3 September 2018 | AJ_McAninch
Poorly conceived from the beginning
One of the rules of narrative is that the conflict must be believable, and it is not here. The only good thing about the plot is that Su Xingyu genuinely, unconditionally loves Tian; no matter what trumped up reasons for her behavior she suddenly and stupidly comes up with, he loves her. His love is sweet, gentle, passionate, and complete-without reservation. It is the kind of love so rare that apparently the writer and production team never even realized it is the real story: they missed it completely. Because, if you DO love that person in return, that kind of love is something you never ever turn away from with some asinine, manufactured reasons of your own or someone else. Never. Not realizing that is the fatal flaw of this failed narrative.