Xu Le is a bestselling author who never left home. He was recently struck with a case of writer's block and decides to search for inspiration. So he decides to work as a taxi driver hoping that by listening to his passengers; he'll be struck with some inspiration. Coincidentally, Xu Le meets his high school classmate, Ah Hao, who is also a taxi driver. Xu Le has not seen Ah Hao for years. Ma Yong Rui is an heir to a five-star hotel and is also Xu Le's and Ah Hao's old classmate. Lu Yi is now a fashion magazine editor and she was the dream girl that they all wanted. Pan Neng Xian is a 24 year old girl who recently graduated from college, who gets a job as a PR assistant in Yong Rui's five-star hotel.
Cast & Credits
It manages to pull in a few of the F4 group into the drama, but I enjoyed the variety of personalities that they added. This story didn't center on only 1 couple, but rather 3 and their love, life and family entanglements.
Michelle Chen and Vic Zhou were a great onscreen personality fit, with one being the warm, down-to-earth, family oriented girl, and the other being the anti-social, eccentric, introverted writer. I also felt Kingone Wang did a great job in his role and added a lot of dynamics to this whole drama.
All in all, this drama was well-rounded, and worth a watch. At times it dragged, and I did find myself skipping through parts around ep. 12-14, but for the most part it kept my interest. There was no really super annoying antagonists, (which I was very grateful for!) or any evil conniving business or family deals (also really grateful for!) which made this seem more like a low-key, mature drama. Nothing outstanding sticks out for me, which means this was a good drama, not great, not bad, but good.