Lui Rui Xi is a fan of high jumper Zuo Yi Quan. She wants to see him in real, so Lui Rui Xi transfers to an all boys school as a boy. In this school she became friends with Jin Xiu Yi, a soccer player. One day, during a friendly soccer match, Lui Rui Xi is knocked unconscious by Jin Xiu Yi. Quan carries her to the doctor room and realizes that Lui Rui Xi is acctually a girl! Quan keeps secret about her identity. At the same time Jin Xiu Yi starts to fall in love with Lui Rui Xi.
In a word, this drama was frustrating. After being blown away by the faithfulness to the manga, I feel like I was punched in the stomach with this ending. Seriously, what the hell?!
The acting was good during most of the drama, even though Lu Rui Xi crying too easily bothered me, the exaggeration in their expressions sometimes and the unrealistic dialogue were off-putting.
The pace was too slow sometimes and the not so extraordinary acting didn't help, so I ended up feeling bored during a handful of scenes.
The ending though, was the worst about this all thing. They absolutely ruined it. It simply didn't serve any purpose; you end up not knowing what happens to any of the characters or the consequences around Rui Xi's lie. They spend almost 15 episodes building tension towards the climax and making us invest in their relationship, so they can ruin everything with this lame attempt of an open ending. I think it's hard, specially if you read the manga, to not be disappointed with the finale.
However, I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised with Wu Zun's performance (and he's not bad to look at either).
Overall, the storyline follows the manga closely until the last couple of episodes, which was a plus, and the casting wasn't bad (a great plus was their English. I lost count of how many times I saw characters who were supposed to be fluent in English, but ended up speaking in a way no one would identify it as such). That doesn't happen in here; both Chen Jia Hua and Nissa Marion spoke surprisingly well.
On the down side, the pacing, dialogue, acting and the god damn ending stole away big part of the fun.