Yezi's father died young and she left home early to repay her mother's debts, and at the same time she also supports her younger brother with his studies. At the other end of the city, fashion photographer Xiatian and top supermodel Flora are being called the golden pair, successful and famous. However, Xiatian's innermost desire is a simple and straightforward life, he longs to become a wildlife photographer.is girlfriend Flora cannot forget the life of fame and fortune, and Xiatian gets tired of dealing with her until he finally chooses to break up. In Yezi, the convenience store girl, Xiatian saw his own desire for pure happiness.
Cast & Credits
That Love Comes isn't awful, nor bothersome or irritating, it's also not badly written, it's just plain.
Equation: Normal handsome, rich, young man versus courageous, but poor girl story minus dramatic scenes minus cuteness minus fluffy Taiwanese/Chinese craziness equals That Love Comes.
The usual up and downs occur, but so far beneath the surface of our pond that the surface is not even disturbed.
Joe Cheng's performance and likely (plus only) attraction of the drama is not one to start screaming in ecstasy, but it's not bad either. Li Fei Er, our little see rose swimming on the little pond with her comrades, stands out as she is the palest among all of them.
The Music flushes by like the light raining outdoors which helps you fall asleep and makes you feel comfortable - but the next day it's forgotten.
A rewatch value is basically non-existent. (Although it might be a good alternative for a sleeping pill.)
A drama, which is not bad, but not outstanding either, it will keep you entertained, but there is no depth and there are better versions of the same material.
It was only a half hour show. Each episode had 4 or 5 minutes, of flashbacks. Without all the flashbacks, more of the story could have been told, characters could have been more developed.
With all the flashbacks, we are being told a few things; Possibly the writers, were too lazy to finish the story, and only went with the synopsis of each episode. Could it be the stars had other schedules and could complete all the scenes? Or did the writers and producers really not have enough confidence in the actors to fill 6 hours? If not it should not have been written.