Nin Xiu Rui (Wang Run Ze), a young dragon prince who gives up a precious artefact to save humanity from a drought, and ends up stuck away from his realm as a consequence. 500 years later, he meets Su Yin Yin (Camille Hua), a girl who might just be in possession of said artefact.
The concept. A dragon prince stuck in the mortal world for centuries? How cool is this?
The five-minute interaction between the secondary couple, as well as the male lead.
I Don’t Like…
The female lead. Dear god, I just couldn’t stand her. She was the whole package: stupid, mannerless, entitled, obnoxious, demanding,… Had she not monopolized 80% of the total screentime, I might have managed to overcome my dislike for her, but as it is, she was almost always disgracing my screen, and I—couldn’t.
Every time I saw her interact with the male lead, who’s the quiet, introverted, powerful type I like, I felt only pity for him for being destined to get stuck with this harpy for all eternity. Yes, because since he’s a dragon, it’s probably going to be forever, not even just a human lifetime.
The poor, poor man.
Nope, nope, nope!