Wow, so there are a lot of tension between Yu Shu and her father. Yeps, all for a guy. Actually, the sisters both have their guy problems.
Hai Jie tells Die Fei that Alice came to tell him that she really isn’t Alice. Yep, he is depressed.
Yu Shu wakes up to find her father knocking at her door. He doesn’t yell at her but instead brings her breakfast and asks her of her well-being. He kindly tells her to go study in England but she tells him that she doesn’t want to any more. He tells her what that man can give her, he can also give her it. She explains that he loves and she loves him; that are in love. Her father asks her what she knows about love – he turned on his wife and he could turn on her. She talks back asking her father what he understands about love when he all he loves is guard the watch store and her mother’s memorial plague. He tells her even until death he will still love her mother. She asks him now that her mother is not here, what did he use to prove that he loves her mother? He tells her that she and Die Fei can receive happiness and that is proof right there.
He pulls her trying to drag her home but she accidentally spills water on him. He tells that she is his daughter so he has the responsibility to take her home. She tells him she has grown up now and doesn’t need his responsibility. This leaves Father Lan aching.
Alice is packing to return to Japan to visit her granny who has fallen sick. Lisa asks her if she should go with her but Alice tells her there is no need because her grandparents might still be angry with her (Lisa doesn’t know her father-in-law is dead yet…). She tells her mother that when she returns to Japan she will tell her grandparents that she found her mother to let them be prepared for it. Lisa tells her that she has something to return to her grandmother. Alice asks if it is related to her father which her mother tells her it is. Lisa tells her to go retrieve it before she leaves. She then texts SJ that they have gotten their target.
It’s a box with photos of her father and a ring. Alice asks her mother if she needs to keep one of the photos for memory? Her mother tells her that she doesn’t need. It’s in her heart, she thinks about him every day so she won’t forget. Lisa explains that her father used the ring to propose to her and it wasn’t until later that she found out he stole the ring from his mother (that is, the ring is Alice’s granny). Alice asks if this is all and she is disappointed to find that it is.
Yeps, Hai Jie is depressed. Die Fei calls and he doesn’t pick up. He goes to ride his bike only to find that it has a flat tire. Just in the nick of time, Die Fei arrives and takes him out to cure his depressed state. An aeroplane flies past and Die Fei asks if he wants to make a wish. He declines and gives her the wish. They are at a cafe and Die Fei asks if he is sure she isn’t Alice. He tells him he is because he kissed her and she pulled back. He has hopes that although she is not Alice, Alice will return one day and he will wait for her. (Oh man, he is one long hearted guy). She asks her if she minds that Ito Seiko is invading her relationship with Ting Yu. (AAHAHAHAHAHAS!) She asks why she has to mind Ito Seiko, it’s all good if she doesn’t mind her living at Ting Yu’s place. He tells her that Ting Yu clearly likes her yet he has a girlfriend. (Woahh, what? When did you realise this?) She tells her that Ting Yu can’t possibly like her. She asks him if he minds that she is living with Ting Yu because if he does she can move out. He tells her that Ting Yu’s girlfriend hasn’t even said a word so when is it up to him to opinionate?
Yu Shu is depressed because Jin Cang just left, just like that. Die Fei tells her that she knows that she must be feeling really bad right now but since she chose this path she must sustain all the consequences. They decide to go visit their father the next day. (Oh, not good, not good).
Alice goes to hail a taxi but it drives pass her. Then a black car appears and two shoved her in the car and drove off. It’s SJ of course because she didn’t get what he wants. He ties her up and gets her to make a call to her grandmother. Her grandmother is undeniably upset when she tells her that she won’t be return but before she can say more, he cuts the call off.
Die Fei arrives home and realises that her mother’s birthday is today. She is taken back when she discovers that her father has bought a car. He hasn’t driven for over twenty years. He tells her that he has thought a lot of the past two days of her and Yu Shu singing. She recalls them singing in the car and how she threw a tantrum for her mother to drive.
Yu Shu goes to store only to find that it is not open for business. She has called both her sister and father and they aren’t picking up. She gets worried and calls Hai Jie for help. She is worried that her father might do something regretful so Hai Jie goes to call the locksmith.
So Mother Lan goes to open the door to the driver side but a car comes and crashes her. Die Fei tells her father that she always thought that she caused the death of her mother. If she wasn’t that immature, her mother wouldn’t have died. Her father tells her that he always thought that it was him who caused them to be without a parent. How good would it be if they can speak to her mother? He tells her that he cares for both her and Yu Shu. She tells her father who she has been staying with.
They open the store but Yu Shu is worried that there is no one home. Finally, they return and Yu Shu apologises. So everything is all solved.
Die Fei and Hai Jie are having some drink time. She tells him that today she has finally discovered a truth – she didn’t cause her mother’s death. He tells her that he thinks that she is a warm person, actually her whole family is. She then goes to confess but can’t get pass the word ‘I’ when Ting Yu interrupts and calls but she doesn’t pick up. After like a lot of calls, she picks up. He asks her where she is and she tells him that she is at Hai Jie’s place. She asks him what he wants. He tells her he is hungry and that she is responsible for his three meals. He gives her an hour to return home.
He sends Die Fei home and recalls Ito Seiko telling him to move on.
Ting Yu is jealous that all Die Fei does is for Hai Jie. She comes home and brings him food but he just walks off and drowns his depression with Alice. But what he doesn’t know is that one of SJ’s men is watching. Anyway, they start talking about violins and lovers and she doesn’t understand it. She takes leave but he stops her asking if she is Alice. She tells him that she isn’t.
Alice sneaks her way out of the hotel and returns home to visit her grandmother. She finds out that SJ’s people hasn’t been giving her a hard time which is a relief. She shows her grandmother the ring but she doesn’t recognise it as her own right. However, she does sees similarity in it.
Jin Cang has returned. Yu Shu tells him that she really doesn’t know how to face her father. He tells her that they will face this together. She asks him to go meet her with father with her just when his wife arrives. She gives him something that he wants. Coincidentally, his two ladies wear the same headband… She asks Yu Shu to send her out which she does. She kindly ‘gives away’ her husband.
Yu Shu arrives home to tell her father that Jin Cang has divorced with his wife. She apologises for her words leaves. Meanwhile Jin Cang’s wife is at the airport when she calls Jin Cang. She tells him that she is going to go to the place that he promise to take her and look ahead in life.
Hai Jie packs away his Alice.
Father Lan has finally fixed his wife’s broken watch. He tells Die Fei to find a time to give it to Yu Shu and to tell her that no matter what they will always be there for her.
Hai Jie leaves a note to Jin Cang saying that he isn’t feeling well and can’t play the violin any more. He says that he might not come back. Die Fei comes in and Yu Shu quickly throws away the note.
The sisters are out at lunch and Yu Shu tells her that she would be better off to put her time else where, like on the stage singing.
Hai Jie is back at his hometown and his parents tell him to be productive.
Ting Yu isn’t happy with the plan to debut Die Fei. He tells her that he knows that she sings for one person but he isn’t going to come back. He tells her that she and Hai Jie is alike. Hai Jie isn’t playing the violin for a girl and she can’t go on stage to express her own feelings. (Oh, Ting Yu was cool there! Ahahahahs) What is music to you guys!?
Screen time in this drama is all over the place. This ep there was barely two minutes from Ting Yu and there wasn’t much from Die Fei either if you compare it to her sister. I think her sister is overshadowing her both with acting and screen time. Lara’s acting seems bland and emotionless when you compare it to her sister. I’m not sure but I think Yu Shu’s acting is much more smoother and natural than hers.
Oh, what? Excuse me? Hai Jie read that Ting Yu likes Die Fei? Since when was this the case? You can see more of Ting Yu’s feelings here but I think its because the director really wants to get the point across he likes Die Fei. However, even with the feeling in place you can’t really tell that he likes Die Fei. He doesn’t show it that way. All he shows is jealously. I want to see some love and urge for her.
I think the last scene where Ting Yu yelled at Die Fei is his best scene of the show yet. There was power and control over it. That is my favourite scene. It shows Aaron’s ability to be forceful and there it shows that he can act. Oh, and he was very cool there. Hehehehhe.
What does Alice want!? I really want to know! What does she have planned up her sleeve? I don’t think she is a baddie, I don’t think she even wants to do this if it wasn’t for protecting her grandmother. But what does she want? What’s her plan?
Yay! Die Fei is singing next ep! Yay! I look forward to it. Oh, and she looks better with her hair down.