Fall in Love (2019): Episode 7 Recap

Xia Mo tells reporters about Feng Ping’s multiple jobs, resulting in negative comments about her online. Jia Nan’s father arrives suddenly to deal with his son personally. Despite his engagement, Lu Qiao hasn’t given up on Jia Nan so he comes up with another plan.

(Sorry, this recap is fairly long! There’s a lot of dialogue and I included most of it in case the English subtitles on YouTube are unclear.)

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Fall in Love (2019): Episode 3 Recap

Jia Nan and Feng Ping run into each other in her hometown, and have a sweet moment at the beach. A glimpse of Feng Ping’s past is revealed, but only opens up more questions.

I’ll give this drama credit for being so mysterious. The more I learn, the more I have no idea where the story is going.

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Fall in Love (2019): Episode 2 Recap

I was going to do two episodes per recap but I think the posts will be too long. Also, I regret to inform you that I have fallen for the second male lead. *facepalm*

Feng Ping encounters Jia Nan yet again and finds herself face-to-face with someone from her past. A Jiu decides to go to Yue Sheng’s hometown to uncover his secrets.

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Fall in Love (2019): Episode 1 Recap

Fall in Love (当她恋爱时) is a Chinese drama airing from June 11 to July 11 with 30 episodes total. It’s available on Youku’s YouTube channel, and it appears that English subtitles are currently being added (but there’s a note that they are automatically generated).

The only info I could find about this drama was vague. The female lead, Feng Ping (Camille Hua), is a mysterious young woman who works multiple jobs and her identity is unclear. The male lead, Tang Jia Nan (Wang Rui Chang), is the carefree second son of a wealthy family who seems to be ladies man. So far there are about seven supporting characters, and it’s the male characters that are more intriguing so far.

The only members of the cast I recognized were the male lead Wang Rui Chang, who played the second male lead in Eternal Love (which I dropped) and Luo Zheng, who was a trainee in the first season of iQiYi’s boy group competition show, Idol Producer.

I noticed that the actress who plays the female lead is 29 while everyone else is in their early 20s—I actually wish everyone else was older as it’d make the story more realistic and mature. But it’s too soon to decide how I feel about this drama yet. Onto the recap!

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