Reset (2022)


Tells of two groups of people stuck in a time loop where they keep returning to the beginning of a day or incident.

In part one, Li Shi Qing experiences death over and over again on a bus, with each loop sending her back to the bus and back in time. To get off the bus, she accidentally dragged fellow passenger Xiao He Yun into the time loop. The two must try everything to make sure the bus gets to its destination safely to close the time loop.

Unbeknownst to them, Song Bo Dao is a delivery man also stuck in a separate but connected time loop. He is tasked with finishing his deliveries for the day, but for some reason can never deliver all of them, especially a package to someone called Xiao He Yun. Along the way, he finds pets and people in need of help, and helps them over and over again every day. One of them is writer Qin Rou Rou, who is immediately taken by his story and decides to help him decipher the solution to the time loop. They begin to date and fall back in love every day as he delivers her cat food to her and re-tells her their story.

Adapted from the novel “Kai Duan” (开端) by Qi Dao Jun (祈祷君).

Original Network: Tencent Video;

Director: Sun Mo Long [孙墨龙]

Also known as: 开端 開端 Kai Duan


Status: Ongoing

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10 Comments to “Reset (2022)

  1. HOLY FLYING COW! This show was so good!!! I took a break from my usual Kdrama binge and came across this after reading some rave reviews. First episode was slow, boring, and as confusing as the protagonist. But I had too much time on my hand so I pressed on and I’m glad I did. This was some Final Destination plot, each episode was short yet amazingly written, every character’s background story was touching. I wish I could erase my memories to re-watch this. 11/10 recommend!

  2. This show is fantastic. I am only at episode 5 of 24 but it’s as good, possibly better, than any KDrama I have watchedm and I’ve watched the best 20 Korean Dramas over the past few years. Normally the Chinese shows are not up to snuff but this one is exceptional. The “problem” the protagonists must solve is difficult and they keep trying various solutions but failing. And it’s not the stupid Deux Ex Machina stuff like most other shows where, “No matter what you do, the future will still happen”. In this one, you get the sense that it’s a solvable problem.

    I find myself pondering how I would solve this if I were in this situation? My rating on media quality is how deeply do I get sucked into into, and for this one, I’m quite addicted. How can these people solve the “Boja”???

    I not an actor, and I really can’t judge acting, but the actors in this are very convincing. I keep thinking the scenario is real and forget it’s just fiction and that I shouldn’t be worrying about the people in it. LOL!

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