Synopsis: The love story between a single mother and a man who insists that she is his wife after he wakes up from a coma with no memories other than the heroine.
The Double Life of Veronique Episode 1-8 Summary
Things gets complicated when Lin Qiao also convinces himself that Yan Song's son, Yan Long must be his and tries to take the little boy away.
However, Lin Qiao's daddy dream is destined to die a quick death when his crazy girlfriend confesses that she is the one that messed with the DNA test result. I can't quite figure out what the logic is behind making your boyfriend believe he fathered a son with a woman you are intensely jealous of would be... but she is crazy so maybe there is no logic.
Feeling the urgency to get rid of Qin Mou's dad for good when Qin Mou meets his own father while on a search for Yan Long, the big baddie tells Daddy Qin the truth about all the evil things he has done and walks away satisfied when Daddy Qin dies after signing over all the rights to his company in order to protect his son.
Totally unaware that the stranger he met was his own father, Qin Mou hears news of the passing of Daddy Qin with only thoughts that Yan Long would be sadden by the news.
Grateful for Qin Mou's care while she was in the hospital, Yan Song's landlord talks Yan Song into letting Qin Mou rent the empty room in her house. Obviously happy with the arrangement, Qin Mou takes over the cooking much to Yan Long's happiness since his mother's cooking leaves a lot to be desired.
If it wasn't for Qin Mou's flash backs with a woman who looks just like Yan Song, I probably would think he is crazy as well. So far I do find the mystery of why Qin Mou can only remember Yang Song intriguing and I am also starting to be pretty curious who Yan Long's biological father is.
Still, despite finding the mysteries intriguing I am not too drawn to the characters yet. I am kinda ashamed to admit that as much as it was refreshing to see Hawick Lau playing a warm hero for once ... I still like the cold (BUT passionate inside) hero he usually plays.
The Double Life of Veronique has actually finished airing already, so while my first impression of the first few episodes were fair I am more curious if anyone has finished watching it and could tell me if I should keep watching it.