A story about unraveling mysteries and healing follows a man with special abilities and a woman with a dual personality. Kong Yi Fei has many identities. He is a music teacher at a liberal arts school and a criminal psychologist with a talent to see the past through the sense of touch. Han Bing is a hot-blooded female reporter whose other self is a soul that is raging wild. The two meet after being accidentally pulled into a serial murder case. Together with their detective friend Xu Gao Sheng, they work together to capture the real culprit. (Source: ChineseDrama.info) Edit Translation
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If you're free, give it a try! It's a really good show and I'd recommend it to any casual watcher. You never know; you might just get hooked.
The drama started off very strongly and it is very fast-paced overall. You are introduced to the main plot in the first episodes and then you just wait the culprit to be found. Well, it was pretty obvious who the culprit is since the first few episodes, but I was curious to see what the whole situation was about. However, somewhere in the middle, I got tired of watching it and I found it very hard to finish. It got too dragged in my opinion. They could have kept it shorter.
The romance between Yi Fei and Han Bing was the reason I continue watching despite being slightly bored. There was something about them that I absolutely loved. I wanted to see their relationship developing and I just adore how nice Yi Fei was to Han Bing. Han Xue was ruining their moments though, I wish they didn't include this identity disorder, the drama would have been interesting even without it. It's not that I didn't like Han Xue but I strongly prefer Han Bing. The secondary couple was also cute.
Zhou Chen Gao was perfect as Kong Yi Fei and I'm definitely going to check out his other projects. As far as I know, this is his first main role? He was amazing! Nina Wang did a fairly good job at portrating both Han Bing and Han Xue. However, her crying scenes were a bit too much at times. Caesar Li acted very naturally and I loved his character, too. My only problem was Cui Xin Xin as Xiao Zhen. She wasn't convincing at all. Her expressions lacked emotion.
So overall, Deep in my Heart is a nice drama. It has its flaws, but it's enjoyable enough for me to recommend it.