Lu Tian Xing is an advertising genius and the CEO of Tian Ji Advertisement. After losing all of his inspiration and belief in advertising he decides to take a hiatus. Tao Le Si has taken over her late brother's advertisement company, Oz. However, she's not very good at managing the company and Oz falls into crisis. Through a twist of events Lu Tian Xing is recruited to help with the filming of an Oz advertisement, and he soon realizes the trouble that Oz (the company that started his interest in advertising) is in. Lu Tian Xing, disguising himself as Xiao Lu, infiltrates Oz to help them out of their slump and help Tao Le Si discover how creative she really is. All the while, he has to hide his true identity and fight his feelings for Tai Le Si.
If this drama didn't have Aaron Yan in it, I don't think I would've watched it. The beginning of this drama was good, but towards the middle, the entire plot just started to get dragged out alot. I'm glad that the production team cut the episodes down to 20 rather than keeping it at 30 episodes, because it honestly would have made the viewers lose alot of interest from the way it was headed. The acting wasn't all that great. Some of the actors/actresses lacked facial expressions in their scenes, which doesn't give the viewer the vibe that it actually felt real. However, I did think that Aaron Yan did a good job in this drama. Although I prefer him better in Just You, you are able to see how his acting has progressed.
Because the episodes got shortened down to 20 episodes, they really rushed the last episode so that it could have a happy ending. It felt so rushed that it didn't feel like the drama is complete, because there ended being so many potholes that they didn't fill. Overall, the drama was average and wouldn't recommend it unless you're a huge Aaron Yan fan. I would definitely have to say i love Just You way more than Fall in Love With Me.