First Impression: What do you think of The Way We Were with Tang Yan and Luo Jin?

Is it the real life couple’s 5th collaboration? Tang Yan and Luo Jin are back at it in the new modern drama, The Way We Were. The story follows four students studying abroad, searching for intellect and love. Our female lead is a smart girl, pursuing a degree in law, unique in that she rises to the top based on her own efforts. The two leads meet and fall in love but a crisis comes their way. The hero is involved in exposing their dads’ criminal activity and our heroine is caught in between as a witness. Ultimately, the culprit is revealed and there’s a heavy price to pay. Everyone grows up in the process, understanding humanity and the value of life, returning to the path of justice.

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  1. 3 thoughts on “First Impression: What do you think of The Way We Were with Tang Yan and Luo Jin?

    I like it so far. I hope the leads continue to stay in America because I have a feeling the drama will go into dog blood melodramatic territory once they get back to China.

  2. 3 thoughts on “First Impression: What do you think of The Way We Were with Tang Yan and Luo Jin?

    I am liking it so far too. It is not the typical idol drama and I enjoy Tang Yan’s character and her struggle on studying aboard. Luo Jin’s character is interesting too with the struggle in humanity. I agree with what he said that they can try to wipe out the truth in the eyes of the law but it can’t be wipe out from his mind. The situation does keep me thinking and wondering what is right and wrong with so much gray area in between. Hope they will continue with this quality throughout the drama 🙂

    • 3 thoughts on “First Impression: What do you think of The Way We Were with Tang Yan and Luo Jin?

      By the way, is this an adaption from a novel? If so, is the ending HE or SE?

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