Lego Lee, Cindy Lien, Gabriel Lan, Serena Fang, Ricie Fun
Drama Rating: 7/10 Neck Score: A
I did really like how they both had their careers. While she was a hard working chef, we also got to see that she had her problems. Her complacent attitude about her work or anything in life. She was like the opposite of a perfectionist, where just good enough was good enough. Almost right, and so on. For a workaholic like her, that was an interesting combo. It was like she was obsessed with working, but had lost her ambition and drive for improvement or perfection.
He was overly blunt, which is a typical trait for a male lead, but we also clearly got to see from the beginning that he was wearing a mask. He was the cool, smart doctor, who said things too harshly, but he was also a softie. We could tell that he cared about his patients, even when he seemed too gruff with them, as he would continue to take care of them off of work, or after his part was done. He was an OB/GYN because he loved children and wanted to ensure their healthy and safe delivery into the world. That's adorable.
I did say it was all about fate. Gao Bing Bing, our female lead, is the romantic type who believes in reincarnation, and is waiting for her seventh lover, who she has dreams about from her previous lives. Sometimes a soldier, sometimes and emperor, etc. Wang Nuo, our male lead, is a doctor who believes in science. They are first internet gaming friends who happen to be called Romeo and Juliet. Then when they meet in real life, of course they don't like each other. She thinks her fated match is her pastry chef teacher, Bruce Li (hahaha). Wang Nuo thinks she is just annoying, especially since she doesn't take care of herself. They meet in real life first as he steals her bike parking spot, and then as he is randomly her gynecologist. Haha, she ran away as soon as he said she needed an internal check up. Then he becomes her landlord... and so on.
I loved how their relationship grew. From hating each other, to tolerating, to becoming friends, to falling in love, it was lovely to watch. Especially as they were always on a different page, but somehow on the same page. As they said in the show, they were on the same page of fate, or something like that. Also, I love Lego Lee. His acting is good. He is especially good at crying. He does this little lip tremble that is so good! Also, he might be one of the only guys to snort up his snot while crying, and I appreciate that. That's real crying there. There were also some twists that I jokingly said would happen, then when it really did I shouted "omo, omo, daebak!" really loud because I had headphones on. A plot twist that suddenly made everything make sense, but made that bitca first love girl go crazy.
The worst part about it was the drama at the end seemed a little forced. All of the dramatic parts were super dramatic, that is just how most Taiwanese dramas work. I got sick of that childhood friend/first love girl. I wished there had been more to the second romance couple. I don't know why she needed to break up with him just to figure out her feelings, etc. Little things like that. Mostly I just loved it, and especially the main couple. They were cute, especially since they were mostly best friends, but also cute lovers. His confession though. Aw!
This is really long... I must have liked it... a lot.