Finding no reason to keep him here, Guangxi packs and readies himself to leave — that is, until he gets a call from Mucheng, telling him about Xiao Le’s kidnap. Now empowered with an ego-preserving mission to stay, Guangxi drops his traveling plan and rushes to Mucheng’s side.
To be more precise, whitening products.
Conflict, however deeply rooted, dissolves at an eventual point in time. The core of the problem isn’t so much dealing with it but recognizing it and facing it.
Had Guangxi made his insecurity transparent, he would have learned the truth of Mucheng’s feelings instead of letting uncertainty dangle in the air. But he is, understandably, terrified of rejection and must therefore suffer the consequences of his cowardice. That is, paranoia, distrust, and a dispensable detour en route to his happy next stop.
Ady An is pretty well established in Mainland China already, Next Stop, Happiness just kicked her popularity up a notch.With her increased exposure, come more filming contracts, interviews, and photo shoots.
Here is a recent photo shoot slash interview Ady did on dealing with gossips.
Some readers have expressed their hopes for me to continue recapping this drama — thanks for letting me know, otherwise I would’ve stopped at episode 11 — while others are curious where recaps 7-10 went. To clarify, 7-10 weren’t written. When in doubt, the complete list of recaps for any given drama can be found in the archive page for dramas or by browsing the drop down menu under Categories on the right-hand panel.
As for future recaps, with Bloody Monday 2 premiering later this month and a few back burner projects still going on (this being one of them), I’m inclined to only recap selective episodes at a slow pace. How many will I write and how slowly will I write them? I can’t say exactly. All I can promise is that there will be a few more recaps before I wrap it up with the recap for finale.