They are all a part of her youth. Both are now aware of their love for each other. That's why Tong Xue cherishes them so fervently and Shaoqian gets mad with jealousy from seeing the box of paper cranes that Tong Xue wholeheartedly treasured. It sounded like she was referring to herself and to Shaoqian. I still can't get over the stupid ending of the drama. At the airport, Tong Xue has emotionally placed Xiao Shan in the same category as Yueying. You should go check out the series if you want to watch something that is not cheesy and has substance.
She is in love with Xiao Shan, but he does not return her affection and she resents Tong Xue for it. The fact that the paper crane is white Shaoqian's favorite color is another big indication. However the moment he finally released her, it was too late for her to run free. It was tremendously amazing even though I'm just looking at the pics!!! The most evident clue is the window painting of a man, woman, and a little dog looking out at sea. ShaoQian continuously sought to divorce Yongfei for the next ten years, but she resolutely refused despite both leading separate lives and being in a nominal marriage. I'm not too excited about Zhao Liying and William Feng pairing as the main leading couple as they don't suit the images I have of the original characters in the novel. One cannot see his eyes expression unlike in the main drama, one could see his eyes expression so clearly! My reaction when I first finished watching the final shot of Mo Shaoqian walking lonely toward the police station was like this.
Expected a happily ever after? He's only a part of her past now, and it's very unlikely she can rekindle her relationship with him after all the things that happened to her. Providentially, she is slimmer than before when shooting the Miniseries Sequel. Mu Yongfei blackmailed Tong Xue to say hurtful things to Shaoqian in order to protect him. Unfortunately, her obsessive behavior drove her husband away on their wedding night. She unwillingly becomes his secret mistress to save her uncle from going to prison. In terms of story execution, the sequel can be split into three phases, each driven by one of the three leading male characters. To cure my poorly frustrated mood, I rushed to reread the dreamily happy epilogue that the author wrote for Sealed with a Kiss novel.
Things are also complicated by Tong Xue's nostalgic feelings for her first love, Xiao Shan Li Zhi Nan. The scriptwriter replied that at first, she didn't intend to let Tong Xue know the homeowner was Shaoqian, and everything she did with the house was just her own subconscious doing. Btw, if you can understand Mandarin, you might want to check out the audio book. Little does she know that her father once betrayed YunZhong Corporation and indirectly caused Mo ShaoQian's father death. She divorced ShaoQian's father when he was a child. On the surface, he treats TongXue coldly and toys with her emotions.
She plotted with her father to bring ShaoQian's father's company to bankruptcy, forcing ShaoQian into a marriage alliance with her. He may have to do some community service and get on probation or pay some fines. According to Chinese netizens, Mo Shaoqian committed no crime that warrant him prison time. I did not watch A Clear Midsummer Night but think should be happy ending, female lead is Yang Mi. No matter how depressing the ending seems to be, the author, director, and scriptwriter all agree Mo Shaoqian and Tong Xue will get back together. Her life as a mistress of a married man only brought her shame and guilt, so she needed to latch on to something optimistic and beautiful to keep her going - the innocence and freedom of first love.
I read somewhere that the Author might write a 3rd epilogue. Despite their age difference, they're such a compatible match! It was his own way to protect her from harm's way. Should just include 1 more scene, or if a scene is too time consuming, even a text would do, just let viewers know they got married!! Even though I never read the novel because I couldn't stand to go through another tragic heartache, I heard this novel is perhaps one of Fei Wo Si Chun's best works. Currently a professor I think they changed it from chemistry in the novel to architecture in the drama at a local university. Or is it TongXue who tortures ShaoQian? However the moment he finally released her, it was too late for her to run free. Then show us Shaoqian at the airport watching Tong Xue's cries from a distance, as described in the epilogue. Yanange from spcnet also pointed out at the airport farewell scene, Tong Xue told Yueying few things about the value of love note: this conversation was supposed to be about Yueying's boyfriend, Zhao Gaoxing, but I think it's actually about Shaoqian.
They didn't seem all freaked out about him going to the police station. The central figure of the first phase is Huang Xiaoming's Xiao Xiaozhang whose intelligence and political shrewdness are well exhibited from Episode 1 to 25. As for Shaoqian, he probably felt Tong Xue's feelings for him due to several clues: 1. Anonymous Exactly how i feel too! More importantly, the scriptwriter confirmed this interpretation. To seal up any loopholes, he reported his knowledge of Tong Xue's uncle crime.
The second phase is led by Liu Haorang's Xiao Pingjing. The scriptwriter and director just don't want to show it to us onscreen. I'm hoping to be proven wrong when I watch the drama. Country: Chinese Status: Released: Genre: ; ; ; ;. I also read the thereafter.
ShaoQian continuously sought to divorce Yongfei for the next ten years, but she resolutely refused despite both leading separate lives and being in a nominal marriage. After ShaoQian discovers Tong Xue's identity, he seeks to avenge his father's death. I can't get enough of them together! Cant u translate romantic scenes from that novel? Tong Xue's father's betrayal plunged Mo Conglomerate into a serious crisis and ShaoQian was forced to enter a political marriage with Mu YongFei, heiress to Mu Conglomerate, in order save his father's company. But for sure, she's not going to try to purposely dig him out to see him. Yang ZiTong as Su ShanShan A famous actress who's interested in Mo ShaoQian, but he uses her to detract his wife's attention away from Tong Xue.