I’m not anywhere near the finale of Season 1 but it’s because I dread finishing Season 1 and won’t be seeing Chen Fei Yu anymore. I like his freshness, I like his sass, and was still holding on to the hope that they won’t change the lead actor. Silly me. In Season 2, Dylan Wang (Meteor Garden) will take over the male lead character. I haven’t seen Meteor Garden 2018 yet so no opinion from me about his acting.
How was the ending guys? Did they leave room for major plots in Season 2?
Surprise! You thought I forgot about this one, didn’t ya? Not! Like a petulant child, I didn’t want to part ways with gentle Ken and lovely Natsu. Thank goodness, I have PingChen to cover that loss in my shippy heart. Chef is not a must-watch, but something light to help you forget the arrogant chaebol guys. And for once, the three ladies are sweethearts right to the end. Each has their own way of loving and letting go.
It’s not that shocking to some fans who saw the ending miles away. Like me, bam bam! If you have seen What Happened in Bali, the endings of both dramas fit each other like siblings. The story might have been slightly acceptable in WHIB, but both story lines are equally torturing! Funny how the writer lured you all into this false sense of security by saying “The ending won’t be as bad as WHIB.” I can’t stop laughing. So her definition of not-as-bad is killing only one character? Mind-boggling. The story is supposed to be about fashion, with a bunch of talents being thrown together and how they struggle to get to the top! But now? They all fight to stoop to the bottomless depths of hell.
My Young Young didn’t end up together, but they love each other until the end. Next time, guys. Next time.
His confession? She didn’t read. Her last words? He didn’t hear. Tragic.