Hmm, I’m not sure how I am supposed to feel about the upcoming ending. On one hand I am glad that this drama is coming to a closure but on the other I feel like there were still lots of aspects that weren’t fully developed. I like this drama, and I have made that quite clear throughout my recaps but there were so much more that the drama could have done! The drama was fixated on sculpting Ji An Lei (Sonia Sui) and Huang Yi Kang (Tony Yang)’s relationship that everything else was kicked to the side. So while the drama did reasonably well to build up their relationship, it failed to do for Shen Hai Lun/Helen and He Wei Ting (Zhuang Kai Xun/Cash Chuang)’s relationship. It was just flat and the drama only tried to introduce conflict for them two eps ago which is definitely not enough time for anything solid to happen. A great drama must know how to neatly intertwine different elements of the drama together but this did not happen here. I am glad that Yi Kang and An Lei aren’t going to be fated with a rush ending but sadly Helen and Wei Ting have the unfortunate luck on this ending. It’s a good thing that the drama is quite short or else things could have really been draggy. Let’s see what ending the drama has in stall for us!
Used to everything about you:
Wei Ting, who is about to go to Africa, comes to the airport alone. He is surprised to see that Helen had come to send him off. The two of them are moved and give each other an embrace. However, luck did not come their way. The closure of the magazine centre means that he will have to start from the bottom to prove to Chairman Shen that he is able to give Helen happiness.
Yi Kang returns home and discusses with his father what is the definition of “love”. Because of love he became accustomed to everything about her. Because of love he tolerated everything about her. However, after understanding everything, does he have the courage to return to the woman who previously rejected him?
An Lei prepares to sell her house. She looks at the back of the agent as she departs. When she looks at the empty house, her heart feels reluctant to part with the house and she lets out a sad sigh. Those memories will fade away soon…
How is one supposed to survive between love and to be loved? How are you supposed to continue writing about the pursuit of happiness?