Monday, August 26, 2013

Sealed with a Kiss 千山暮雪 (2011)


Since it seems like I've been having some weird TV/Movie theme, it's only right to go back to where TV and romance merge.  Let's start the week off with a series very much like a romance novel.
Heck, it was originally a novel first.



Sealed with a Kiss

This was pretty much a classical romance novel, like a classic romance novel in tv form.  If I really thought about it, it would be like a combo of old school historical with a huge emphasis in Harlequin Present.  I'm not even kidding about the similarities and I meant it in the best way. They also had a lot of the same pitfalls, but still, it makes one think about some of the romance novels we read when you see actual people acting it out. 

Some great places that already discussed this story thoroughly.

Basically, guy blackmails girl (because her uncle embezzled money) to be his mistress as revenge for when her father took a bribe and sold the guy's father's business secrets, which in turn caused guy's father's death.  We later find out, guy was forced into political marriage in exchange for money to save his family/father's company for 10 years.  They ended up being together for 3 years, while the guy remained conflicted between love and revenge, while also being cruel to the woman he loves in order to protect her from his crazy wife.  It gets very complicated and very very intricate and oh so juicy, but I loved every moment even though I shouldn't have (minus a few forced kisses, etc.).

The guy, Mo Shao Qian, was very much your typical cold, smart, powerful guy.  The great part was how the actor played out the conflicts.  Despite him being creepy and cruel for the most parts in the beginning, the actor was good at portraying the conflicts and by the end, you really feel for the guy.

The girl, Tong Xue...well, she sometimes fall into the martyrdom/tstl at times, but what I really enjoyed was that it gets repeated pointed out.  Where even at the end, the Tong Xue herself said that she was so stupid to not realize what was happening.  Again, I also felt it was more so in the tv show.  In the novel, she's not only younger so that thus actually more understandable that she wasn't as strong a character

The political wife, Mu Yong Fei, was absolutely ruthless. Oh gosh was she crazy.  The actress was awesome though and played her so well, there were times you'd feel so bad for her...if not of the crazy she pulled right before and after. Oh gosh, she's absolutely brilliantly crazy.

With all the insane problems and dramas, I felt this was a great story still because at the core of this story was about the contrast of love, obsession and possession. 



The novel was in first person, so it wasn't until the inner monologues of Mo Shoa Qian and Mu Yong Fei came out did we really see some of the deeper dynamics.  In this aspect, I really enjoyed the tv show because they allowed a lot of the inner monologues and actions to be revealed to us the viewers whereas in the novel, it wasn't really revealed.  The TV version incorporated a lot of these monologues really well and I totally appreciated the confrontation where everything was revealed, even to the family.

The bottom all contains spoiler.

In the novel, we weren't really sure when or how Shao Qian (until monologues, etc) actually fell in love with Tong Xue and it felt more cruel given the situation.  In both cases, we later found out that Shao Qian actually always liked Tong Xue and that he's cruelty to her was two folded.  One, he felt extreme guilt and anger at falling in love with the daughter of the man responsible for his father's death.  The more he cared for her, the more he hated himself.  Two, she was the only person he really ever loved, but could really have given she was hung up on her ex.  Related to two, was three, his crazy wife.  It was rather incredible that Shao Qian actually hid the fact he had a mistress for almost 3 years from his wife, because he knew how his wife would react.  The nicer he was to Tong Xue, the higher the danger it posed to her. 

The line up was: he liked her, found out who she was and decided to both possess and punish her, then he loved her and wanted to protect her (by being mean to her?!!!), .finally he realized how much he loved her and have you everything for her.  We also later find out that the political marriage, was never consummated and that actually, the guy actually tried to ask for a divorce the night of the wedding.  The different in the TV show was that the marriage was entirely fake, without any papers.  Novel-wise, they were actually married but again, never consummated.  Shao Qian had actually only ever been with Tong Xue despite most of it being in the grey area of non-consensual.  The novel was the same but for the greater part, Tong Xue was not as victimized and that some of the physical encounters weren't as bad as the TV ones.  Still a bunch of grey areas though -_-'.

A big difference was the expansion of the roles of the Shao Qian's mother and Mu Yong Fei's father.  Both were a plus, since they were played by my favorite actress and actor growing up.  I loved the layers and the relationships they brought in. They also made a lot of the situation a lot more tragic while making the whole story come together. The interactions and end with Shao Qian's mother was also a good way to show his true personality which was good for the story.

The final reveal in the show was just plain scary.  When Mu Yong Fei was finally confronted with proof and spoke up about all her schemes, it literally freaked me out.  The actress had this perfect edge of passion, sadness and insanity.  You gotta love a villain that's pitiable and more than anything, intelligent.  She was the most intelligent person in the entire show, yet was also the craziest.  She let her love become obsession and ended up causing herself the most pain. 

Basically, she was the one that set up the bribes, the corporate espionage and controlled everything from the beginning.  She actually caused the death of Shao Qian's father.  When her brother asked why, all she said was like 6 words: Dad wanted money, I wanted person (him, Mo Sha Qian).  O_O
She literally schemed everything just to marry the guy thinking that if she worked hard enough, she could get him to love her. It was insane.

At the same time, even with her obsession, I still loved how the author even attempted an explanation. She herself said that if her father didn't favor the brother (gender) to take over the company, she wouldn't have the time to care about a man.  My entire body went chilled and got goosebumps all over at that. She sounded so scary. Logical yet everything she said was so freaking evil.

Now, onto the grey areas.  Ok, this was blackmail, so by my standard, most of those sexual encounters (that we don't see) would count as coercian and forced seduction. According to the novel, the girl had more sexual power and was stronger in personality, but it didn't make any of this better.  From the clips I've read, she was much more snarky and sarcastic.  In the show, she acted more like a scared bunny for the most part and rather stupid.  It was kind of understandable in the novel since she was younger there (they made her older in the tv show).  I liked the end a lot more because we saw how their interactions were more equal.  She's hilarious at times.  In the show, she almost had no strength and simply acted as she was told (which was again pointed out in the show itself).



I think even though I was very uncomfortable with their sexual interactions and the fact the entire relationship was based on force, it brought up a lot of very interesting issues I had thought about.  In romance novels and rom-land, a lot of the older novels as well as historical novels (sometimes even paranormal and erotica genres), there's the discussion of those blackmailed relationships, forced kisses, coerced relationships and how unrealistic or just plain-out wrong.  Well, I am using this show as a way to show that yeah, it's creepy and scary and WRONG.  Even if you loved someone, those actions were simply bad.  Which was most of the first 20 episodes. Lol.  While watching the show, I sometimes kept asking myself what am I doing watching this.  For some reason, I couldn't stop. -_- I would like to say it was because of the acting, but that's only a partial truth.  The story itself was very addictive.  As I mentioned earlier, I really felt the story was about the variations of love and what it truly meant to love.

Tong Xue's love was almost childish.  It made her weak on all counts and was unrealistic.  I think that's what her ex-boyfriend also encompassed.  Tong Xue continually clung onto the memories of her ex-boyfriend because it was during her youth, when she was carefree and didn't have any worries or responsibility, ergo, childish for the most part.  Even her love for her family was childish.  The reason she was being this rich married man's mistress was because she was helping cover up a crime.  She thought somehow this martyrdom was love.  It wasn't...it's stupid.  When the uncle finally realized what happened, he turned himself into the police because, seriously, this wasn't love, it was childish.  Even in the tv show, where Tong Xue let herself be used a second time to save her best friend's family, we kind of saw how she was growing up in her relationships.  The last step where she did as the crazy wife asked - to say horrible things to Shao Qian to protect him...I guess it was to show maturity, but it just annoyed me.  Nothing annoys me more in love stories when the characters weren't truthful to each other.  I always felt if they put their minds together, they would be able to at least not have misundestandings.  Still, one thing about her that was admirable was her ability to still live a relatively normal life.  She still worked, had friends and that's also a testament of her strength.  Stupid, oblivious, optimistic strength, but strength nonetheless.  Side note, she really seemed to be stronger in the novel than the TV so the shift at the end wasn't as abrupt as it looked.

Mu Yong Fei's love was the unhealthy stuff. It's equally obsession and possession, thus still very immature in its own way.  She fell in love with Mo Shao Qian at age 20 and did everything possible to possess him, thinking that it'll make him love her.  Yong Fei's love was all about having him to herself, the unhealthy sort of love...if at that.  At some point, I figured it was because she never really felt loved or valued the way she wanted.  She even pointed out during the confrontation; her father was powerful, she was the jewel in everyone's eye, she was beautiful and smart, the fact that Shao Qian rejected her advances 10 years ago only made her want him more.  It kind of dimmed that love into possession, etc.  Especially the part where she basically said that if she could it all over again, she'd still do the same thing. O_o 

Shao Qian's love was like the combo of the two and probably ended up being the better of the two.  We later find out that he really truly ever only loved Tong Xue and never wavered.  Even when women threw themselves at him, he just moved away.  At the same time, he was still possessive, obsessive and super jealous.  Heck, he blackmailed her into being with him.  At the same time, Shao Qian didn't delude himself that she would love him.  He just wanted to be with her for however long he can.  Even in his own monologue, Shao Qian hated himself for not being good to her...yet he continued. Ah, stupidity.  He probably matured the most out of all the characters because he was finally able to let it all go and just love Tong Xue sincerely.  He gave up his father's company, his career, most of his money, as well as finally letting go of Tong Xue all because he truly loved her.   Took some time though since there were times he was just too mean and cruel.  BUT, as with all romance novels fantasy, he did make it up to her.  Seems like when a guy let the woman he loves go (to do whatever she pleased) and sacrificed his career, family business, and fortune all to protect her, it kind of counts as enough groveling. 

A few side characters I thought were pretty cool: The best friend Liu Yue Ying was a very fun and intelligent character.  The crazy woman's brother, Mu Zen Fei, was also great.  He's very intelligent and was somehow a great medium to all the craziness going around.  And I already mentioned the parents. :)

Overall, I liked all the characters, even when they act stupid and crazy.  Even the villain, Yong Fei, was awesome to watch.  She's actually one of those really good villains that you love to hate. Ergo, gotta love every character.  On a side note, I love the actor * and actress * that played the respective parents. Loved watching them. 

A few final notes I found interesting:

The discussion of abortion.  I don't know how to explain it, but the stigma and discussion of abortion was very different in the way I was brought up than a lot of the current political environment where it absolutely makes no sense to me.  Ok, to not go into a complete rambling of this particular issue - I just wanted to point out how it related to this story.  The TV show made a change in that Tong Xue lost the baby at the end.  In the novel, she actually did terminate the pregnancy.  It was a rational and realistic decision and didn't go into some moral ranting.  

Also, in the novel, Mu Yong Fei actually ended more tragically to show that bad things happen to bad people.  The actress that was used in the series, well, Mu Tong Fei let it be known that the actress had STDs so she was ruined.  In revenge, the actress threw acid on Mu Tong Fei's face. 

Another difference was the ending.  In the TV, we're made to think they're separated.  In the novel, they actually got married after she came back from overseas.  Shao Qian didn't go to jail or anything, so the mini-series that came after this was complete nonsense. 

All I can say was to not to think too deeply about the characters because in the end, all you can say would be stupid.  Every single one of them indeed. Hahaha.  From what I could tell, the moral of this series was to not cling onto those we love and let them make their own choices.  In a sense, no one can control whom they love, but they can control how they act and react.  One cannot force another to love them either, as with all three characters.

Mu Yong Fei schemed and forced, threatened and pleaded, but could not get Mo Shao Qian to love her.  Mo Shao Qian blackmailed his entire relationship with Tong Xue, all the while showering her with expensive gifts, but could never get her to smile happily at him.  Tong Xue sort of waited around for a man that couldn't make a decision, but she remained strong and true to herself.  Tong Xue maintained friends, co-workers, and school even though she had no power and no choice and terrible terrible things happened to her.  It wasn't until Mo Shao Qian took a hint and became more like Tong Xue did things really started to work out.  Tong Xue ended up falling in love with the part of him that wasn't insane like Yong Fei.  Yong Fei, unable to fully let go remained miserable.

I know it sounded like a stretch, but the story and characters were well written. The level of complexity between every character as well as the business aspects were realistic, even when crazy.  I felt it was great at pointing out the problems in it's own story.  It was almost as if the author wrote out a typical romance novel, then broke everything down by showing all the problems with the typical stereotypes of unbalanced relationships and how the reality of those romance stories really weren't romantic. It wasn't until our H/h started to be more "real" did their relationship became realistic in order to have a happy ending.

The novel actually had an epilogue and the author wrote little snip-its of their married life together. It's very cute and has been translated here.  I personally liked the epilogue a lot better since there were still too many parts about the story that bothered me.  I'd almost rather read about their married life rather than the crazy courtship.  It's more fun and less...creepy.

So, conclusion - I am very conflicted about this series as it has pros and cons and very much fits into the category romance world.  Still, I was glad to have watched it.  Whether I wanted to or not, it made me think on the idea of romance, the nature of romance novels and the realities of relationships.  Even as I cowered into a corner at certain scenes, winced and fast forwarded certain parts, it was still an important experience within its own right.  Ergo, no real ratings.  It's more of a flip of the coin.

10 comments:

  1. Hawick Lau is getting increasingly popular! Too bad I'm not such a big fan of his.

    Hmmmm, I'll keep this one in mind, but I don't think I'll be watching. Lately, I don't feel like watching Asian TV shows because the dubbing company is sooo bad! I rather watch original with subtitles, but it's hard work LOL. And also, reading subtittles... well it's time consuming ^_^;

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  2. I didn't even know he was popular until recently. Lol, so right there with ya. ;)

    I'm on overload right now, but yeah, the subtitles are exhausting! My eyes get so tired switching from the words to the actions and have to rewatch things just to get it. *sigh*

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  3. I just got to watch this show about 3 weeks ago. Definitely agree with you that the show itself is very addictive. Never was i bored even for a moment except when Xiao Shan came onboard & that lady by the name of Lin Zhi Xian. Both of them should just get married & out of the picture! Whew! Plain boring especially Xiao Shan & I don't understand how Tong Xue can 'cry over him' for so long. Any time Mo Shao Xian is better (hahaha)!

    I just love MSQ to the max! I think Hawick really did a perfect job in portraying MSQ. His body language, facial expression, eyes expression (those who have watched the show will know what I'm talking about) is just superb! He can be looking at her so fiercely but when she's unaware, his look became 1 of love/longing & you just feel his loneliness. The scene when he used drinking water as an excuse to catch a glimpse of her in his kitchen broke my heart. Another scene that broke my heart was how his tears flowed (episode 17) after he chased her out of his home when his crazy wife discovered about her. Infact this show had many scenes that broke my heart, made me cried my heart out, in the end viewers just love MSQ because he truly wasn't the beast....

    Tong Xue grew on me gradually. I mean, although she was alittle plump, but given the storyline, she was supposed to be the 'girl next door' or 'student' when she met Mo Shao Qian. She wasn't supposed to be a sexy sophisticated woman. I like that she played the plain Jane pretty well except that she's really 'stupid' in the show or 'slow' she just can't take hints although it had been hinted to her countless times how Mo Shao Qian feels about her.

    Yup, i love that friend of her, Yue Ying. I think if anyone has a friend like Yue Ying, it truly is a blessing. She's really a true friend in good times & in bad. And i like Mu Zhen Fei too. He's 1 nice chap who really shares a good relationship with Shao Qian. I just love it when both of them come onboard.

    However, i find Mu Yong Fei a sick woman. Her love for Shao Qian is too overbearing & in the end we know she's actually the master mind of all the 'evil'. Another person i can't stand is that old man (Cheng Hou) who caused Tong Xue miscarriage.

    I find Hawick/Ying Er acted very well in the main drama. Both seem to fit well together. They got good chemistry. Although Ying Er wardrobe could do with improvement. They really gave her funny looking outfits with funny colour combination! But Hawick looked so dashing in every episode, never mind what he's wearing.

    However, is it just me or if you've watched the mini series, i find it a big disappointment! The storyline is poorly written. Hawick's outfit there is same throughout the whole show (that black outfit with beanie)! Plus that big black spec that covered up every eye expression. In the main drama we could tell his emotion based on his 'eyes' as many things he was not supposed to speak out esp infront of Tong Xue. I find the mini series a piece of crap plus both Hawick/Ying Er seems lacking in chemistry in the mini series. If you've watched the main drama you know what I'm talking about.

    So much of my ranting. If you've not watched this drama Qian Shan Mu Xue, i say it's a 'must watch' show but watch only the main drama than read the epilogue from the novel. The author gave them a 'married' life in the novel but the drama gave a stupid open ending - really stupid ending. But you can forget about the miniseries because it really sucks!

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    1. Thank you for reading and thank you for your post!

      Lol, I agree. It dragged when Xiao Shan showed up, but according to the author - that was because she originally intended Tong Xue to end up with Xian Shan. As she was writing though, she realized that Tong Xue should be with Mo Shao Xian instead.

      Hawick is definitely an awesome actor in this show. He is incredible at changing from sad to anger to loving and it all seemed very natural.

      Tong Xue was meant to be plump and I think the writer even felt the actress was too pretty and should be even plumper. I also agree that the tv show made her a little too stupid. In the novels, Tong Xue was actually much smarter and had a stronger personality. She was also very sarcastic and funny.

      All the secondary characters were fun to watch and very exciting throughout.

      And yes, the miniseries was a complete waste of time. After the series, I just imagine it being like the novel where they get married and have a crazy and fun marriage. :)

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    2. Hi little alys - thanks for replying to my post too! I'm glad FWSC didn't end up XS with TX. I would scream out loud. I think after watching QSMX drama, fans of the drama will scream their lungs out if we see XS end up with TX. LOL.

      Yes, i actually didn't know that the actor was Hawick. Serious ok. I watched because my friend recommended this MUST WATCH drama. I found Mo Shao Qian so dashing than I decided to check up on the actor & i was truly surprised it is Hawick. Honestly, Mo Shao Qian didnt even 1 bit like Hawick, is like a character came to life. Hawick played this role so so well. I really take my hat off.

      I watched a couple of episodes of Ruyi & found the storyline not as interesting as QSMX plus his acting didn't impress me as much as he did as Mo Shao Qian so i gave up watching. Plus YM is not my fan so even more bye bye to the show. Even in IN LOVE WITH POWER i found he wasn't as impressive as Mo Shao Qian. I'm just bias. I love MSQ to the max! He acted really good there.

      Yes i agree about TX. She's meant to be a plain character in terms of look & intelligence but a truly sincere/honest girl. True, the drama made her too stupid compared to the novel. The drama also made her too scared. In the novel her relationship with MSQ wasn't 24 hours bad. At least we know in the novel she does respond to his kisses....hahaha!

      I tried to re-watch the drama a 2nd time & I only manage up to episode 10. From the time she left his home after finding out her Uncle betrayed her, i cannot continue. My heart broke when MSQ searched for her the whole night & slept in her room. So heartbreaking! I think if the drama didnt have his wife discover about her so soon, i think he would be changing his bedroom to her bedroom every night from the time she comes home. Haha!

      I'm getting confused about the ring though. Remember she sold the ring & deposited the cash into his credit card? The episode she hide herself in his kitchen...Than in another episode after that, she arranged to meet him in the Cafe to return him the ring & he threw it on the floor....thought she already sold the ring???????

      I like the meaning of the flowers colour though. The stupid ending in the drama makes me want scream my lungs out! I love the 1st epilogue of their married life. Hope more epilogues come....hoping to read about junior MSQ/TX.

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    3. little alys - sorry i missed a word in 1 of the sentence. I meant to say MSQ did not 1 bit look like Hawick. I couldn't recognise it was Hawick face. MSQ look like a character came to life. Too handsome!

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    4. I knew it was Hawick, but I never really followed him before this. The other show I watched of his was also with the same actress for Painted Skin 2, tv series.

      Yeah, the novel had Tong Xue as a much stronger character. The tv show made her much more weak even though they made her older.

      Same here, when I rewatch it, I start skipping around. Even though I really liked the show, there were still too many parts I don't like. Some of the stuff Mo Shao Qian did (along with almost everyone else in the show) was pretty much illegal in my opinion. It was also a very dysfunctional relationship for the most part. If it wasn't for the novel, I probably would not have finished the TV show. Then again, Hawick was very good at bringing in some good and sensitive qualities into Mo Shao Qian.

      Oh, as the for ring. After it was sold, Mo Shao Qian bought it back and gave it to her thinking that she would like it back. That's why it was still around.

      I totally agree with the end of the drama. Every time I finish, I go read the epilogue and just ignore the open ended part. Lol. In my mind, after he went to the police, they were able to meet up again after he gets released and she comes back from school. Then they get married and tada! The epilogue stories. :)

      He does look very handsome in there. Character-wise, he was still too scary.

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    5. Hahaha...i know what you mean. He wasn't very impressive in other drama until this one...

      Yes i agree. It was a 1 sided relationship all along since it was based on force/blackmail until she found out his I LOVE YOU message. Actually i stayed on the show because of MSQ.

      Oh ok...i must have missed out the ring part. I didn't know he bought it back. And according to some netizens who wrote in their weibo, i remembered reading....that his confession doesn't warrant any jail time. And anyway it's not even in the novel.

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  4. I just got to watch this show about 3 weeks ago. Definitely agree with you that the show itself is very addictive. Never was i bored even for a moment except when Xiao Shan came onboard & that lady by the name of Lin Zhi Xian. Both of them should just get married & out of the picture! Whew! Plain boring especially Xiao Shan & I don't understand how Tong Xue can 'cry over him' for so long. Any time Mo Shao Xian is better (hahaha)!

    I just love MSQ to the max! I think Hawick really did a perfect job in portraying MSQ. His body language, facial expression, eyes expression (those who have watched the show will know what I'm talking about) is just superb! He can be looking at her so fiercely but when she's unaware, his look became 1 of love/longing & you just feel his loneliness. The scene when he used drinking water as an excuse to catch a glimpse of her in his kitchen broke my heart. Another scene that broke my heart was how his tears flowed (episode 17) after he chased her out of his home when his crazy wife discovered about her. Infact this show had many scenes that broke my heart, made me cried my heart out, in the end viewers just love MSQ because he truly wasn't the beast....

    Tong Xue grew on me gradually. I mean, although she was alittle plump, but given the storyline, she was supposed to be the 'girl next door' or 'student' when she met Mo Shao Qian. She wasn't supposed to be a sexy sophisticated woman. I like that she played the plain Jane pretty well except that she's really 'stupid' in the show or 'slow' she just can't take hints although it had been hinted to her countless times how Mo Shao Qian feels about her.

    Yup, i love that friend of her, Yue Ying. I think if anyone has a friend like Yue Ying, it truly is a blessing. She's really a true friend in good times & in bad. And i like Mu Zhen Fei too. He's 1 nice chap who really shares a good relationship with Shao Qian. I just love it when both of them come onboard.

    However, i find Mu Yong Fei a sick woman. Her love for Shao Qian is too overbearing & in the end we know she's actually the master mind of all the 'evil'. Another person i can't stand is that old man (Cheng Hou) who caused Tong Xue miscarriage.

    I find Hawick/Ying Er acted very well in the main drama. Both seem to fit well together. They got good chemistry. Although Ying Er wardrobe could do with improvement. They really gave her funny looking outfits with funny colour combination! But Hawick looked so dashing in every episode, never mind what he's wearing.

    However, is it just me or if you've watched the mini series, i find it a big disappointment! The storyline is poorly written. Hawick's outfit there is same throughout the whole show (that black outfit with beanie)! Plus that big black spec that covered up every eye expression. In the main drama we could tell his emotion based on his 'eyes' as many things he was not supposed to speak out esp infront of Tong Xue. I find the mini series a piece of crap plus both Hawick/Ying Er seems lacking in chemistry in the mini series. If you've watched the main drama you know what I'm talking about.

    So much of my ranting. If you've not watched this drama Qian Shan Mu Xue, i say it's a 'must watch' show but watch only the main drama than read the epilogue from the novel. The author gave them a 'married' life in the novel but the drama gave a stupid open ending - really stupid ending. But you can forget about the miniseries because it really sucks!

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  5. It was 2 years ago since i watched SWAK drama. With nothing to watch recently, i came back to SWAK again. Still unable to get over Mo Shao Qian, Hawick really created a 'live' person out of this character. I enjoyed his every facial expression, his body language, be it at home or at work, with or without Tong Xue. However, when i looked at Tong Xue, i get angry with the wardrobe artiste who did her outfits. The clothes she wore were so old fashioned, made her looked old/over sized. Especially the outfit she wore at episode 2, the green knitted sweater and tied her hair which made her looked fat! And that outfit she wore at episode 4, discharged from hospital. What sort of fur thing is that? Even Yue Ying (her best friend) dressed better than her. Mu Yong Fei looked over aged for Mo Shao Qian. They should have selected a younger looking one that matches Mo Shao Qian's look. Mu Yong Fei looked more like Mo Shao Qian older sister. Good drama except for the ending! Can't even give us a proper ending according to the epilogue.

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