For as long as she can remember, Ning Meng (Tan Song Yun) has dreamt of becoming an investment director, but since graduation, she seems to be drifting farther and farther from that dream. Currently working at an investment firm under Lu Ji Ming (Lin Geng Xin), Ning Meng has never once been given a chance to advance in her career. Believing Ning Meng doesn’t have what it takes to become a qualified investor, Lu Ji Ming keeps her stuck in a dead-end job. Finally fed up with a position that’s going nowhere, Ning Meng decides the time has come to seek employment elsewhere. Applying for countless jobs, Ning Meng finds the search for a new position to be difficult at best, but despite the setbacks, she refuses to give up. Finally landing a job at a new investment firm, Ning Meng takes the lessons she learned while working under Lu Ji Ming, and applies them in her new position. Secretly helping Ning Meng from the sidelines, Lu Ji Ming learns a few lessons of his own while watching Ning Meng grow into a talented professional. Both influenced by the other, will these two unique inventors use what they’ve learned to become the best version of themselves? An unexpectedly sweet office romance, “Master of My Own” is a 2022 Chinese romantic comedy drama directed by Yao Ting Ting.