All seems well for the Su family – until Mother Su dies and suppressed issues come to light one after another. Finally freed from his tyrannic wife, father Su Da Qiang (Ni Da Hong) has to rethink how he wants to spend the rest of his life. The selfish and narrow-minded old man consequently begins to disturb the peaceful lives of his three grown-up children by continuously making excessive requests. Oldest son Su Ming Zhe (Gao Xin) returns from America in order to lend a helping hand, yet ends up causing a rift in his own family under the heavy burden. Second son Su Ming Cheng (Guo Jing Fei) is a spoiled brat who got used to living off his parents. He is obsessed with getting rich and doesn’t flinch from doing risky moves that could ruin his whole family in order to achieve his goal. Daugther and youngest child Su Ming Yi (Yao Chen) was never favoured by her parents due to being a girl, and therefore cut all family ties when she turned 18. But now that her family is in trouble, she decides to help after all, and has to live through her traumatic childhood once again. Will this deeply damaged family still be able to overcome all issues and find together in the end?
Green Love depicts the life and hardships of children who grew up in rural areas and left for the big cities to study and build a career, but later return home. Lin Shen (Guo Jing Fei) has set up a construction company in Shanghai, but then decides to go back to his hometown and tries to build up a business there. At the same time, the investor Chen Ling (Che Xiao) wants to escape from her busy life in the city and visits Lin Shen’s village. There she gets to know the simple and honest villagers and her heart settles down.