Li Zi Yu is a simple, kind-hearted and righteous girl. She starts working at a public relationships company, but unfortunately meets a difficult boss. The boss Fan Shu Chen is a talented hidden rich heir who is very hostile towards Zi Yu, making Zi Yu tremble with fear every day. What she doesn’t know is that company secrets have been leaked since the day she started working and Shu Chen is thus heavily suspecting her. But gradually, the two start to appreciate and admire each other. However, Shu Chen’s three best friends each have their theory on Zi Yu’s identity, making Shu Chen all confused. When Shu Chen’s rival Luo Zong Liang appears, it becomes known that Zong Liang and Zi Yu have some sort of relationship which anew arouses suspicion that Zi Yu could be a spy sent by Zong Liang. What is the truth behind everything? And will Zi Yu and Shu Chen’s love-hate relationship have a happy end? Edit Translation
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Well, a bit long for 38 episodes but i really love their friendship and how they always be there for each other. No triangle love whatsoever, just a bad brother who does anykind of things for his own sake.
The business things takes a lot of story but you can skip bit by bit if you don't like it.
Overall, i enjoy this drama and romance of the main leads and their friends, not in a hurry, slowly but sure and steady.
I felt compelled to skip ahead because I felt ambivalent towards the main characters and wasn't sold on their relationship/chemistry. Fan Shu Chen felt a little too self-righteous, and Lin Zi Yu felt a little too pitiful/sad. I'm not saying that Lin Zi Yu was a pushover - she definitely stood up for herself and others! Of what I saw, I didn't feel there was *unnecessary or ridiculous* drama, conflicts, or misunderstandings. (But it could have happened in the 17 episodes I skipped.)
The other reasons I skipped the middle portion involve the rivalry between the two public relations firms that is one of the central storylines, as well as a villainous character whose storyline I wish had gone in a different direction. There were some plot developments that felt clunky or contrived.
That being said, I really liked the friendship between the male lead and his three best friends. They each had storylines relating to their careers and relationships, and were genuinely loyal and supportive of each other. I would consider going back and skimming through the episodes for the storylines of the two female friends.