned or received any love from her so how could Xin Jie give it back?

Min Shuo managed to persuade Rui En to head home and think up of a new plan. One of Kun Ge’s henchman approached them and gave them a package. It was specifically for Rui En, an answer to his strange comment the other day when they were captured and then released. What was inside was an old fashion recorder. It was compact but effective because it held all the evidence to which Rui En’s father had confessed to Kun Ge as to why he’d done so much these past years. The crime of Rui En’s father did not extend from the accident he’d caused toward Jing Hao’s mother. That was really an accident, and he couldn’t really be blamed. Yet what made the whole thing despicable was kidnapping Jing Hao’s father and hiding him all these years so Jing Hao and Rui En wouldn’t get married. Song Wan Ji’s reason for sabotaging the marriage was that he fear Rui En would suffer after they married because Jing Hao might abuse her or do other things to her because of what her father did–just for revenge. Yet he had miscalculated and things had gone haywire. If he hadn’t mess with Kun Ge, he would’ve succeeded. Yet the truth must be revealed after all, right?

The confrontation between Rui En and her father was really emotional. Her father’s image was completely ruined in her heart. It wasn’t just about choosing the one she loved and her father, but about ruining Jing Hao’s family’s life and then eventually causing grief for them all. Things had gone out of control and he hadn’t expected some of the dramas. But he was the driving force of the whole thing. I felt Sandrine did extremely well at that scene. She doesn’t cry pretty, she never did. But that was what made it so emotional and more realistic. After that confrontation, she left the place–with Min Shuo and NoQ chasing after her.

With so much happening and how she couldn’t find Jing Hao anymore, it was hard to blame her for breaking down completely. Everything in her life was a big joke, especially how her father was such a person. I think what she said was true though, by doing all those, he only loved himself and not her because hadn’t she suffered so much too? Min Shuo took over and encouraged her on, not wanting her to give up after hearing her devastated rant.

After disappearing for days, Xin Jie finally appeared again and even contacted them. First Min Shuo and then the others to inform them about the wedding, wanting them to come and give their blessings to the two–her and Jing Hao that was. NoQ wanted to break the phone yet it was Xue Zhe’s, LOL! NoQ said the screen of Xue Zhe’s phone was bigger? LOL!

What got even funnier was how NoQ and the gym owner were arguing over whether NoQ should sabotage the wedding or not. Yet they ended up killing each (not really but were just reacting too strongly) because NoQ was saying the gym owner wasn’t any better off than him–appearance wise–and that the gym owner looked like a gorilla. Man, that was priceless! One of the scenes worth laughing over. They were too cute and hilarious. Something to ease off the tension with?

The wedding finally arrived and most of the key characters were there to attend the wedding. Though some were reluctant, just wanting to see some type of show or maybe voiced their objection like NoQ. Possible. Yet Min Shuo was looking all relaxed when he came with Rui En? Was he changing back to a character where he was thinking about his own happiness? Kind of impossible since he’d made quite an effort to help Rui En. Or was that another point scoring scheme? Before anyone else could figure it out, Rui En was pulled away by Xin Jie to the dressing room. Xin Jie wanted Rui En to help her with something, which we do not know yet–not quite.

The ceremony soon started and Jing Hao was forced to play the game with the application they created to ensure that the person he was marrying would be his fated other half. Jing Hao, we know, had tossed his phone toward Kun Ge during that one confrontation so he didn’t have his anymore. Kun Ge soon reached into his pocket and fetch it for him, tossing the phone to him. So they were ready. No detection or reaction from the software at first while they waited. Jing Hao said the application was only made to seek for a dating partner, it didn’t have anything to do with marriage. But before he could say further, his phone finally responded and it was successful. He and his bride to be was indeed fated to be together.

The big surprise everyone hadn’t know about was that the bride to be was Rui En, not Xin Jie. Jing Hao was confused and so were some of the parties who had arrived to witness the wedding. Xin Jie soon appeared to explain that she had dumped Jing Hao because the application said he wasn’t suitable for her hence allowing him to be with his destined person, which was Rui En. That meant that Xin Jie was in on that conspiracy with Min Shuo when they met up that one time. He’d planned everything with her to the point of making sure everyone got together and attended the wedding that day. After learning those few details, NoQ raised his hand up to say that he had no objections, lol. As of the others, of course they had no objections as to Jing Hao and Rui En’s marriage. One of the funniest responses was Kun Ge’s 800% support and that he announced their application had succeeded with its purpose. (Great time for advertising their product, eh? LOL!) Yet Jing Hao, himself, objected. What? Weird, eh? But he repeated his words with saying the application they created only proved to find a match for dating, not marriage. He wanted to ask others to give him their blessing instead, specifically Min Shuo. Min Shuo took up the role and asked Jing Hao to tell them how much he loved Rui En before he could give his blessings. So Jing Hao took up the challenge and told everyone present about their story.

After Jing Hao’s recounts, Xue Zhe continued with the usual questions between the bride and groom. Rui En replied ‘I do’ before Xue Zhe was finished while Jing Hao told Xue Zhe to shut up. That sort of scared him (and possibly the guests) but Jing Hao soon told Xue Zhe to finish up with the ceremony and that if anyone was objecting, he would kill them. (LOL!)  Rui En could finally smile and joke with Jing Hao naturally–like once upon a time. The funniest was seeing how hard she hugged him that his wound got affected by the force, which she didn’t care since she declared she didn’t want to let go of him again. Funny that everyone was yelling for them to kiss–and Jing Hao responded by saying like he needed them to say it. Yup, a happy ending indeed.

Some of the things near the ending were a bit rushed yet we could guess that Xin Jie had seen what was going on or at least realized some of the things after what happened so she decided to give up? Then there was Min Shuo finally understanding what type of person Jing Hao really was, so of course he had no objection. Not to mention how small he must have felt to misunderstand Jing Hao and how much Jing Hao could sacrifice for Rui En. So he got together with Xin Jie and planned it up to the wedding. (I want to take this opportunity to praise Lin Yo Wei again. I seriously, seriously had underestimated him. Yes, I’m making up for past wrongs with scolding him and not even going back to change some comments ’cause I wanted it to reflect my emotions while watching those parts. Now, I just want to say that he seriously brought out his character well with unwilling to lose, to the point that he could resort to some other means, causing grief to others and himself. Then the genuine, concern look later on was totally convincing, not the arrogant, fake pitiful look anymore.) As for Song Wan Ji? Anyone felt he got it too easy after that emotional confrontation with Rui En? I did, but after watching the ending, I guess there was no other way. What else could he do, right? If the others had already forgiven him, then that was that. They could move on. Or more like if he didn’t want to lose his daughter, then he should go forth with helping them. Kun Ge was a key character in revealing everything, because if he hadn’t exposed Song Wan Ji then Jing Hao and Rui En could never be together. What I don’t get though is wasn’t Jing Hao’s father missing like before Jing Hao told Song Wan Ji that Song Wan Ji was the one who ruined his family by running over his mother? So it didn’t make sense. Or maybe he just didn’t want Jing Hao and Rui En together but learned the facts afterward? Or did he go and investigate Jing Hao’s background already before the day? He’s capable. I might have missed something and need to go back and pay attention to some details. But last thing, is Min Shuo going to end up with Bi Yun? I meant since he already apologized for being an asshole earlier and how she had hugged him at the wedding for being such a nice guy? Possible.

*All images were captured by DTLCT