Zong Yi was left alone by Jhe Reui without a last farewell. After that, he felt alone, and even though Zong Yi was counting the days, he never imagined that he would see him again in a different light. Will he now actually continue to be in his life? Or will he depart without another farewell? Let’s find out in the fourth episode of ‘Kiseki: Dear to Me‘.
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Zong Yi is still upset that Jhe Reui left him without saying goodbye. He applied for a part-time position at the cafe, where he regularly purchases Jhe Reui’s favorite strawberry cake, to lessen his loneliness. To buy a birthday cake for Chen Yi and himself, Ai Di headed to that cafe. However, this is not their birthday. After both of their parents unexpectedly passed away, they recently made a vow to one another to celebrate their birthdays at the same time. Because of their previous argument, he was initially hesitant to buy, but Zong Yi’s assistance allowed him to get the most exquisite cake for them.
As Ai Di lit the cake’s candles, he waited for him. But when the latter arrived, he was on the phone with their boss, and he informed him that their boss wanted to celebrate their birthday. He claims to be busy, and Chen Yi leaves. He flung the cake aside out of frustration. Jhe Reui was waiting for him when he entered the pub. Jhe Reui questioned Ai Di about why he liked him so much because he was aware of his love for Chen Yi. He claims Chen Yi was there for him during his darkest moments and always looked out for him. He loves him so strongly that he would sacrifice his life for him. Jhe Reui laughs and tells him that he’s being exaggerated, but he says that some people are worth dying for, and he’ll realize it when he finds the one.
Winter break is over, and it’s time for Zong Yi to come back to school. His teacher was injured, so he was replaced by a substitute teacher. And he was surprised when their teacher introduced Jhe Reui as their new teacher. But everything is planned by Jhe Reui and the gang. They found out that Zang Teng was selling drugs to the students. The principal knows too, but he wants to protect the students and the school’s reputation, so he will cooperate with the gang and let them in for the investigation. Jhe Reui says that they need someone who can go unnoticed and approach students easily, like a teacher. His friends looked at him, and at that moment, he knew he was the one who fit the job.