I Will Never Let You Go Finale Has Plenty Of Deaths And Unhappy Fans

i will never let you go drama poster
Ariel Lin and Vin Zhang's drama series I Will Never Let You Go 小女花不弃 just aired its final episode last night and too many things happened.  For those of you who haven't watched it yet, I suggest that you stop reading as there will be spoilers.

i will never let you go Ariel Lin

i will never let you go Vin zhang Binbin

In the finale, Chen Yu (Vin Zhang) fakes his surrender to Dongfang Shi (Austin Lin) to defeat his army. In a daring plan to lure out Xiao Juifeng (Zhang Yan), Hua Buqi uses herself as bait to marry Dongfang Shi. 

On the day of the wedding, Xiao Juifeng tries to kidnap Hua Buqi and that's when the deaths begin.  Mo Ruofei (Xing En) is killed by Dongfang Shi in a sword fight.  Yuan Chong (Xiao Xiangfei) tries to save Hua Buqi but is killed himself.  In another sword fight, all four characters engaged in battle end up killing each other and that includes Dongfang Shi's loyal subordinate, Lin Dansha (Lin Ziqing), her older brother and Yun Lang (Kris Sun Zujun). 

i will never let you go Austin Lin Bohong
i will never let you go Mo Ruofei Xing En
i will never let you go Kris Sun Zujun
i will never let you go Lin Ziqing
i will never let you go Xiao Xiangfei
Dongfang Shi is also killed after he tries to save Hua Buqi from his grandfather. Chen Yu is the last to fend off Xiao Jiufeng and they both fall into a well. Hua Buqi manages to catch Chen Yu's hand but it is apparent that she can't pull him up.  Before falling to his doom, Chen Yu tells Hua Buqi, "Promise me you will live well."  

i will never let you go zhang yan
Literally in the last minute of the show, Chen Yu miraculously reappears before Hua Buqi who has been doing good deeds as the new Lianyi Ke. Seemingly surviving his fall, he tells her, "I'm also Lianyi Ke."

The ending seems to be a happy one but with the string of deaths in the episode, many hated it.  For some, it's another entry into the long list of Chinese dramas with terrible endings. Personally, I usually have no problem with writers killing off characters. It's just that all of these deaths happened in the last episode in an otherwise cheerful drama. The meeting of Chen Yu and Hua Buqi at the end was also kind of iffy for me.  I didn't know if it was a dream sequence or an actual meeting.  

i will never let you go ending scene
If it was indeed an actual face to face, then how did Chey Yu survive the fall, and where was he when Hua Buqi was dedicating her life to following his cause?  What do you guys think of the ending? 

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9 comments:

  1. A very disappointed drama. Characters popped in and out in the drama. They appeared for few episodes then disappeared. The story edit is not smooth and choppy.

    Writers and editors of this drama should be fired.

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  2. Should know by now that anytime main leads fall off cliff they end up surviving.....

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  3. Stop watching after chen yu being stabbed by king. This drama turned out to be disaster with so many unexplained things. What is bi luo tian actually?? From the beginning there was always bi luo tian but until the end still not found nor answered

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  4. It's like these screenwriters become increasing tired and lazy when it comes to wrapping up the story. It was fun to watch mid-way though, too bad it ended on a whimper.

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  5. Thank you for the spoilers. Cdrama writers are so lucky China has so many mountains and cliffs. Otherwise, how would they ever write period drama scripts? Goodbye Princess, Dugu and Hua Buqi dramas all aired recently and have people falling off cliffs by episode 2 or 3. It's a matter of how far they fall.

    I have mixed feelings about this drama from start. Xing En's MRF is a nice character. (But her makeup always looks weird to me. Very forceful brows, overshooting lower jaws. The actress' modern pics look so much more natural.) I'm not fond of many other characters. HBQ's character starts off cute but gets to be too high maintenance. Good thing they managed to hire ALin. I'm not impressed with the writing. For female-centric dramas, I much prefer Zhao Yao. ZY is less tropey. This HBQ plot has gotten really old. Is Austin Lin very popular in Taiwan right now? He's not that great in acting and I don't find him good looking.

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  6. The ending was a bit too nonsensical and rushed without any sort of explanation of what happened. But I think having a relatively happy ending and being left with questions is preferable to a sad or open ending and being left with those same questions. The scriptwriters were just too lazy. This is based on a novel so the amount of choppy writing from them is puzzling.

    The best thing about this drama was Ariel and BinBin. They have great chemistry and kept me watching until the end. I hope they can work together again soon.

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  7. Loved the Ariel and ZBB pairing which made the drama ok for me. In comparison to the ending of Lan Ling Wang, I am happy with this one. The ending to Lang Ling Wang left me traumatized and I thought this ending was going to do the same. However, sense or no sense, I prefer the "happy ending" to a sad one any day.

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  8. I thought Mo Roufei who be revealed as a women later on. It was clear that his/hers mother was trying to keep it a secret all along. There are too many stupid deaths in the end... While I loved Ariel/ ZBB in the drama...I am truly dissappointed to see all the characters die.

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  9. I hate the ending since it seemed so rushing and just like other people said, the writer seemed too lazy to wrap up the story properly. With too many deaths and unanswered puzzles, they left us with disappointment. And how come Chen Yu survived then? It's kinda absurd to me lol. Anyway I'm happy with the chemistry between our leads. They did a great job until the end.

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