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Really, Really Miss You (很想很想你) – Epilogue (Part 1)



*cold sweat* Last day, when I told you my posting schedule for the next week, I hadn’t clued in how long this epilogue was. So ignore what I said last time. I’m going to split this epilogue into two separate posts, which means Really, Really Miss You will officially conclude this Friday night/Saturday morning. Then, next Tuesday night/Wednesday morning will be Beautiful Bones‘ fun post. Sorry for the confusion. 😓

Answer to last day’s quiz: “Just now, when I saw you kneeling in the great hall, I suddenly felt that, in my previous life, I was a coward.” This line was in chapter 32 of Really, Really Miss You, during the voice-acting competition that Toupai was one of the judges for. Only 1437anis got it. Yay! *sad tears* for everyone else. No one remembers Toupai?

The published book of Really, Really Miss You was finally released at the end of May with one long epilogue added. Out of etiquette and respect to those who paid to buy the books, this epilogue still is not found online in Chinese yet. Since I did buy the book (two copies, in fact!), you guys actually get to read this ahead of many of the Chinese fans.😉 (Such a different writing style from Beautiful Bones. Jumping right back into translating this story made me feel like I had a split personality.)

Toupai, I heart you.❤❤❤  And Sheng Sheng still as lovably dazed and half a beat behind as before.

Epilogue (Part 1)

On the weekend, Gu Sheng went to the recording studio to wait for Mo Qingcheng to finish up his work.

When she stepped up to the reception desk, the girl raised her head, and seeing it was her, she instantly beamed, “Little Golden Master, you’re here?”

Gu Sheng immediately grew embarrassed.

This was Fei Shao’s territory, so this “Little Golden Master” thingy had obviously been a result of his teaching. She gave some sort of vague reply and then politely asked, “Is Qiang Qing Ci done yet?”

The girl shook her head and pointed at the door at the end of the corridor. “Still inside. Go on in.”

“Thanks.” After she said this, she stepped away and walked down the corridor.

She pushed open the door, but the people sitting on the couch did not know her and were not really paying attention to who had entered the room.

Only Fei Shao, who was wearing a headset, turned his head and waved at Gu Sheng, telling her quietly, “Recording’s all done. He’s just listening to it himself.”


Through the recording studio’s glass wall.

He sat behind the microphone, his head tilted downward, flipping through the script page by page.

That pair of deep but bright black eyes was lowered so that it was not possible to see any emotions within.

A large segment of what he had recorded was being played and could be heard in both the inner and outer rooms of the studio. His voice was low and gentle. “I have finished writing out ‘Rhapsody of the Imperial Park.’ Not a single word was missed… Shi Yi, say my name… I think, I must have used my beautiful bones as an exchange for you to have unrivalled beauty, as an exchange for you to remember me, as an exchange for you to be able to utter my name when your lips moved…”

He suddenly made a gesture.

Fei Shao paused the recording.

“ ‘Beautiful bones, those with bone do not have skin, those with skin do not have bone.’ I’m going to record three more options of this sentence for you guys. All of you, listen to the feel of each of them.” In the instant he said this, he raised his head and saw her.

Suddenly, he gave a smile.

“Okay!” Fei Shao grinned gratefully. “Professional, oh, so professional.”


Ten minutes later, he pulled off his headset, hung it on the stand beside the microphone, and then stepped out of the recording room.

Gu Sheng rose from her chair, watching as he greeted those several men who were present before motioning to her. She walked over to him, and very naturally, he took her hand in his and left with her .

…… This was the first time he had initiated holding her hand out in public?

Gu Sheng felt that today’s atmosphere was a little strange.

Seeing that there was no one around when they reached the elevator lobby, she asked him in a quiet voice, “Did you immerse yourself too deeply into the role and now you can’t get out of it?”

He let out a chuckle. “Did I?”

“Something’s a little weird,” she mumbled.

“I want to get married.” His voice was rather low.

However, Gu Sheng had heard him only rather unclearly. His words had been like lightning that appeared in a flash before vanishing, and she was not very certain if she had heard correctly. But though she was uncertain, her heartbeat still grew irregular. She breathed lightly, wanting to ask but not daring to. And he was behaving as if he had not said anything, only silently watching the elevator doors slide open before taking her hand and stepping inside with her…


On this weekend evening, it was rather busy out, and it was also raining.

Fortunately, he had driven today. As their car passed a bus stop, she wiped at the condensation on the window with her hand.

Just now, he had said…

He wanted to get married?

Was it true?

But I still haven’t graduated yet, ah.

Yes, you could get married after you finished your undergraduate studies[1], but what would she tell her parents? And yes, Mom and Dad really, really, really liked him and even trusted his integrity so much that occasionally, they would allow her to stay over at his place on a weekend, but … Marriage seemed a bit too significant of a step.

While she brooded over all these jumbled thoughts, the car suddenly swerved into a side street and pulled into a random parking spot on the side of the road.

“There’s a car accident up front. I’m going to go take a look.” He threw these words over his shoulder, unbuckled his seatbelt, and rushed out from the vehicle.

Only after he was completely drenched and crouching down beside several people who had sustained injuries to check them did she snap out of her daze, grab an umbrella, and also dash out. But the umbrella did not even get a chance to be put to use. He informed them of his status as a doctor and performed some basic first aid. He was kept busy for a long while, from beginning to end, and when the emergency response vehicles hurriedly arrived, he also communicated the situation to the people who jumped out.

The whole time, she had followed behind him but had not dared to get too close, for fear that she would get in the way and just cause more trouble.

After the ambulances had left, the police vehicles still remained where they were to take care of the situation. Covered head to toe in muddy water and with blood smeared on him, he turned around to see her standing there dazedly, umbrella in hand but unopened. He could not help shaking his head as he pointed at the car. “Hurry and get back to the car.”

She started out of her stupor and darted back to the car.

Mo Qingcheng removed his soiled jacket and tossed it into the backseat before sitting back into the vehicle. “Why did you run out with me? What if you caught a cold?”

Her mind was in a haze. She also did not know why she had followed after him. “I don’t know either. I saw you run out so anxiously and just felt that I had to go with you.”

“’Hubby sings and wifey echoes[2]?’” There was a hint of teasing in his voice.

“……” Embarrassed. She once again thought of…

Unfortunately, Toupai DaRen was acting as if nothing had happened, reaching for the tissue in the backseat and wiping at his hair and face.

She had already wiped herself down, and seeing his entire body dripping with water, she also yanked out several sheets, intending to help him dry off.

She had just pulled the tissue out of the box when her body was suddenly pinned against the back of her seat.

Because his hands had been soiled by blood, he did not touch her and only braced his arms on each side of her, his lips silently pressing against hers.

A long, intense kiss.

He closed his eyes.

He seemed to have encountered many things today. This morning, two patients, one after another, could not be revived. Later, the drama he was providing the voice acting for had been so saddening. Then, there was the situation just a moment ago. And…

They had not seen each other for two weeks.

He was simply too busy, but he could not always have her come to his home either.

He missed her.

Really, particularly missed her.

He nibbled her lip, squeezing her body between his two elbows.

He missed her voice. He just missed her. He wanted to marry her, to keep her in his home so that at any time, when he returned to that place called “home,” he would be able to see her. Even if it was simply gazing upon her as she studied or wrote her thesis, watching as she sang on YY, or looking on as she faced her computer and sang over and over again to record her songs — these were all things he wanted.

So, the decision was settled then.

He let go of her.

The kiss had left Gu Sheng’s breathing somewhat ragged, and her eyes glimmered with moisture as she gazed dazedly at him.

There was a smile in his eyes?


Just now, she had thought… he was a little unhappy?

How come suddenly, he…?

He left Gu Sheng feeling somewhat confused.

From within the car, he pulled out some alcohol swabs, and after he had wiped down his palms, the back of his hands, and each of his fingers, he gathered and put away all the trash. Then, he turned the steering wheel and pulled out of the parking spot. “What do you want to eat tonight?”


She completely could not keep up with his rhythm, k? Toupai DaRen, could you…

Slow down your thinking just a little bit? *cold sweat*

“Eat, um… curry.” Just thinking about it made her crave it. The curry he made was super delicious. “Curry anything will be good. Mm-hmm.”

“Curry anything will be good?” He could not hold back his laughter. In a low, unhurried tone, he asked to confirm, “Are you sure about that?”

“……” She choked on that and held her silence.

He let out another chuckle. It really looked like he was in an extremely good mood?

She snuck a glance at him.

He, however, was completely back to normal and simply carried on driving.


That night, Jue Mei was not home, so Mo Qingcheng did not sleep on the couch and simply went into Jue Mei’s room to sleep.

Before the sky was completely bright, Gu Sheng could already sense that there were footsteps.

Still sleepy, her eyes did not even open as she mumbled, “Don’t tell me he needs to do overtime again…”

They finally managed to have a weekend but…

But, really, she was only just saying that one sentence. In actuality, the next second, she had already prepared herself that, if he suddenly needed to work overtime like he had before, she would just dig up something for herself to eat quickly, go home to mooch a meal off there, and then pack up some snacks and return to school…

As her thoughts reached this point, a figure had already walked over to her bed, bent down, and in the most gorgeous and most tenderly soft voice, coaxed, “Time to get up.”

No overtime?

“…… Gonna sleep just a little bit more.” So sleepy, ah.

“Time to get up. Be good.” He lowered his tone even more, and using the voice she most loved to hear, he stated lightly, “We’re going to go get married.”

She thought she was dreaming.

Until she opened her eyes and saw his face. Her head ached from sleepiness, and she could not help rubbing it with her hand. “Was I dreaming just now? Or were you talking to me?”

He smiled and moved in closer to her. Almost whispering directly into her ear, he repeated another time, “We’re going to go get married.”

It was real?!

Her eyes suddenly flew open, and she was instantly wide awake.

And then, with his hand supporting her back to help her, she sat up. He handed her some clothes. “Wear this.”

Clothes from her home? Not the ones she had worn yesterday?

Bewilderedly, she took them from him. “I wasn’t wearing these yesterday.”

“I brought it from your home. For photos with a red background[3], it looks nicer if you wear this sort of white color.”


“Your mom wants us to go home for dinner after we register our marriage and get the certificate.”


“I meant, go to your home,” he continued to inform her before walking back over to stand before his wardrobe and stare at that rack of clothes, contemplating which outfit would be most suitable for him to wear for getting married. “My parents are out of town for some meetings. When they’re back, I’ll bring you there and we’ll have another dinner with them.”


She sat there stupidly.

Get married? They were really getting married?


It was only a little past seven o’clock.

Mo Qingcheng was sucking on a throat lozenge, and occasionally, there would be the sound of the lozenge bumping against teeth.

While she continued her blank stares, he had already sat down on the other side of the bed. She felt a weight on her shoulder, and just like that, his chin was there resting on it as he said gently, “I missed a step.”

“…… Mm?” She finally managed to recover a bit of her awareness.

The warmness of his breath.

And his voice…

His voice was somewhat muffled and unclear but was very warm and gentle as it told her, “’Til the different directions of the world no longer exist, ‘til the seas dry, only then will I cease to love you.”

Gu Sheng’s face immediately flushed a deep red.

Just like when he had first said this sentence inside the recording studio and in front of all those people, she felt a nervous excitement.

That day, it had been the first time they had seen each other in person. This line that he had spontaneously improvised had stunned everyone.

And now…

“Sheng Sheng, marry me.”

“……” She was unable to utter a sound.

She was even more unprepared and at a loss for how to respond than when she had heard they were leaving immediately to register their marriage.

“Sheng Sheng, will you…” This voice she loved most was beside her ear, sincerely asking her, “… marry me?”

“…… Mm,” she agreed softly.

“Okay. Go change now. We need to leave right away.” He immediately stood. They needed to hurry so they could be the first ones there.


Their speed was even faster than when he needed to go to the hospital to work overtime. She followed his lead, and the entire time — from their arrival at the Civil Affairs Bureau, to the taking of their photographs, to, finally, the registration of their marriage and signing of the documents — she felt as if she was drifting in a haze. As the tip of her pen hovered above the paper, she stole a glance at him.

He had already neatly and efficiently written his signature on the paper and was now calmly looking at her.

They were really… getting married?

She was still drifting and drifting… until the back of her hand was enveloped by his palm and gently guided to sign the two words, “Gu Sheng” as well as today’s date.

Hand in forms.

Two red booklets slowly printed from the machine.

Booklets handed back to them.

It was like a slow motion picture being played out frame by frame, stretching out the duration between each step. Happiness. Silence. Beating hearts. Stirring in the heart … That one person, the love of her life, was by her side, watching with her as one step at a time their marriage certificate was produced. This was a scene she had never before even conceived of.


Mo Qingcheng carefully put away the official certificate that legally sanctioned them to cohabit and led her out of the Civil Affairs Bureau. They headed directly to the most expensive shopping centre where he picked out for her the ring he had already looked at far in advance. After trying it out on the spot, he also selected a plain men’s wedding band and placed it on his own hand.

Utterly as efficient as an assembly line operation.

Even on their way back home, Gu Sheng still could not figure out, when had he made all these preparations? …

How come she’d had absolutely no idea?


So… they were married now?

So, they were married… now?

With these words, her heartbeat slowly started to recover.

After the fact now, but her arms were feeling somewhat limp, and gently, she twisted the ring on her finger.

“Sheng Sheng?” His voice spoke her name. Very softly.



“Mm-hmm…” She didn’t even know what it felt like to breathe. “Happy.”

“It’s good that you’re happy.” He spoke in a low voice. With his left hand still on the steering wheel, he reached over with his right one and took her hand.

The small hand being encircled in his large one belonged to her, including that ring, which also belonged to her.


[1] Legal age of marriage in China is 22 for men, 20 for women. In even the early 2000s, undergraduate students of post secondary educations institutions were prohibited from marrying while they were studying. This blanket rule was abolished in Sept 2005 and students were allowed to marry, but there are still some schools that will ask those who do to leave the institution.

[2] 夫唱妇随 “fū chàng fù suí.” More accurately, this should be translated as, “The husband sings and the wife shall chime in in agreement.” In the ancient patriarchal society of China, this was meant to say, a harmonious household was one in which the wife agreed with and submitted to everything her husband said. Later, this saying simply came to be used as a saying to describe a harmonious relationship between husband and wife.

[3] In China, all photos taken for a marriage certificate are against a red background.



Additional Comments:

“It’s good that you’re happy.” Remember when Toupai said this? Haha… Yes, Hoju is in a quizzing mood lately.

69 thoughts on “Really, Really Miss You (很想很想你) – Epilogue (Part 1)

  1. Ah, did not know that there was a quiz last week, how come i did not see that? Weird.

    Awwwww. Toupai ang Shengshebg are back and just got married! (?!!!). Though a little complain here how simple and fast a wedding can be held that it could be so anticlamatic somehow. But im really happy! Missed the first meeting with her parents part, but i guess meeting the parents after the wedding will do. And the honeymoon, whohoo! I love Toupai to death, i will follow you to the ends of the world! But i guess you would prefer Shengsheng by your side. I will just stalk then, hope you wont mind.

    • Technially, it’s not a wedding. They’ve just official registered their marriage, but with Toupai’s love for proudly displaying his relationship with Sheng Sheng, do you think he’d just marry her without a wedding?

      First meeting of the parents… I guess you can consider the weibo random scene as Sheng Sheng’s first meeting with his mom.

      Toupai has my heart.❤

  2. Haha I haven’t read any of Really Really Miss You, just this epilogue for our dear, unforgettable Shi Yi and Zhousheng Chen. Just have to ask, this is in the same “universe”, so to speak, right? Like SY/ZSC really existed, and they’re not just a story within a story. Too bad they will never meet.

    • If you need a smile, this novel will do it.

      Not explicit, but the leads of these two novels never cross paths in real life. I suppose you can surmise that, perhaps Shi Yi’s writing of her past memories got turned into a novel, and Toupai is now voicing for something adapted from the novel?

  3. For a moment there, I was in a daze trying to remember where it ended. How could I miss Toupai and Sheng Sheng ?
    It’s so sweet incorporating scene from Beautiful Bones and made Toupai want to get married right away.
    Thank you hoju for these two beautiful stories.

    • Beautiful Bones left a beautiful, yet slightly mournful feeling in me. Toupai and Sheng Sheng managed to put a grin back on my face and bring me back to giddiness.❤

      You're welcome! I'm glad you love both.🙂

  4. Oh my….. this chappy is sooooo beautiful. Let me hug you for it.

    Toupai is still toupai, he does everything in advance 😁 and Sheng-sheng is still so cute, no wonder toupai daren wants to keep her forever 😙.

    Will they stay with Jue mei? That would be weird.

    Oh now….. I cant get enough of this one, will reread it again.
    And …. please update the next half Hoju-daren 😀
    Thank you

    • Thank you for the hug. *grin*

      LOL. I don’t think Toupai would want to stay with Jue Mei and Jue Mei would certainly not want them doing their “husband and wife deeds” blatantly under the same roof as him either.

      Your wish is my command. Just for you, I’ll update the last half of the epilogue.😉 LOL

  5. When Sheng Sheng posted her post. He replied like that. He started to follow her.

  6. Thanks so much 😘

  7. Ohh Emm Gee… That was way too fast for Gusheng to process. I am the happiest silent reader of this novel and my first to comment. My heart, my heart is also doing a hÄPpy dance that they finally tied the knot. Thank you for posting this. I keep on re-reading over and over again this adorable story. Looking forward to the last piece.

    • Oh, that was definitely a good one for your first comment. So glad you decided to come out and do a happy dance with all of us! RRMY is due for another re-read from me very soon, too! I can’t get enough of it.🙂

  8. *screams* MARRIED?! PART 1?! *groans* Heaven help… this is soooo… ugh, how you and the author just utterly ruin me for men in RL. This novel ruins me.. *facepalm*

    • I know right?! I definitely want a woman who is as dedicated, loyal and cute as MBFB’s female lead characters. So hard to find, though.

      Thanks for the epilogue Hoju, and I can’t wait for more sweetness. \(^O^)/

      • True. I always gush about the men MBFB writes about, but I really do like her female characters as well. Sheng Sheng is said to be overly shy at times (I agree) but it’s just utterly adorable in a novel that’s pure fluff and candy and just bliss!

        Oooh, you might need to be careful of a cavity in part 2 of this epilogue.😉

    • LOL. We’re just introducing you to potential characteristics you might want to look for in a significant other.😉 You know, broaden your horizons a little bit. Perhaps you, too, will find a guy who cooks for you and sings you to sleep in a sexy voice. :p

  9. Hoju, thank you for giving us wonderful epilogue of Really Really Missed You, the novel that got me officially hooked to Chinese ancient songs and started my passion for cdrama now. Happy to see their speedy progress in getting married. Can’t wait for the next posting. Thanks

    • You are so welcome. This novel completely opened my eyes to the 2-D world as well and all those beautiful ancient-style songs. C-dramas, too? Have you watched the one adapted from my favourite ancient novel, Nirvana in Fire? Are you going to follow Wallace Huo’s Love Me if You Dare (I hate that English name, btw), adapted from He Has Come, Close Your Eyes?

      You’re welcome!

      • Hi Hoju, my plan is to start Nirvana in Fire soon now that I finally have time. Yes of course any Wallace Huo’s drama I wanna watched. Recently completed Diamond Lovers (non novel related) but my fav far to date is still Shan Shan Come Eat. I hope Really Really Missed You as well as Reincarnation will be made into dramas as well. Currently following Moon River which is a combination of T-drama and C-drama.

        • Nirvana is all sorts of amazing. Did not disappoint me, and I truly had high expectations, considering my crazy love for that novel. They really captured the story and changes that deviated from the original storyline were done tastefully and were well-executed.

        • Thanks for the feedback. Another exciting cdrama for me

  10. Thank you so much Hoju!! Can’t wait for next posting. 😘😘😘

  11. omg this is terrible. or wonderful…. terribly wonderful? that i feel the urge to go read rrmy again. not sure in which language. I find your version super convenient because you even added the videos in text *sigh* so wonderful, but so little time. what to do… what to do…

    THIS IS JUST WHAT I NEEDED thankssssss❤. i will totally go reread in the next few days (or tonight…. till late, who am i kidding self control is not present today -.-)

    yay half more chap ^_^

    question about the published book, how are the songs displayed? wonder if it is worth it for me to invest in real books / if I will eventually get to the point where i can read a real book with no help. right now every couple of lines I usually run into one word I need to look up.

    • I’m going to be snuggling up with my RRMY book very soon. I still haven’t gotten a chance to read it cover to cover yet, and I’m just dying to! Just translating this epilogue brought back all the tingly giddiness in my stomach and that silly grin on my face again. This novel is sprinkled with magic dust! Or at least, magic dust that affects me!

      In the published book, all the real songs, with the exception of one, have been removed and replaced by lyrics that MBFB made up herself. Just too many copyright issues with all those songs.

  12. *Gasp* Toupai voice acting as ZC?!?!?! Haaah, if only that was for real, then I’d watch it….with tissue boxes on the side. xD

    “It’s good that you’re happy.” I beleive that was when Sheng Sheng talked to him privately and started talking about food. Then she went to go eat or something…

    • Um… in regards to your first sentence, let me just say, tune in for the Tues/Wed post. You might have a pleasant surprise.

      Yup, yup. Chapter 9. They’d been conversing by WeChat and after, Gu Sheng typed in her weibo that she was “so happy.” She made some oatmeal, and then a couple minutes later, her Weibo went crazy… because of Toupai’s “It’s good that you’re happy” response.

  13. on weibo!! when sheng sheng posted something that goes along like, “ah happy, really really happy… what to do what to do”.😀 Gah I miss Toupai and Sheng Sheng

  14. Thanks for the chapter!

  15. Haha so coy of toupai to use Sheng Sheng’s weakness to his own advantage.
    Whatever reason Sheng Sheng still upholds, will dissolve with just his voice.

    • Toupai has always known how to “encourage” Sheng Sheng in the direction he’s heading. LOL. Oh, the bane of a voice lover.

  16. Omg! Toupai’s voice with ZC’s scripts. Dokidoki😍😍😍😍😍😍
    What kind of marriage proposal is that toupai!!! Thats like a scam! Though i can understand sheng sheng’s reaction. Using that voice is against the rules! It would render anyone in a trance mode unable to process anything!

    • Hmm… you might like the Tues/Wed post…😉

      Well, it was pretty darn romantic for him to recite that line before asking her to marry him. He just knew the “proper” way to ask to ensure that his chance of success was at its highest. Toupai is amazing. *sigh* Be still, my heart.

      • With his “proper” way, no one would dare reject his proposal! Omg! Even now, im giddy whe i re-read this.😉
        Do you have any voice actor in mind when you think of toupai’s voice hoju?

        • Hmm… voice actor for Toupai? You have to check out the second half of today’s post. Otherwise, my CV idol is Petboy, and he would make an amazing, slightly naughty and black belly Toupai, too.

  17. Thank you🙂

  18. Thanks for the epilogue. Didn’t know there was a quiz. Ha ha Toupai used his voice to get Gu Sheng to marry him. Happen so fast that even I as a reader was caught unaware. Smooth operator. Can’t wait for the next epilogue.
    Thanks for introducing this to us.

    • You’re welcome.🙂

      Toupai understands his assets.😉 Would you expect any less of him? “Smooth” has always been that guy’s middle name. Haha. I love him!

  19. HAHAHHA SO CUTE! I WAS SQUEALING THE WHOLE TIME HAHAHA! Thank you for the update, I have no idea MBFB posted a epilogue for this!!! Do you have the link?

  20. Aww so happy to read happy epilogues🙂 Thanks Hoju🙂

  21. Thanks, Hoju. I didn’t post my answer to your previous quiz last time, I just could not come up with any answer, I guessed the answer would be some lines from poets or something like that, so I kept focusing on wrong sentences and could not remember and determine the answer. The answer to the quiz suprised me, haha.. I never thought the answer will be a line from SY and ZC’ talk.

    • LOL. I was kidding in that I didn’t really expect that everyone would remember it. When I had posted that chapter of RRMY (way back when!), I had mentioned it had come from Beautiful Bones, but back then, most people didn’t even know what Beautiful Bones was.

  22. Chapter 9 – Qiang Qing Ci: *smile* It’s good that you’re happy (on his weibo)

    OMG. I love this book! can’t wait to read the 2nd part of the epilogue

    • *ding ding ding ding* You’re the most accurate answer! Precisely!

      I adore this book. I can’t even begin to describe it. Enjoy part 2!

  23. Sweet….. sweet…… so so so sweet……
    My tooth aches for the sweet.

    Thank you hoju for the epilogue, you want me to re read RRMY again ^^

    • Unfortunately, this blog doesn’t cover dental insurance fees.😉 You’re going to have to prepare yourself for my sweetness in part 2.

      You can join me, then. I’ll be re-reading RRMY really soon, too.

  24. *speechless* what is it???? huaaaa.. this is soooooooo… double double double soooooo sweet.. omo.. i wont need any sugar until next month cuz this one is super sweet😛 hahaha.. joke.

    our toupai.. oh my, he’s one of my fave men!!! im grinning ear to ear.. and still.. for me, a simple proposal like this is moreee acceptable. perhaps bcuz i dont like cheesy proposal, haha.. you know, candle light, music bla bla bla then saying ‘will you …?’ i prefer this one. weird? haha.. or perhaps, bcuz of toupai, haha.. bias much.

    omo ottohke.. i cant stop smiling and people would think im going nuts, haha.. thanks hoju.. so we’ll get 2nd part?😀

    • Sorry, Yui. After part 2, you may not be needing sugar for the next several months!😉 The sweetness is going to continue…

      LOL, I thought Yi Chen and Zhousheng Chen were #1 and #2. Toupai is my favourite, though!! (Challenged only potentially by Gu Pingsheng from Together Forever…)

      It’s a simple proposal, but I still think it’s sweet and romantic. That line is so significant in their relationship. He said it when they first met, he said it when he retired from the 2-D world, and now, he’s declaring it as a promise to her as he proposes. I don’t care if she’s in bed with her hair mussed up! I prefer the mussed up hair over candlelight, too, if it comes with Toupai’s amazing voice and that line.

      Oh, I’ve had this grin on my face my cheeks hurt. It’s the perfect medicine to counter that beautiful, yet melancholy feeling of Beautiful Bones.

      • yups.. for some months ahead, i dont need sugar.. sugar-free sugar-free, lols..

        omo.. but i have my ultimate bias, which is Lu Li Cheng from Best Time (and i dont care about stupid shu man who didnt want this guy, grrr.. lols), then aiyaya.. you’re correct about those names..🙂 perhaps, i’ll add number 2 besides our Toupai is Mr. VP from peanut’s current project Blazing Sunlight😀

        ps : my avatar is Wang Kai, hahahahaha.. i wish to see him in one of this novels😀

  25. Thank you so much! =D

  26. He said it in response to her Weibo post…WOW HE DID A SURPRISE WEDDING AND GOT ALL THE PARENTS TO AGREE LOL

    That is something else

    • Yes.🙂 Did you catch all the other parallels the epilogue had to the previous chapters since you binge read through?

      LOL. Well, he is Toupai, you know.😉

  27. I read part 2 before part 1 >.< silly me

    “’Til the different directions of the world no longer exist, ‘til the seas dry, only then will I cease to love you.” Toupai ❤️

  28. Oh wait, hold on, does this mean Sheng Sheng have to drop out of school now that she’s married?

    • No, Sheng Sheng was finishing up her undergrad already, and prepping for the graduation ceremony at the end of the final chapter. By “not graduated,” she is probably referring to her graduate studies. Plus, most schools abolished that rule a decade ago.

      • Wow, thank goodness! Glad that she could still matriculate with her best friend to gradschool, although, I suppose, she won’t be dorming wit her anymore. Aww, Geng Xiaoxing is sure going to miss being with Sheng Sheng…

        Much much thanks for sharing this wonderful novel with us!

  29. Omg omg omg. That happened so fast. And yes, I clearly remember when Toupai said/posted that line.
    Thank you, thank you, hoju~

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