Thoughtful as she puts the pink hair clip in her hair (I am assuming this one is her own and not the one Zai Feng has), Ya Nuo starts to write a note to Zai Feng as the little girl who saved him.
Eager to help, Zai Feng shows up at Ya Nuo's home with his sister to personally offer her a job as his assistant. Not surprised that Mama Pi seems reluctant to have Ya Nuo work with him, Zai Feng assures her that despite their gangster reputation he and his family are not involved in any shady dealings. Ignoring her mother's obvious suggestion that she turn the job offer down, Ya Nuo agrees to be Zai Feng's assistant. Mama Pi was actually more worried about Ya Nuo exposing her gender I think.
After the shirt changing comes the necktie lesson... Whew! Is it hot in here?
Coming into Zai Feng's room, Mama Du and Zi Han gasp with surprise when they see our two leads in what looked very much liked a kissing position. Breathing a big sigh of relief, Mama Du and Zi Han laugh when Ya Nuo sticks out her head to explain that Zai Feng was simply helping her with the tie.
The show's information at first had Na Na's illness as a blood disease but apparently that was either wrong or the writer changed his/her mind because now Na Na has osteocarcinoma, a form of cancer.
Zai Feng's happiness soon turns to suspicion when he realizes that the writing on the note card looks exactly like Ya Nuo's writing.
Confronted with her lie, Ya Nuo hangs her head and apologizes to Zai Feng but instead of being angry, Zai Feng just thank Ya Nuo for trying to comfort him.
Walking around the amusement park with Zai Feng, Ya Nuo listens quietly as he reminisces of his dad's dedication to making the amusement park a place that brings happiness to their patrons. After reminding Zai Feng how wonderful it is for him to have the opportunity to finish something his father started, Ya Nuo all the sudden gets in a playful mood and sprays some of the fountain water on Zai Feng. Getting into the fun, Zai Feng soon drags Ya Nuo into a full on water fight.
Without her cell phone, Ya Nuo is hopeless as she sits in the pouring rain with no help in sight.
Worried about Ya Nuo, Zai Feng runs to the adjacent rooftop and becomes even more distraught as he watches her collapse to the ground in the pouring rain. His agitation turning to determination, Zai Feng starts to stack the sandbags he found nearby to prepare for his jump from where he is to Ya Nuo. Horrified, Ya Nuo can do nothing as she screams "Stop! The distance is too great! You will die!! STOP!"
Ignoring Ya Nuo's desperate pleading, Zai Feng makes his jump and slams right into a pane of window that was leaning against the wall. Seemingly unaware of his own bleeding arm, Zai Feng covers Ya Nuo with his jacket and cradles her in his lap.
So... Cheesy. But why am I tearing up again as I am recapping the last few scenes?? When I was watching the whole rain scene I was totally thinking "Seriously show? So cheesy. Where did I put my tissues?" Oh, well. Cheesy or not, it certainly got me on the bromance so I guess whatever works.
Episode three felt a bit fractured as we get more scenes of Qing Yang and Na Na... which by the way still feel like a completely different drama. I was a bit disappointed that the writer had decided to go with the terminal illness route with Na Na because I was hoping for a light and sweet romance for those two. You guys know how I hate sad endings and crying my eyes out.
I am enjoying Bromance quite a bit especially thank to the writer's awesome ability to fill each hour with heart thumping scenes between our two leads. However, one complaint I do have is that I wish the writer would make the two leads' character feel richer. At this point I feel like I know about the leads but not so much on the little details that could really make their characters become intriguing on their own. Still, that little complaint aside, Bromance is certainly delivery in spades on the bromance department and that's enough to keep me watching.