In a surprising move, Wu Han Sheng (son of a mob boss, Zai Feng's childhood playmate who wants to replace his position as the leader) calls Zai Feng out for a meeting and apologizes to him for how his subordinates had taken upon themselves to seek revenge on Ya Nuo.
Zai Feng accepts Han Sheng's apology but also drops the warning that he would go after anyone who targets Ya Nuo.
Fully aware of his feelings for Ya Nuo now, Zai Feng takes great enjoyment of Ya Nuo's close presence when she offers to help him with his necktie.
Looking at a sleeping Ya Nuo after he drives her home, Zai Feng couldn't help but leans closer to her to reconfirm again that heart skipping feeling whenever she is near. Jerking away when Ya Nuo suddenly wakes up, Zai Feng awkwardly pretends he had also fallen asleep and gets out of the car to open Ya Nuo's door. Completely confused why Zai Feng, her boss would be opening her door Ya Nuo nonetheless bids him goodnight. Ha, I love how Zai Feng is starting to treat Ya Nuo like a girl even though he is still convinced she is a man.
Also sitting on a park bench somewhere else, Ya Nuo has none of Zai Feng's confusion, instead she is more worried about how Zai Feng would react once he finds out that his brother is really a sister.
After much pleading from Ya Nuo, Xiao Jing givers her three solutions to her dilemma:
1. Keep being a man.
2. Go tell Zai Feng the truth right now, then confess her feelings.
3. Tell Zai Feng that Ya Nuo is going overseas to study and assume Ya Nuo's "sister's" identity so she can pursue Zai Feng as a girl.
Feigning frustration when Ya Nuo poo-pooed all three of her brilliant ideas, Xiao Jing tells Ya Nuo that her foremost responsibility is just to simply deepen Zai Feng's feeling towards her. Nodding in agreement, Ya Nuo could only hope that by the time her secret is revealed, Zai Feng would care about her enough to forgive her.
Thinking back to the intimate pictures of Ya Nuo and Zai Feng he had received from his men, Han Sheng mutters "These two... are sure getting more and more interesting."
While on the amusement park bus during a regular work surveillance, Zai Feng and Ya Nuo are forced into playing doctor when a pregnant woman suddenly goes into labor.
Looking at Zai Feng tenderly, Ya Nuo listens as Zai Feng tells her that the whole experience reminded him of how hopeless he felt when his father disappeared seven years ago and he had no choice but to step up as the family patriarch. Turning his grateful gaze on Ya Nuo, Zai Feng continues "However, this time I wasn't alone. I had you with me."
Grabbing hold of Zai Feng's hand in her's, Ya Nuo assures him "I will be with you not just this time, but every time from now on. We will face everything together."
Ya Nuo's promise finally gives Zai Feng the courage he needed and he invites her to have dinner with him that night. In the privacy of his office, a buoyant Zai Feng tries to practice his confession speech on Ya Nuo's hair pin but finally decided to write his jumbled thoughts down on paper.
Frantic with worry when Zai Feng disappeared from his office without a word to anyone, Ya Nuo explodes in anger when she finally finds Zai Feng at his secret spot. Overwhelmed with relief, Ya Nuo starts yelling at Zai Feng to give him a earful of why he shouldn't disappear on people but suddenly stops when she realized the last reason she gave was "because I like you."
Looking up shyly, Ya Nuo replies "I said I like you."
Calmly, Zai Feng says "Thank you, Ya Nuo. Actually, I like you too."
Hardily believing her own ears, Ya Nuo repeats "You like me too?"
Upong hearing Zai Feng's affirmative answer, Ya Nuo's face breaks out into a smile ... only to quickly wane in disappointment when Zai Feng continues "Because you are like a brother to me. So I care about you like you care about me."
Oh! You cruel writer!
Lost in his own effort to hide his own feelings, Zai Feng doesn't notice the thunderstruck disappointment his words has just caused and instead has moved on to apologizing to Ya Nuo for making her worry. Trying hard to play his good brotherly role, Zai Feng ruffles Ya Nuo's hair and promises to not disappear again. Giving Zai Feng a silent glare, Ya Nuo suddenly puts her head right on Zai Feng's chest. His hand freezing in midair as he looks down at the head nestling on his chest, a mixed expression flashes across Zai Feng's face.
Poor Ya Nuo. Zai Feng is lucky she didn't just punch him out because I would've. Of course I do understand why Zai Feng said what he said because the poor guy is probably convinced that he has been reading way too much into Ya Nuo's "pure friendly" actions and is determined not to make the same mistakes again. Still, in such situation as this, the fault ALWAYS lies with the guy so he still deserved a kick in the shins.
Oh, well. Sweet torture as our two leads tries to dance around their own feelings. The good news is that according to the preview for episode 8 we can have some hope that Zai Feng's new determination to just be a good friend to Ya Nuo will get severely challenged with the reappearance of Zhe Rui (second male lead, the vet who has a crush on Ya Nuo).
This week shed a lot of revelation on Na Na's story. Qing Yang's uncle (not biological, just a term of respect) turns out to be Na Na's biological father. Na Na had thought her father, Daddy Nan had forsaken her mother and herself but in reality Daddy Nan had no clue he had a daughter. Na Na's mother had broken up with Daddy Nan because he refused to leave the mob world and she had disappeared without telling Daddy Nan about her pregnancy.