Alors… ici, l’aperçu plus attendu!
Ji Cun Xi wallows in sorrow for two years, then fate converges the two diverging people once and for all. Cun Xi goes to Shanghai on a short business trip. Before returning to Taiwan for his fiancée ‘s dance class opening, he decides to go to an art gallery. (Yes, Anna has been promoted to being the fiancée, which makes Ji Cun Xi a committer of bigamy. tsk tsk!)
At the gallery, he sees a porcelain horse named souvenir and takes an immediate liking. Xin Yi calls Cun Xi to thank him for purchasing her work and arranges for an in person meeting to express her gratitude. They of course miss by inches, like the other 848323439480 drama scenes. On the ride to airport, Cun Xi opens the description brochure that comes with the art piece and notices that the designer is Chen Xin Yi. (As if the horse, the name of the pottery, and Xin Yi’s voice on the phone are not enough to light a bulb in Cun Xi’s memory.)
Cun Xi immediately orders the driver to turn back – we all know what that means, he is going to stand Anna up. (Come on, everybody has their ‘first time’!) That’s not all,
Cun Xi finds out Elaine (AKA: Chen Xin Yi post-transfiguration) is celebrating her success with Dylan. He follows them to the party and somehow gets hold of a mask to disguise himself with. If his instinct didn’t prepare him for seeing Some intimacy between Dylan and Elaine before his impulse took over, then watching Dylan spoon-feed Elaine definitely takes care of it.
Cun Xi asks Xin Yi to dance, first the romantic waltz, then the wild tango. (Where is the swoon-inducing romance? Where is the enticing swirling that makes every cell of your body ready to be swept away? Sorry, I must be to insensitive to feel the sensation that’s Supposed to carry out by the scene.) Apparently, the chemistry is lost on Xin Yi as well, for she absolutely cannot figure out who the man she has been wildly dancing with is.
Can’t recognize Ji Cun Xi? That’s not the direction a drama “should” venture into. So, Xin Yi and Cun Xi SOMEHOW, EVENTUALLY get back together, in bed – where they first started – while Ji Cun Xi confesses his love to Xin Yi.
Ta-da, end of preview.
Second preview. I’m sure most of you have seen the clips from the previous previews when the production team was madly advertising for the Shanghai scenes. Which means, the producers have been pulling scenes from a large number of future episodes to attractor audiences. Which also means, the development is going to be slllllllllllllllow. (heck, 22 episodes, we’re only on what..? 13?)