Shan Shan's meets the Boss again when she was sent to inform the Boss of a mistake from her department. She was volunteered due to her perceived "special relation" with the Boss. Embarrassed, confused and nervous is pretty much going to be Shan Shan's usual condition whenever she meets the Boss.
I like it. The pacing was a bit uneven but overall I have hope that this will turn out to be a gem. I am a bit puzzled at the Boss's character. He seems your usual cold and cool hero but I am surprised at how fast he is behaving differently when it comes to Shan Shan. For example, why would he give Shan Shan his coat when she went to the balcony? That seems like a really intimate gesture for two all but complete strangers. Within the second episode he is secretly being amused when he sees her. I am just not used to this fast of pace when it comes to the cool and aloof hero's emotional development. Still, the story has a real fairy tale Cinderella meets the prince feeling, which I am a sucker for.
I am optimistic hoping that Shan Shan's character will have some interesting development instead of your usual damsel in distress and the never failing of self sacrificing. It is quite refreshing though that there are no older generation on the hero's side. Hooray! Parents, grandparents, uncles, or adoptive parents in cases of rich hero and poor heroin is of course always the stumbling block so I am really excited to finally get a rich hero without the usual set up. I was a bit apprehensive that Shan Shan's cousin (one of her roommates) would be your standard jealous second female who will try to get the rich hero just because she can't stand the heroin's undeserved good luck. Gratefully, she is actually a cousin who is like Shan Shan's best friend. I think the cousin will end up being a show case of another side of how a small town girl in a big city will fare based on some different choices she will make.