Why is the passport of the old boy Liu Ye green? It seems that it is because he is the captain of the plane and the crew are all official passports, so the passport is green.
Why Wu Zheng's passport is green
Last night, the long-awaited TV series "old boy" was officially broadcast. Lin Yichen's Lin Xiaoou and Liu Ye's Wu Zheng were a pair of happy enemies at the beginning. It can be said that they could not get to know each other without fighting. Judging from the development of the whole drama, the interaction mode between the two people in the later drama should be greatly changed. In the first episode, Wu Zheng's passport was soaked in the water, but many careful viewers found that Wu Zheng's passport was green. What's the reason or the bug?
In the play, we can see that Wu Zheng, played by Liu Ye, was originally a captain. He played in Australia because his previous flight came to Australia, so he had a two-day holiday. After two days, he still had to fly back to China as captain.
Therefore, the main reason why Wu Zheng's passport is green is that he is the captain and the crew are all official passports, so the passport is green.
Color classification of Chinese passports
In China, passports are also divided into four colors:
Diplomatic passport (red cover), official passport (dark green cover), ordinary passport for business (dark brown cover), ordinary passport for private (red brown cover)
The stills consider that Wu Zheng is the captain, so the passport with green cover can be said to pay great attention to details.