“Wouldn’t be uncomfortable to have a boyfriend like me?”, he asked. As a celebrity, he gets no privacy, his work requires him to be away for weeks or months and he always have to watch his attitude in front of so many people. But for Jia He, all he wants to cherish and be with her.
“Wouldn’t be inconvenient to have a girlfriend like me?”, she answered. As a screenwriter, she works behind the scene, she’s not used on being the one who’s in the limelight. As a normal fan, she wondered if she’s enough for him. But for Yi Wenze, she’s willing to try and trust him.
Though I was not born in a rich family like her, I understand the struggle of growing up alone.
Growing up independently has it's own perks, like Song Yu Shan, you get to do anything you want and buy anything you want. But all materialistic things will lose it's value once you realize it's not you really want.
The feeling of being safe is like a paradise for someone who haven't felt that for a long time. But she knows that what they have is purely work and it's only limited.
Although Xiang Yu's rejection does not mean he doesn't love her, what I thought is that it's because Song Yu Shan is still young and thought she would forget him sooner and later—but oh how wrong he is. Not only she didn't forget, he also did not forget her for eight years. WHOLE EIGHT YEARS. If that isn't love, I don't know what it is.
"I said I was a man with few desires and very few things I wanted to have. So, I am very fortunate to have met a person, let me taste sweet, know not to give up, learn to miss. For me, she is more important than anything else. I had a lot to do with my job, but she wanted me to be more free to do what I really liked. That's her wish, and that's what I'm fighting for."