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At first I was a little bored, but then I woke up when Lego Li (Liu Chuan) came on to the scenes! The tea-offering love confession contest is a lot of fun. * After episode 3, I realized this show is really a breath of fresh air. It's not a simplistic idol drama. We will see friendships built over time and young people grow into mature adults. I do hope the writers continue on an even pace as this show is over 30 episodes long. * To people who want more than one episode at a time, think of it as 2 episodes watched together.
Korean fathers are scary! Ep 17 is very good. I'm upgrading the show to 4 stars. Kim Tan breaking down is so sad to watch. Will there be a time jump to wrap up the many alliances, adversaries, and the romantic rivalries? The story has even made us sympathetic to the heirs who suffer as sons and daughters of the super rich. KWB seems to have the most meaty part to play so far as someone who could become a psycho when he grows up. LMH has me believing Kim Tan is introspective and sensitive, and a young man on the cusp of becoming either great or obscure, but I wish he was given more to do. Is romance at 18 a stumbling block or a future memory for him? I actually don't know if I want the usual happy ending. The question is: Is this really a romance comedy or a melodrama? Or, is it actually a historical dressed in designer clothes? I want to see Tan and Eun Sang become happy but it is a path full of thorns for them with an evil Emperor. Fighting!
Very sweet and touching beginning. So far I like it. This story is unconventional because we, the viewers, got the romantic scenes in the first episode. Now that it's reset, we have no idea what will happen. It is now a brand new future, or new fate? * After ep 4, I am still patiently waiting for something dramatic to happen. Like the interjection of a new guy. Not quite sure how Xi Wei will recover his love for Hai Lin since to him it's never happened! * I'm enchanted by ep 1 and I re-watch it sometimes when I feel in the mood.