My ultimate conclusion is: And yet here I am, blogging about a drama. She single-handedly dealt with classmate Cao Guang, who spread a harsh rumor about her dating a rich tycoon, and even got him to develop feelings for her. Of course, she also gained the affections of the usually stoic Xiao Nai via her mad gaming skills. She holds a good philosophy — when tasked with convincing her student to quit gaming, she decides to experience it herself first.
Wei Wei and her close dormmates in China, most college dormmates end up becoming really close friends, as they usually stay at least all four years are convincing enough, but her three friends often tend to fade into the background. Er Xi plays the larger role — a greater involvement in the plot. A rather ironic situation, considering that Er Xi and Cao Guang are basically mortal enemies IRL while considering teaming up as a couple within the role-playing game.
Unfortunately, Er Xi turns out to be that generic boisterous side character — basically a character trope in all C-dramas alike. Some may find her annoying, while others may find her cute. She basically makes this pouty face all day while longing for Xiao Nai to notice her. As all drama-verses are small, however, she also happens to be the niece of the CEO of the huge gaming company that Xiao Nai is secretly plotting against.
The families are basically pitted against each other. How, you may ask? Though the CGI is obvious, its contrast with the real world is actually quite refreshing to see. Did your account get hacked? Similarly, Xiao Nai does a whole ton of creepy stalking. The problem with eye blessing idol dramas is that you literally want to screen shot each and every frame. Stalking at its finest. He then purposely approaches her at school.
There were so many empty seats and he chose the one next to Wei Wei. Though Xiao Nai acts all stoic and aloof, he clearly has feelings for Wei Wei just because of that one time?
Heck, even a year-old ships it. Episode 8 is where the plot starts to pick up from the lighthearted college drama — Xiao Nai gets into a car crash. Once it becomes an almost life-or-death situation, suddenly things like online gaming become irrelevant. To Conclude The drama is all sorts of cheesy, cringy, and stereotypical, but also so cute and fluffy.
This is my first time recapping a drama. At this rate, I might as well run out of media space before the drama is finished Finally, thank goodness episodes are released each day! I doubt I would be able to bear the wait otherwise.