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So excellent. Yang, Guo is reserved and explicit, dignified. And he never tries to conform to the society. He just wants to do what he wants and what he considers to be right. Gu, Tian'Le's performance just appropriately conveys all these characteristics. I think his performance is the best one among all different versions. At the same time, Li Ruo'Tong's performance well interprets the meaning of unfetteredness, otherworldliness. She is so pure just like an angel from heaven. She only cares about who and what she loves, but not who or what others love. In some sense, she is a perfect mate for Yang Guo, because they are the same kind of person.
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