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  • Movie: So Young 2: So You're Still Here
  • Country: China
  • Duration: 1 hr. 38 min.
  • Rating: 12+ - Teens 13 or older


  • Score: 7.2 (scored by 875 users)
  • Ranked: #1991
  • Popularity: #99999
  • Members: 2,158

So Young 2: So You're Still Here (2016)

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Ratings: 7.2/10 from 875 users
# of Members: 2,158
Reviews: 10 users
Ranked #1991
Popularity #99999
Members 875

The story started in high school. Su Yun Jin was a gentle and quiet student, while Cheng Zheng was the total opposite of her. He fell in love with her and started to pursue her until they sat in college, even when they studied in a different university. After a while they finally started dating.
However, the difference in their family background and personalities caused them to part way with each other.A few years later, Yun Jin established a successful career and Cheng Zheng reappeared in her life.

  • Native title: 致青春·原来你还在这里
  • Also Known as: So Young 2;致青春2;To Our Eventually Lost Youth 2;致我们终将逝去的青春 2;Never Gone;So You're Still Here;致青春2:原来你还在这里
  • Genres: Romance, Youth
  • Tags: Adapted From A Novel
  • Country: China
  • Type: Movie
  • Release Date: Jul 8, 2016
  • Duration: 1 hr. 38 min.
  • Score: 7.2 (scored by 875 users)
  • Ranked: #1991
  • Popularity: #99999
  • Rating: 12+ - Teens 13 or older

Cast & Credits

  • So Young 2: So You're Still Here - Wu Kris
    Cheng Zheng
    Main Role
  • So Young 2: So You're Still Here - Liu Crystal
    Su Yun Jin
    Main Role
  • So Young 2: So You're Still Here - Qiao Kimi
    Shen Ju An [Su Yun Jin's Ex-boyfriend]
    Support Role
  • So Young 2: So You're Still Here - Jin Shi Jia
    Zhou Zi Yi [Chen Zheng's best friend]
    Support Role
  • So Young 2: So You're Still Here - Li Qin
    Meng Xue [Chen Zheng's childhood friend who has a crush on him]
    Support Role
  • So Young 2: So You're Still Here - Hao Shao Wen
    Song Ming
    Support Role


8 people found this review helpful
Aug 23, 2016
Overall 9.0
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 9.5
Music 10
Rewatch Value 9.0

The movie's not perfect, but I still love it :) Great music, great cinematography, and dialogue exchange on confessions ... I replay all the couple interactions between the two main characters, just because, I'm a sucker for make-out scenes.


It would've been better if it included a backstory (as explained in the original novel) on how Cheng Zheng fell in love with Su Yunjin. Also, the movie did not provide more scenes on events that occurred, ultimately not giving enough time on characters to grow and develop properly throughout the story.

Otherwise, the movie is great. The ending was slightly disappointing because I wanted a more straightforward ending, but it opened up questions and allowed me to think about what should happen based on the decisions the couples have made in the story. It's a neutral ending and I didn't see anything bad from it.

By the way, this movie ending isn't the actual ending to the story. If you watch the MV version of the theme song to Never Gone you would see the perfect happy ending that most viewers would be looking for. *raises hand* :)

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2 people found this review helpful
Aug 17, 2016
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 8.0
The action takes place in very beautiful 'nooks' of China - Beijing, Shanghai - which allows us to see not only the beauty of Kris and the main actress but the beauty of this Asian country as well. Nobody can deny that their roles are played perfect - you can actually feel all the pain and confusion the characters are meant to express as well as kind of put yourself in their shoes. You start asking yourself the question 'what would I do if he/she were me'.

Personally, I liked the movie although there were some gaps in the plot but that is somehow understandable considering its short duration. I liked it because it shows real-life situations, it shows how unconditional love can be and how some people are willing to leave everything behind just to experience it and others are not. It shows us the undesirable difference between the poor and the rich. But it also makes it visible to us that money is not exactly everything as we are used to thinking mainly about money in the 21st century. On the other hand, the action was way too fastened and it does not give us the chance to think over the plot. It does not let us see the entire beauty of what is being shown on the screen. However, if it had been done in a drama series, it would not have brought that special feeling at the very end.

To sum up, I recommend the movie to everyone who likes 'dumb' romantic comedies, it warms the heart for sure.

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