And we end the perfect moment with a kiss.
Glad to see the sweet interaction between You Qian and An Xi, Grandpa Xiao laments that the older he gets the more he misses his life at the village. Having already warned An Xi not to tell his grandpa that she was the same girl that was the cause of his accident and thus indirectly the reason that Grandpa Xiao had to sell his home, You Qian casts a worried glance at her when his grandpa starts talking about all the memories he had in his old house.
Disliking each other on sight, Jiang Hi Duo gets into an argument with Yong Qing but falls to the ground in shock when he finds out from Yong Qing that You Qian is the guy that An Xi has been carrying in her heart all these years.
I love Jiang Hai Kuo's little imagination scenes. Don't they remind you of Grease with John Travolta or maybe West Side Story?
However, after talking briefly to An Xi and realizing that the easy going An Xi is nothing like herself, a huffy President Zhou demands to know if An Xi has ever asked herself what she wanted out of life. Completely puzzled by President Zhou's attack, An Xi looks at Yan Ze for clues. As one who knows President Zhou's secret, Yan Ze gives a slight sneer after watching President Zhou storming off without even finishing her dinner and replies "She is not someone that has the right to criticize you."
After talking to You Qian on the phone, the unsuspecting An Xi happily tells Yan Ze that Jiang Hai Kuo has agreed to sell Grandpa Xiao's old house to You Qian's secretary. A glint of calculation flashes in Yan Ze's eyes when he confirms with An Xi that Jiang Hai Kuo has no idea that You Qian is the real buyer.
Unable to wrap his mind around why President Zhou would take the time to invite An Xi out for dinner, You Qian frowns over the strangeness of the whole situation.
Boy, I was really losing my confidence that there would be a romantic plot between Yan Ze and Ya En for a while there but thankfully judging by the preview next week my wish just might come true.
At this point I am pretty confused where the writer is going with Yan Ze's character. Is he good? Or is he bad? A bad boy who really wants to be good deep ... um... very deep down? It really is a lousy thing for Yan Ze to encourage Yong Qing to chase after You Qian when he of all people should know that even without An Xi, You Qian would still not fall in love with Yong Qing. While I am a long way from liking Yong Qing but I do have some sympathy for her and it seems rather low of Yan Ze to push her into something that will just add another trauma to her already bruised heart.