The secret is out! It only took 18 episodes, but we are finally here. At last, a happy ending for Bromance. Kiss, kiss. Hug, hug.
It’s official. Wei Qingyang has become one of my favorite characters in Bromance. Cool but not cold. Caring but not overbearing. Observant but not intrusive. Loyal but not territorial. I may have been smidgen bothered by his eyeliner but that is water under the bridge now. He is perfect the way he is.
Pi Yanuo lies about her gender. Chu Zerui maintains her lie. Du Zifeng pretends he doesn’t know they are lying. Love makes them liars. Therefore, I am so happy when Bromance finally moves toward honesty (or at least their attempt at being honest.)
There is nothing like a real family reunion to wash away the nasty taste left behind by the fake sister incident. And like any real reunion, there are resentments, tears, and joy. One family is well on its way to a happy ending. Another may expect a river of tears.
Bromance (愛上哥們) is about a woman who has been cross dressing as a man all her life because, according to a fortune teller, she will die (or other terrible fate) if she lives as a woman before she turned 26 years-old. Naturally, she meets her prince charming on the 99th day before her birthday. If she professes her love and he accepts, would that make him gay? And if he finds out she is not really a man, would he dump her like a hot potato? Ah, the dilemma…