A talented musician, Li Zhen Yi (Steven Zhang), had the world at his feet. With invitations to study abroad, under some of the greatest musical masters of the modern world, pouring in, Zhen Yi should have had no reservations about stepping out into a wider world. But the ghosts of his past refuse to let him go. Suffering from severe childhood trauma, Zhen Yi is trapped in a world of demons from which there is no escape. At least not until he meets Fang Xiao Wo (Lin Yun).
An extraordinarily gifted pianist, Xiao Wo possesses more talent than even Zhen Yi, but her odd behavior and weird personality don’t exactly endear her to those around her. Despite her being such an oddity, Zhen Yi can’t help but be a little intrigued by Xiao Wo, especially not when they share an unwavering passion for music. As the two begin spending more time together, Zhen Yi slowly starts to find the courage to continue pursuing his own dreams.
With Xiao Wo by his side, the wounds from Zhen Yi’s past begin to heal, allowing him to dream like he’s never dreamt before. Finally free from the ghosts of his past, Zhen Yi and Xiao Wo step bravely into a bright new future, together.
Based on the Japanese manga, “Nodame Cantabile” by Tomoko Ninomiya, “Symphony’s Romance” is a 2020 drama directed by Liu Jun Jie.