[Eng] So Young Ep 22 & 23

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Synopsis: Zheng Wei is known as the jade faced Fei Long, and true to her nickname she goes off to study at the same university as her childhood crush Lin Jing in her pursue of love. Unfortunately by the time she hears from him again, he’s already gone to study abroad. But after lamenting for a bit, Zheng Wei soon heals and makes friends with her roommates and finds a new crush, her senior Chen Xiao Zheng. Unfortunately shortly after they fall in love, he too leaves to study abroad.

Several years later, Lin Jing and Chen Xiao Zheng enters back into her life again. And after a series of challenges and life changing experiences, she learns to make better choices in life and in love.

Notes:

  1. Bear’s claw: This was an ancient delicacy which only the rich and the powerful could eat. Now it’s illegal to eat as bears are protected animals. According to records, it’s supposed to be a little like beef tendon. In this instance it’s just used to compare that it’s something some people would covet whilst others would avoid like a poison.
  2. I come back in expensive robes: It’s a chinese saying that means coming back to one’s original hometown after having some success elsewhere. As you can only afford expensive robes if you’re either rich enough or in a higher social status.
  3. Good Grandson: Although in chinese it means the son of your son but it also has another slang meaning. The slang meaning is they are a villain, or use underhanded, cowardly methods to get what they want. Usually used to scold or insult someone.
  4. Killing the old donkey who grinded the grain in the grinding mill: In Ancient China, donkeys were used to grind grain into flour. So if you kill the donkey after it has grinded the grain to eat then it means squeezing every ounce of usefulness in that donkey. Hence this idiom means squeezing everything you can get from a person.

Ep 22

Ep 23

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