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One more thing I'm really glad the last episode circled around back to...

 

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HE FINALLY LEARNED ABOUT HER TRIP TO ENGLAND (or Serbia, rather, haha)!!!!!!!!

 

Nothing drives me battier in a drama than when one half of the OTP does something for the other half, and they never find out about it.  I can think of at least two dramas that have moments that I'm still upset about because of that (and in one of them, the act of kindness was even attributed to someone else, which is so much worse!).  So, I'm really really glad this drama gives me nothing to gnash my teeth over.  Heeeee!  :D  

 

Also, I really liked YM's reaction to the news - the disbelief over his realization that his suspicions back then were correct and just everything.  I loved how when she asked if he was mad, his response was to simply hug her and tell her that she shouldn't do things like that in the future again.  It's not her he's mad at, but just the situation.  If only he'd known, maybe they would've reunited sooner.  It's the frustration over the missed moments, the what might have beens.  I totally got what YM was feeling in that moment, and I thought he portrayed those emotions perfectly.  

 

 

Can't stop thinking about the last five eps...  just gonna keep dropping thoughts as they occur to me. :P 

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4 hours ago, themarchioness said:

 

HE FINALLY LEARNED ABOUT HER TRIP TO ENGLAND (or Serbia, rather, haha)!!!!!!!!

 

LOL @themarchioness I did recognize some scenes from  Belgrade ,Serbia when i viewed ep 35 again especially at 18:57 when they get  balloons and 21:41 when she has the same picture taken and lets her little secret out.  I am impressed , because if you did not mentioned it i would have been totally oblivious LOL 

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@jadore1, in answer to your question of whether it was really filmed in Serbia, from the drama's Wiki page, "The drama began filming on March 29, 2018 at Hangzhou. It wrapped up filming on July 2, 2018 at Serbia."  :) 

 

@Mapleoaks5, oh you know I am only too happy to comply!  

 

One of the things I really love about this drama is how, as viewers, we are always able to make lemonade out of lemons.  And by that I mean:

 

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Watching Wu Yi's mother fall sick and then pass away was incredibly sad and hard.  As Qiao Yi's mother observed, it was especially hard to watch in the context of Wu Yi because she'd already lost her father when she was young.  How cruel and unfair it was then that she would lose both her parents from such an early age!  But I love, love, love, that when Guan Chao explains to Qiao Yi why he's changed his mind about marriage,  a large part of his reason is that he wants to give Wu Yi a family.  That is the sweetest expression of love there could ever be (and I swear if the subs end up mucking that up, there will be words!  :P)  

 

I don't want to say it was worth Wu Yi's mother dying in order for us to get that one line out of Guan Chao.  But, what I would say is that given that's the direction in which the drama took us, it's nice they made good use of the opportunity.  

 

Also, while I never harbored hope that Wu Yi's mom would miraculously live given the diagnosis when we learned of it, I confess there's a part of me that hoped Stepdad would one day regain his ability to walk.  I wouldn't have held on to that hope except for a comment the twins' mom once said early on after he was discharged from the hospital.  It was when she was nagging him about drinking, she said something along the lines of how if he would exercise, he might one day walk again.  (Or something like that.  I can't really remember.)  Anyway, given the severity of his injuries, I always knew it would be a long shot and certainly as the drama traveled farther into the future/present, my hope started to dwindle.  Still, in the back of mind, I'd think, "How sweet would it be if he was able to walk Qiao Yi down the aisle when she married?"  And then I saw a clip from that scene and knew he was still in his wheelchair, so there went all hopes out the door.  LOL.  Which is fine.  It wasn't a hope that I set much store by.  

 

But, what I would say after finally getting to see the whole of the wedding scene is that I love how because Stepdad was in his wheelchair, that meant Guan Chao got to push his wheelchair to help Stepdad walk Qiao Yi down the aisle.  It was like getting to see the two most important men in Qiao Yi's life send her off.  My eyes totally got a little misty in that moment.  ;) 

 

 

 

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Back again with sub translations for Episodes 27 & 28!  As we head into the part of the story where Panda Company encounters troubles, my stomach grows nervous for them.  I must constantly remind myself that as difficult as it is watching Yan Mo and everyone by his side go through this rough patch, in the end, it will work out.  

 

Episode 27:

  • When WY and GC are arguing after he interrupts her date with Zhou Zhao (YM's roommate), there's a part where GC is saying he he's not just a friend and WY doesn't understand the point he's trying to make, so she responds, "If you don't want to be my friend then don't be my friend.  Who cares?"  The subs have her saying, "Alright then that's it.  No one wants to be your friend."  In that same conversation, GC asks her why she thinks he was at the same restaurant with her and ZZ, and subs have her responding, "Hungry!" which GC then echoes.  Except the back-and-forth went more along lines of, "You were probably hungry!" and "I was hungry?!  I was full from being mad at you!"
  • When YM's mother tracks him down to his hotel while he's away on a business trip, the subs have him saying to her, "You must have something to tell me."  That was only half the comment though.  The full version is, "You followed me here, you must have something to tell me."
  • When YM hands the gift bag to his future stepfather, the subs have him saying, "A gift."  While technically not wrong, it doesn't tell the complete story either.  The phrase he uses is 心意 (xin - heart; yi - meaning/idea/thought) which has a sentiment more along the lines of regard and kindly feelings.  For example, someone might use it to say, "This little gift is a token of our regard."  As you can see, YM's phrase is more meaningful than just, "A gift."
  • When YM's mother is telling them about the retirement party Eric planned for her, the subs have her saying, "I told you not to make it big."  That doesn't identify at all what she's talking about though!  The correct translation is, "I told you not to make a big deal out of my farewell stage."  In response, Eric says per the subs, "According to my experience when you say no that means yes."  I'd swap that out with, "According to my experience when you say don't want, that means you want."
  • When Chen You Mei/Alicia answers Da Chuan's question about whether the food he made tastes good by saying, "Not at all," what she really says is, "It tastes terrible!"  (An obvious lie since we know she was totally enjoying it behind his back while he was sleeping!  I find their relationship proceeding sweetly, particularly when Da Chuan calls YM for advice and takes it in the wrong direction, LOL.  The look Qiao Yi and Yan Mo exchange at the bar when they hear about his failed date is aces.)
  • Back in her hotel room, Qiao Yi talks to Guan Chao on the phone where he worries over their hotel room arrangements.  The subs have Qiao Yi saying to her brother, "ZGC, you're over worrying all the time."  She actually says, "ZGC, you're spending all your time worrying over nothing!"
  • When Guan Chao tries to explain to Qiao Yi how Yan Mo must be feeling over the news of his mother remarrying, he shares his own story concerning their Stepdad.  Towards the end, the subs have him remarking that he "couldn't" show how he really felt about their mom's new relationship, but the word he actually uses is that he didn't "dare" show how he felt.  At the end of their phone conversation, Guan Chao also says to his sister, per subs, "Sensible kids are not born to be sensible," which doesn't make much sense because it was supposed to be, "Sensible kids are not born sensible."
  • When Qiao Yi and Yan Mo are talking about his parents, she asks if they ever talked to him about their divorce and he answers, per subs, no, because "even if they do, it won't change anything."  But what he really says is, "Even if they did, it's not like they'd get back together."  When he later adds that he's thought things through, the subs leave off, "a long time ago."  His parents' divorced is something he long reconciled himself with, which makes sense since he found out about it in high school.  :P  
  • When they have their moment on the couch, the subs have Yan Mo speaking like a neanderthal when he says, "Hold on.  Here's honeymoon suite.'"  Let's not ruin the moment and translate it properly, "Wait a moment.  This is the honeymoon suite."  
  • When Yan Mo's mom leaves them the next day, the subs have her saying to them, "Go for a trip to Britain when you're free," when she actually says, "When you (plural) have time, come visit us in England."  (I actually really would love to see that happen!  If I were to write a fanfic for this drama, that would definitely be one of them!  Haha.)

Episode 28:

  • When WY describes her mother to Guan Chao (in the bathroom where he's scrubbing the toilet), she says her mother is "scary" not "horrible."
  • When Yan Mo texts Qiao Yi after giving dating advice to Da Chuan, he says, "I was woken up.  I can't sleep," not "I've been awake. I can't sleep."
  • When GC is having dinner with WY's mom, the subs keep having him say, "diet," when what he's really saying is "dietary restrictions."  Doesn't that sound soooo much better?  I mean, at one point, they have him asking WY's mom and the secretary whether they're on diets and I almost spit out the water I was drinking at the time.  What a rude question!  LOL.
  • When they leave the dinner, the Secretary compliments Guan Chao by saying, "Guan Chao, your alcohol tolerance is pretty good."  The subs have her telling him he "drank like a fish."
  • When Yan Mo goes to meet Qiao Yi after her dinner with Hao Wu Yi, Qiao Yi asks him how he was able to find her.  The subs have him responding, "Your friend HWY shares her every meal on the Moments and sets location."  But I thought it worth nothing that he actually makes his point by phrasing it in a question format.  I don't remember the exact way he asks it, but it was something along the lines of, "Your friend, HWY... is she the type of person to take a picture of her every meal to share and tag with her friend's circle?"  
  • When Qiao Yi tries to intercede on Da Chuan's behalf and YM responds by telling her that in the future, when they have kids, she should let him do all the child rearing, the subs have him saying, "You should just let me do it."  But what he really says is, "You're not allowed to meddle."  Hahaha!  
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17 minutes ago, lynne22 said:

@themarchioness ehm... ehm... did I just spy someone planning a fanfic already? *GRINNING*

 

Lol. @lynne22, having thoughts does not equate to doing! :P 

 

(Although, I confess *if* I were to write a fanfic for this drama, another area I would like to explore is YM’s relationship with his half brother. That part wasn’t in the book, of course, given that his parents remain happily married there, but since the drama gave him one, it occurred to me after I finished the last episode that: nothing more was ever said about that matter. Which is fine, as the drama didn’t need to drag things out by going down that route, but it does leave a lingering thread. And you know how much I love those lingering threads when it comes to fanfic. ;))

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YM will be a very filial son-in-law.:)

 

When QY's parents lamented that now that she has grown up, she doesn't need their simple vinegar cure for hangover whenever she gets drunk. Instead she prefers her own husband's hangover pills.

YM who had gone to buy them felt bad when he overheard  their touching  conversation. He hid them in his pocket and told them a white lie that he couldn't get them.:P

 

That scene is very poignant indeed.:ph34r:

It is the COUNTLESS LITTLE SCENES like that which make this drama so down to earth, realistic and relatable.:blush:

Come on, everybody here! Let's keep this thread alive by bringing up more talking points for this superb drama! :wub:

 

 

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In one if the episodes, QY and YM were talking about what their first words were to each.  Then there was a flash back to the scene where he helped her before when she was about to fall from standing on the tables.  He said something like their firsts words were much earlier then she thought.  Can we assume that he had fallen for her before they became deskmates?

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29 minutes ago, AnmeiX2 said:

In one if the episodes, QY and YM were talking about what their first words were to each.  Then there was a flash back to the scene where he helped her before when she was about to fall from standing on the tables.  He said something like their firsts words were much earlier then she thought.  Can we assume that he had fallen for her before they became deskmates?

Yea that’s what I took from it. At least he started taking notice of her much earlier then when they actually became deskmates!

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2 hours ago, AnmeiX2 said:

In one if the episodes, QY and YM were talking about what their first words were to each.  Then there was a flash back to the scene where he helped her before when she was about to fall from standing on the tables.  He said something like their firsts words were much earlier then she thought.  Can we assume that he had fallen for her before they became deskmates?

 

That's a good question and one I suspect that will have varying answers!  For me, I'm going to say not necessarily (and no).  I think what we can assume from that is that she came to his notice a lot earlier than she realizes.  QY has always assumed that he was never aware of her until they became deskmates, but from that flashback, we know that's not true.  He remembers exchanging words with her where even she doesn't remember.  But does that mean he fell for her at that moment?  I'm inclined to say no.

 

The reason for that is twofold.  First, in the drama, QY asks him at least twice (if I remember correctly) when he first started to like her.  The first time he declines to answer.  The second time, he flashbacks to their high school days and we see, in a montage of moments, when she bumped into his back, when he caught her hand right before he also dropped it and she fell, when she fell asleep studying at his dinner table, when he went to find her after he initially let her walk home by herself, when she helped him shop for a necktie, etc.  My interpretation of that "answer" is that YM can't answer QY's question because there was never a "moment" for him where he started to fall in love with her.  Instead, it was through all the time they spent together that he started to have feelings for her -- and all that happened after they became desk mates.

 

Second, as much as the French title of this drama translates into "Love at first sight", in the book, Mr. F (Yan Mo) makes clear that it wasn't love at first sight and that it's not clear who started to have feelings first.  Here are the relevant passages:

 

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Q: Did you fall in love with Joey at first sight, or did your feelings accumulate over a period of time?
A: I’m extremely logical when handling my relationship, and wouldn’t develop good feelings towards the other party purely because of the romantic atmosphere at that point in time or because of a special attribute possessed by the other party. Thus, it’s nearly impossible for me to fall in love with the other party at first sight. It’s extremely difficult for me to ascertain precisely when I started developing romantic feelings for Joey; rather, I grew to like her more and more as my understanding of her deepened. My feelings for her accumulated over a relatively lengthy period of time.

 

Q: Who was the party who fell for the other party first?
A: It’s rather difficult to answer this question – I myself remain unclear about when I started to possess romantic feelings for her.

 

Credit: https://dramasbooksandtea.wordpress.com/2016/02/02/i-dont-like-this-world-i-only-like-you-epilogue/

 

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I am going for that scene when QY changed her track suit to support WY , obvious pride from GC but i remember YM looking with almost a surprised look , like something clicked that this girl is amazing in her own way . :love:

 

 For me every interaction between these two provided original action /communication , and its that unpredictability and nobody else could have  come up with their lines  , that created such beautiful entertainment for me throughout this drama . Every line was pure GEM and i feel very very happy that i had luck in finding and watching it. 

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Finally done.

 

Some questions so their homeroom teacher, Mr.Gao became a bartender/owner of a bar after quitting teaching? Can someone explain the stars at his bar? I don't get the significance aside from the fact that he had bought the stars?

 

I really like how GC proposed his marriage to WY. It was really cute they used the spot where they asked each other out and re-act the same lines! I wanted more Dai Chuan and Alicia afterparts aside knowing they got together during the wedding. Like years after, did they get married too?

 

And hilarious that QY was the first love of this guy. Poor dude b/c YM totally ripped up that love letter. hahaha. I also find that the mink guy to be a funny villain and the bond with Dai Chuan is great when they later decide to team up.

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1 hour ago, Yui. said:

Some questions so their homeroom teacher, Mr.Gao became a bartender/owner of a bar after quitting teaching? Can someone explain the stars at his bar? I don't get the significance aside from the fact that he had bought the stars?

 

Yes, in one the episodes, he was talking with his students about what they hoped to be in the future.  At first he was advising them as a teacher should, but at a certain point after listening to his students, he realized he wasn't living his dream!  So he quit teaching and bought a bar.  What a beautiful bar it is, too!  In such a unique location.  My only concern is he never seems to have any customers there other than his students (who he says never pay him for their drinks).  :lol:  I really hope for Mr. Gao's sake that he has customers in those times that we do not see him with his students there.  Hee hee! 

 

As for the stars, in the book, Hao Wu Yi has a childhood sweetheart who breaks up with her.  Because she was so upset, he told her that if she folded 9,999 lucky stars before his birthday as a birthday gift, he'd get back with her.  It was an unreasonable request and one he never imagined she would actually be able to complete, since his birthday was just around the corner, but all the classmates pitched in to help HWY fold the stars.  In the end, the childhood sweetheart still broke up with her and about a year later, HWY donated the vase of stars for a fundraiser. Their homeroom teacher then purchased the vase and kept it by his desk always. 

 

In the drama, this is being told through a series of "special" short clips where Hao Wu Yu is trying to win back Da Xiong with these lucky stars -- you can find them in the Previews playlist.  I recommend scrolling all the way to the bottom and then make your way back up towards the top by watching those videos that have "special" next to them. 

 

3 hours ago, jadore1 said:

I am going for that scene when QY changed her track suit to support WY , obvious pride from GC but i remember YM looking with almost a surprised look , like something clicked that this girl is amazing in her own way .

 

Haha, really?  I always think of YM's look there as one of, "Oh great, there she goes getting herself in trouble again."  It's got a little bit of a wince to it.  :joy:

 

But actually there is one thing I struggle to understand about that scene.  In the book, when QY wears the wrong colored uniform in solidarity with WY, she comments, "Mr. F was terribly surprised, because the uniform I was wearing was his. He frequently left his blue school uniform under his desk as he was too lazy to bring it home."  I thought they were going to have her do the same thing in the drama because they showed Yan Mo arriving at school that morning wearing the wrong colored uniform, while carrying the correct one that he then changed into.  But any way I look at Qiao Yi once she changes uniforms, it looks like it fits her just fine.  It's not swimming on her like I would expect if she was wearing YM's uniform.  I wish she was wearing YM's uniform...

 

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The last episode was amazing! It’s what I actually want for how the whole episodes should have been

 

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It is not a secret of how I feel about the 2nd couple, The last episode focus mainly  on our yan mo and qiao yi, after the whole sadness of wu yi woes (that I just skipped anyway) at last we go back to the roots of the drama. Qiao Yi-Yan Mo and their sweet yet hilarious everyday interactions. 

 

One of my fav scene in the book didnt make it into the drama. The part where yan mo help qiao yi put on her sneakers. I’d gladly cut 2nd and 3rd couple storyline to add stories about qiao yi’s college-mates.

 

I understand that the 2nd couple are artists under Huace and they are getting pushed with this drama, but the whole makjang-ness really made the drama became ordinary, nothing special like the early episodes with the back and forth pace. I feel the drama didnt give the novel enough justice. 

 

Thankfully there are vids of the main couple scenes on youtube, I guess I will repeat their sweet and funny scenes again, I cant get enough of them 

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YM isn't as  boring as I've first thought. He really shows his quirky sense of humour with QY after they got married.:blush:

When QY insisted they have to be thrifty in order to save money, he didn't show any emotion at all.

But as soon as QY got into the bathroom to bathe, he barged in with her insisting that they should bathe together in order to save water.:lol:

 

I was watching the final episode at the airport while waiting to board my plane. 

I really had a HARD TIME trying to control my laughter.:glasses:

 

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12 hours ago, nichiwoohee said:

The last episode was amazing! It’s what I actually want for how the whole episodes should have been

 

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It is not a secret of how I feel about the 2nd couple, The last episode focus mainly  on our yan mo and qiao yi, after the whole sadness of wu yi woes (that I just skipped anyway) at last we go back to the roots of the drama. Qiao Yi-Yan Mo and their sweet yet hilarious everyday interactions. 

 

One of my fav scene in the book didnt make it into the drama. The part where yan mo help qiao yi put on her sneakers. I’d gladly cut 2nd and 3rd couple storyline to add stories about qiao yi’s college-mates.

 

I understand that the 2nd couple are artists under Huace and they are getting pushed with this drama, but the whole makjang-ness really made the drama became ordinary, nothing special like the early episodes with the back and forth pace. I feel the drama didnt give the novel enough justice. 

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Thankfully there are vids of the main couple scenes on youtube, I guess I will repeat their sweet and funny scenes again, I cant get enough of them 

You read my mind. Thankfully, we have the main couple scenes the entire last episode. I wish they have included more thoughts of Joey from the book though. What a spoil when they add in dramatised fiction of the 2nd and 3rd couples. I would have liked them to have more screen time of Mr. F family especially his mother. I love her and Joey is lucky to have her mother and her mother-in-law.

 

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This show had many heart felt moments, but also so many funny moments where I will never tire of watching and always bring a laugh.  My top two moments:  he “accidentally “ spills the water on the business card and cleans it up.  As soon as I heard him say “ah ya” I can’t help but laugh.  The line delivery and expressions were so perfect in that scene.  Also the persuasive speech he made to the love letter guy in the school field was so funny, i’m laughing now just thinking about it.

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@AnmeiX2, I know exactly what you mean!  For those same reasons another favorite scene of mine - and one I rewatch all the time because it is never not funny - is the blind date scene.  I love the way he says, "Oh!   You're Hao Wu Yi!"  And then, "Oh, so you're a writer!"  I'm usually curled over from laughter by the time we get to, "Does your husband still beat you?"  And completely gone by the time he sips his water and says, "Don't panic.  Just keep lying."  Hahaha!! 

 

As YM's future stepfather observes (based on what his mom previously told him), YM does indeed have a very special type of humor.  :D  

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Sorry, I didn't have time yesterday to post about yesterday's subbed episodes 29 and 30.  But actually, on the whole, I thought the subs were much better yesterday so I actually don't have many comments to make about them.

 

Episode 29:

  • When QY runs into the Female Goddess, the subs have the latter saying that she "attended" a postgrad class at the Beijing Film Academy, but she was actually sharing that she'd "registered" for that class and QY responded with encouragement/support.
  • When QY asks the Female Goddess how her father is doing, the subs have her responding, "He came with me to Beijing last year," but what she really says is she brought him to Beijing last year.  I know there's not a lot of difference as the end result is the same - her father's in Beijing - but I prefer the more accurate translation because it highlights the filial aspect of her actions.
  • When QY creates a scavenger hunt for YM with herself as the end prize, the subs have her asking him if it was, "Interesting?" but she really asks him, "Was it fun?"
  • When HWY learns that GC hadn't been drinking with his coworker that night he came home drunk, she confronts him by asking, according to the subs, "Who did you drink with that day?"  But it's worth noting that what she really asks is, "Who were you fooling around with that day?"  As I said once before, with their past and GC's dating history, it was only a matter of time before WY's insecurities caught up with her.  This was a fight that needed to happen, IMO, because it allowed WY to express how she really felt about the status of their relationship in that moment, and GC also needed to learn about setting boundaries with other women once he was officially off the market.  Just glad it doesn't take them long to figure everything out and get back together!
  • When DC is at the police station with CYM/Alicia, the subs have him saying to the news reporter he punched, "She's okay today or I'll kill you," which doesn't make a whole lot of sense.  His comment was more along the lines of, "It's only because she's not hurt today.  If she was, I'd kill you."

Episode 30:

  • When QY calls YM drunk from the food stall, the subs have her asking him, "Who asked you to break up with me?" but what she really says is, "Who let you break up with me?"  The subs have HWY also saying, "You should bully QY, I'll kill you."  But as that doesn't make sense, what she really says is, "You dared to bully our QY, I'll kill you."
  • When HWY finally learns from her mom's secretary what's going on with her mom, the subs have the secretary telling her, "Mrs. Ding said she made you think she's gone to America," but of course what she really said was, "Mrs Ding said she'd let you think she went to America." 

See?  Not too many nitpicks.  :lol:  Which means I have space and time to comment on the problems that YM's company is facing!  I'm so glad episode 30 ends on a positive note because it is really hard watching him try to shoulder everything on his own.  For that reason, I really love the moment when he finds the note from his father reminding him that he's not alone.  YM and his father might be naturally distant, given how they lived during YM's formative years, but the love.  It's still there.  I think that's especially apparent from the fact that his father references both himself and YM's mother in that note.  I look forward to next week when we get to see QY take her turn at teaching YM about how to share burdens when you're in a relationship.

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