Flower Goddess dies giving birth to her daughter, Jin Mi. She was imprisoned within Shui Jing until Xu Feng, heavenly emperor's second sun enters it mistakenly. After living together for 100years he falls in love with that ignorant Jin Mi.
Flora realm and Heavenly realm are at odds. The Flower Goddess dies giving birth to her daughter. She had a premonition about her newly born daughter's future and the trials she will endure, she fed her the Unfeeling pill. Prior to her death she asked the elders of the flora realm a favor to protect the child from heavenly realm. The girl's name is Jin Mi. She had been imprisoned within Shui Jing for about 10,000 years now. But suddenly one day heavenly emperor's second son Xu Feng while trapped by someone mistakenly enters the Shui Jing. He was saved by the ignorant Jin Mi. To repay the debt of saving his life, he broke her out of Shui Jing and brought her to heavenly realm. After living together for hundred years, Xu Feng fell in love with her. His elder brother, the first son of heavenly emperor is in love with her too. But Jin Mi remains unfazed because of the unfeeling pill that she had in her from the moment she was born. As the series goes forward the tension between brothers ...Written by
My initial thoughts when I saw this on Netflix I wasn't too sure if I'd like it. After the first few episodes I still wasn't hooked, but I'm so glad I stuck with it. It has twists and turns I never expected and it got serious later on (I don't want to spoil it). The love triangles are excellently played, the acting is incredible. I'm so in love with this drama! Hands down the best Chinese drama I've ever seen and the best drama I've seen so far. I finished 63 one hour episodes in 4 days and left me wanting, yearning for more. I looked up the songs after and found out they were sang by the lead actor and actress. Not only can they sing beautifully, their on screen romance is heart breaking but so heartfelt. I couldn't believe the details they added to the story and how it was all tied up at the end (I wish I saw the marriage fox god in the last episode but hoping he will be in the second season. I ended up rewatching the last 2 episodes 3 times! Please give it a go if you aren't sure, you won't regret it. The 40-63 episodes were so heart/tear jerking. Looking forward to another season even though the leads are just guests in it.
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