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We watched all 72 episodes, lol. When it first showed up on Netflix it showed only 12 episodes and while we were watching the first few it changed to 72 episodes, but we couldn't select the episodes, so we were wondering which was correct. Only when we got into 20+ episodes did it start working correctly.
This show is light fluff. The conflicts are generally pretty minor, the reactions overblown and the solutions surprisingly simply and quick. There is the primary romance and a secondary romance with two additional relationships. Business issues, health and accidents fill out all the conflicts.
If you like your romances naive and simple, then you will probably like this. It is too simple for our tastes, but the acting is good enough that I blame the writer(s) for the slow, mostly boring script and simplistic characters. We did finish it, but there were times we considered moving on to another show. Just finishing it deserves 5 or 6 stars, so we decided to be generous.
Just an FYI, the English subs are iffy, every episode has some literal translations that miss the meaning. It didn't really bother us as we both speak Chinese.
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