When I was watching the first part of "The Beginning of Hua Deng", I felt that Jiang Han could throw out the golden words of a scumbag, abandoning Luo and Su, and there must be his story them. As expected, at the end of the second part of "The Beginning of Hua Deng", Jiang Han's own story is pointed to. Although many people on the Internet scolded that it was whitewashing Jiang Han, I don't think so. That paragraph is not to whitewash, but to explain Jiang Han's actions in the first part.
Maybe it is a starting point, and it is possible to lay out Jiang Han's past in the third part. However, no matter how you explain why Shadow Making Jiang Han is such a scumbag, it doesn't mean that he is a scumbag; even if Jiang Han treats women as scumbags, it doesn't mean that he is a scumbag in every way. Humans are very complex, in every aspect, layer upon layer corner, how can one sentence, one thing, be able to say clearly. "Those bad shows are my life." Jiang Han once said.
This sentence, after listening to it a few times, is actually a little worried. Who likes their people to live like a bad show? People who can laugh at themselves like this must have experienced the trauma of falling to the bottom. More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels