Best to Have Met You 最美遇见你 by Gu Xi Jue (HE)

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At a blood donation event, seeing a beautiful signature from one of the donors, feeling captivated by the writing, so she takes a piece of paper and copies it out of boredom.  Suddenly bumping into a handsome guy, feeling a sense of familiarity, she thinks for a bit and glances suspiciously at the signature she just copied …… is it his?

A few chance encounters, she finally meets him again at a high school reunion.

Upon saying goodbye, intelligent yet quiet, sincere yet serious, coolly yet gently he asks a question: “I had written and given you a letter, do you remember?”  An Ning’s mind is muddled for a long while, does this mean ….. she had turned down Xu Mo Ting?

People usually squander time in their youth, hopefully when looking back, there are no regrets ……

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[Ebook] [Radiodrama One ,Two till 7 & Three] [Translation] [Bức thư bị lãng quên][최미우견니]

 

10 Responses

  1. cloudandsea
    cloudandsea August 14, 2013 at 6:30 am |

    sounds like a sweet plot! did the male lead waited for the female lead? haha.

  2. Bongsd
    Bongsd March 23, 2014 at 8:30 pm |

    I like the main girl, she is gentle but at the same time, don’t play with her because she has a very sharp tongue. I love how she can naturally quoting a historical situation or proverbs. Usually, when she says something, everyone becomes numb for a few sec. Me like. 😛 Combination of pretty and smart. It’s funny how she frequently talks about marriage to him unintentionally. The main guy is great. Thick-skinned in the beginning. But too little time between them. I like to see the guy jelly. And her roommates become slowly endearing. hihi I love when they call Xu Mo Ting “bro in law” and totally ignore their “sister” when he’s around. I still think that the story is missing something. The ‘uncle’ parts are annoying. The epilogues can be sweeter (really, the author talk about a stranger in the honeymoon epilogue. waste, waste)

  3. pinkii
    pinkii June 18, 2014 at 11:31 am |

    I like this story…wasnt a hard read and quite enjoyable.

    the only bone i have to pick is how non of the story (main or epilouge) gave me the feel of a complete ending, it has an implied HE but too me still feels imcompleted, which I think could have been an easy thing to do…

    but I did really enjoy it.

    Just my 2 cents

  4. Peanuts
    Peanuts June 19, 2014 at 11:19 am |

    Oh, you have such good taste to manage to dig out one of my fav novel lol. I am in the midst of writing a feature on it. Did you read the viet version because it is incomplete as some parts were not translated? Bongd was crying over it:p If you have read the Chinese version then it is absolutely complete with them getting married and epilogues on their kids.

  5. pinkii
    pinkii June 23, 2014 at 1:08 pm |

    I see…yep I have read the Viet version!!!

    oh please do write a feature on this it is a great book.

    and I must say my viet is not great but thanks to all the recommendation over at Hui3r I’m slowly reading my way through quite a few novels already and am thoroughly enjoying it as well as improving my vietnamese… keep up the good work guys.

    Do you no where there is a completed viet version of this book?

  6. Peanuts
    Peanuts June 24, 2014 at 10:56 am |

    There is no completed viet version of the book bcos the published official version is incomplete. My Viet friend has already searched but can’t find the missing bits. Hence it is best to read in Chinese heehee… Maybe I’ll translate the missing parts for you & her but no promise & u’ve to wait a long time lol. My feature should be out in July as I am currently on holidays.

  7. Peanuts
    Peanuts October 23, 2014 at 2:16 am |

    If you don’t already know, I am translating this novel so come and support me 😛 Lidge & the Viets read the incomplete version so some of their criticisms are not valid. Anyhow I’ve to warn you the book is best at the beginning. Indeed the std of the novel does drop later but I still like my MT & AN enough to translate them 🙂

    I’ve updated all the requests for new links for Tang Dynasty Female Forensic, Dare to Marry, Wipe Clean and Hua Qian Gu.

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  9. Angie
    Angie April 5, 2018 at 5:39 am |

    Enjoyed the translation/ reading the story. Thank you.
    Request you to change ongoing as completed (?)

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