Yuan Hao is a successful businessman who has a fear of marriage. By chance, he meets doctor Xiao Chun, who also believes marriages are useless. Their relationship begins on the wrong foot, and somehow they slowly evolve from adversaries into friends who overcome their respective emotional scars together and fall in love.
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Some people say that this drama was not that good, well let them say what they want, you should watch this drama like you have a relation with it, and you will enjoy the time you and this drama spend together.
ALL THIS PEOPLE ARE THE ONES THAT STARTED WATCHING BOYS OVER FLOWERS AS THEIR FIRST ASIAN DRAMA,SO THEY ARE NOT USED TO DRAMAS LIKE THIS :) :) :) I LIKE THIS DRAMA, AND IF YOU WATCH IT LIKE YOU HAVE A RELATION WITH IT, YOU WILL LIKE IT Too
ENJOY IT BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE <3
The plot on paper seemed very interesting and compelling but once transferred to the screen, its weak points were revealed. The plot moved quite slow, especially in regards to the main couple's loveline. Since this is a drama ultimately focused about relationships, I expected, and was not surprised, by the ups and downs of a relationship. However, what ultimately disappointed me was the way these ups and downs were shown. The common tropes about a cheating ex who won't let go, the bratty third party, a meddling mother, etc. are all nothing new and didn't add anything exciting to the storyline. Rather, it made it predictable and quite boring.
The actors honestly were the ones who saved this drama. Although the character themselves are written very 2D, I must commend the actors and actresses for bringing them to life and adding depth. The good acting and chemistry between the main leads were the only reason I didn't drop this drama entirely.
This drama could have been great, but ultimately felt flat with the weak writing, even with the great acting. I would not watch this drama again, or if I did, I would skip the first 2/3 and get right into the meat with our main couple. The side characters are very 2D and common tropes you can see in any other romance storyline, so eventually they become repetitive fillers that are just there for the purpose of dragging out the storyline instead of being an actual obstacle to the relationship or allowing the couple to grow.