Interior designer MOON SHING-HONG (Moses Chan) and his wealthy good friend TIN HAK-KAN (Mak Cheung Ching) open up a design partnership company. In order to establish an ideal and happy family with his girlfriend TO TSZ-TSIN (Oceane Zhu), SHING-HONG bought a property and is now waiting for TSZ-TAIN’s return from studying abroad. Unexpectedly, SHING-HONG’s elder sister, MOON SHING-OI (Lo Yeuen Yan), has already leased the property out to the most sought-after Cantonese opera artiste, KAN KIT (Joyce Koi), without his consent. Failing to rescind the contract, SHING-HONG tries to drive away KAN KIT at all cost. To his surprise, KAN KIT’s agent LIN SAU-FONG (Louise Lee) is despotic and indifferent and she refuses to give in, which puts SHING-HONG at his wit’s end. Since then, the two parties have been at daggers drawn. But the situation changes in significant ways when HAK-KAN out of the blue starts courting KAN KIT. Having had a deeper understanding of KAN KIT, SHING-HONG manages to help HAK-KAN and KAN KIT get engaged. Because of that, SHING-HONG and KAN KIT not oly bury the hatchet but also develop a subtle rapport with each other. Shortly afterwards, KAN KIT suddenly has a traffic accident, following which she even finds her biological mother; whereas HAK-KAN also calls off the engagement. On top of that , it turns out that TSZ-TSIN returned to Hong Kong a long time ago and became a two timer… Change will always happen no matter what you plan. So the question is whether life is like a repertorie or a repertoire reflects life.