Chapter 1783: Three-year-old Han
“I have a pen and paper here. Do you need it?” Shi Xiaoya asked.
“Actually, I don’t really need it, but for the show, and for the audience to see it clearer, I should just write it out,” Han Zhuoling said.
If Tong Chunian were here, he would know that Han Zhuoling was simply trying to act cool in front of Shi Xiaoya.
If he only said that he needed to write it down, it might seem as if his intelligence was not high enough.
So he had to especially explain that it was for the audience to see, so that Shi Xiaoya would not misunderstand.
In the end, he got the three-digit number “352.”
“There’s also a seal?” Han Zhuoling asked Shi Xiaoya.
“Yeah.” Shi Xiaoya passed the seal to him.
Han Zhuoling took a look at it. He positioned it on the spot on the door where there was a square pattern and compared the patterns on them before pressing the seal into it.
Then he turned it three times, another five times, and lastly, another two times.
He used his hand to push hard, and the seal was pushed right into the door, becoming a part of the door.
Han Zhuoling pulled Shi Xiaoya to step back.
The door slowly opened.
Shi Xiaoya heaved a sigh of relief before exclaiming, “You solved it way too fast.”
Because of Shi Xiaoya’s praise, the corners of Han Zhuoling’s lips curved upwards, forming a smile that seemed to brim with pride.
“Not really.” Han Zhuoling tried to suppress his pride as he said that.
The director and videographer brother: “…”
They watched as First Young Master Han turned into Three-year-old Han right in front of their eyes. No one might believe them if they said it.
As the door opened, another tunnel appeared before them. But this tunnel was much brighter than the one before, and it was not as spooky.
With that kind of brightness, there was no need for a torchlight anymore.
Han Zhuoling turned to ask Shi Xiaoya, “Are you scared?”
To make it easier for filming, they still had to make some space for the videographer brother at the side.
So Shi Xiaoya and Han Zhuoling could only walk with one person in front and one behind.
Shi Xiaoya shook her head. “This place is quite bright, I’m not scared anymore.”
Han Zhuoling suddenly stopped talking and stared a little sadly at Shi Xiaoya.
Shi Xiaoya: “…”
What was happening?
Did he still want her to be scared?
Han Zhuoling nodded, not saying anything else.
Shi Xiaoya carefully peeked at Han Zhuoling. Seeing that he did not look angry, she said, “Did you notice that the atmosphere now is different from just before? Besides the light becoming brighter, even the surrounding decorations look more modern now.”
Han Zhuoling nodded. “The production team probably wants to show that the times are changing as we journey from the past to the present.”
Shi Xiaoya finally realized it. “Right. That’s how it feels like.”
“Actually, this is just another kind of escape room game,” Han Zhuoling said plainly.
You could talk less!
We still have to cut you out later in post-production!
The level that they designed to be so cool and innovative sounded so simple and plain after Han Zhuoling explained it.
Actually, the core of it was indeed an escape room concept, but if you said it out loud and the audience saw that, that cool and innovative feeling would be gone instantly.
“I wonder if the other side with the others is also like this,” Shi Xiaoya said.
“Not necessarily,” Han Zhuoling said. “After all, the production team will also be scared that the guests might really not be able to get out of the escape room. And for the fun and variety aspect of the show, they won’t let the audience see a repeat of the rounds. It could be that everyone was put into an escape room, but the clues and conditions for passing were different. But I feel that the production team’s manpower is limited. It’s already a lot of effort for them to come up with this escape room, so for them to think of at least three more different escape rooms, it would have been a little challenging.”