He sits down next to her, and she asks if Yong Yong is fine.
Clearly I have a problem stopping, but really it’s because these final three episodes flow seamlessly into each other.
When all is said and done, Sunny Happiness is the most satisfying drama I have watched in ages.
This drama fills me with joy and contentment, the best feeling a great rom-com can do.
Recapping SH has been like when the sun comes out after a rainy day.
All my previous recapped dramas ended on whimpers or sighs, leaving me working hard to find validation in the hours I spent on it, and consoling myself with whatever nuggets of satisfaction gleaned from an otherwise limpid drama.
SH was a drama that got better and better as it went along, and the ending was as complete, thoughtful, and practical as could be hoped for. Episodes 23-25 Recap: Yun Chao walks outside to let Yong Yong’s stepmom and step sisters know that she’s awake. She reassures them that it’s just some cuts and scrapes, but first sister is so upset she can’t hold back the truth from Yong Yong.
First sister is angry at Xin Jie for arguing with Yong Yong, and accuses Xin Jie of purposing causing Yong Yong to miscarry so that she cannot bear a grandchild for the Xian family.
Stepmom and second sister are crying, and try to reassure Yong Yong that she’s young and will have more opportunities in the future to have another baby.
Oh lord I love her step family and how much they care for her and treasure her.