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  1. Yes, perfect scene indeed and one of the best in TMOPB. Without their story, TMOPB would have been so boring...i mostly watched it for our DongFeng. My favourite parts of their story is hen he goes into the pagoda to save her and at the end of the drama, when he leaves the heavenly convoy carrying YeHua's body and goes to her and he answers her question. Woaaaa, how many feelings in that last scene....i cried like a baby. A love that can never be..so saaad (thanks God it's only in the drama)
  2. I wonder what is the meaning of this metaphor and why the author chose it. According to wikipedia: "Since these scarlet flowers usually bloom near cemeteries around the autumnal equinox, they are described in Chinese and Japanese translations of the Lotus Sutra as ominous flowers that grow in Hell, (Chinese: 黃泉), and guide the dead into the next reincarnation. Some legends have it that when you see someone that you may never meet again, these flowers, also called red spider lilies or corpse flowers, would bloom along the path. Perhaps because of these sorrowful legends, Japanese people often used these flowers in funerals. The popular Japanese name Higanbana (彼岸花 Higan bana) for Lycoris radiata literally means higan (the other or that shore of Sanzu River) flower, decorative and enjoyable, flower of the afterlife in gokuraku jyōdo (極楽浄土 gokuraku jyōdo)." Maybe the sea of flowers represented all the dead feelings Dijun had in his heart, because, you remember, before he met her, he didn't know what love and jealousy is. But, among that sea of red flowers, a feeling of love started to blossom. I all the time said chinese people see this feeling of love way different than we see it in the western world. Their legends and novels are way more profound, there is almost a sacred deepness added to human feelings...i don't know how to put it into words (sorry for the rant).
  3. Look how beautiful this flowers are it's the season in China now for them. imagine Donghua in that red sea of flowers. what a beautiful and artistic image TangQi GongZi created
  4. woaaaaaa, i will squeal like crazy we will get to this part in the drama, I'm telling you all the neighbors will hear me. look how nice Dijun looks here. you were right about the hairstyle. it looks so much better here than in TMOPB though i admit i wanted to see him with the purple jewel in the middle of his forehead and loose hair, like in the fanfics. for example Ye Hua looked amazing with loose hair in TMOPB
  5. I swear, this is my favourite part of the book i squealed like crazy the first time i have read it the way Donghua appear on the scene to battle Nie Chunyin makes my heart flutter, honestly...just imagine the reaction of the whole audience the almighty king of the universe, the most revered god, the walking Buddha is married! and to whom?!...to a little fox imagine the jealousy, the aw and all the mixed emotions that this news provoked to the people being there at that moment. we have to admit that Fengjiu really nailed it...to be able to conquer the most amazing god in the whole universe, it's really someything. This is a lesson of perseverence..if you really, really want something, then the fate really works in your favor. If they don't show this scene in the drama, i really will throw something out of the window
  6. Yes, indeed, he is perfect for this role. He is a very cute Demon Lord. Can't wait to hear him referring to himself as "this old man" and saying to FengJiu "lets die together and reincarnate as turtles" i was laughing like crazy when i've read this in the novel if they don t show this in the drama, i will smash something, i swear
  7. hmm...the best one would be viki, but even for them the translations are not accurate. maybe netflix will pick up PB also, but usually the translations on viki are better.. at least in the case of TMOPB. for sure they will air the drama on WeTv app, but i don't know the quality of subs there. me personally i will watch the drama on viki
  8. me tooooo it will be for the 4th time, but it doesn't matter you know what is my biggest fear? that they changed the drama too much in comparison to the novel and i will not like it like, the novel is perfect, why add unnecessary things just for the sake of adding? i can understand that in the untamed's case the changes were done to pass the censorship, but here i don't see nothing that couldn't have passed the censorship. fingers crossed we will not be disappointed
  9. Thank you so much for your recomendations! i checked Early bird on yt and seems interesting unfortunately, i didn t find subtitles. You are watching it with subtitles? As far as i know, the turkish have some very good historical dramas..it was a hysteria some years ago with a turkish historical drama, i forgot it's name. Everybody was talking about it..or at least in my country
  10. As we were talking about chinese modern dramas and as the wait for Pillow book is soo looong, i recommend you a taiwanese drama that i enjoyed a lot. Before we get married it's called and it's amazing you can see it's not a mainland drama..this kind of drama would have never passed the censorship in China What other dramas are you girls watching? I run out of things to watch while waiting for our Pillow book
  11. I agree with you...don't get me wrong, i love chinese dramas, but they don't know how to make a proper modern drama. Or at least this is my opinion. The korean and japanese modern dramas are so much better in comparison to chinese ones. There is something that is missing in chinese modern dramas..they look a bite fake to me, i don't knowk how to explain it. On the contrary, chinese fantasy and historical dramas are soooo gooood! I just love them. but i would rather watch 3-4 chinese historical/fantasy dramas per year that are really, really good, than watch 8-10 or even more historical/fantasy dramas that are long, draggy and lacking in quality, like a lot of chinese dramas are. As for modern dramas, i will stick with japanese and korean ones. Too bad we will need to wait a lot for the historical dramas meeh...
  12. well, as in most chinese dramas, we need a side couple, so like you said, it will probably be Cheng Yu and Lian Song. Cheng Yu could be Feng Jiu's friend in heaven, like in TMOPB. As for Bai Zhen, I have no idea whatsoever. If it's the same screenwriter as in TMOPB, then i have no worries. For sure we will get a more than decent written script, maybe even better than the original script.
  13. Woaa..so strange to see 2 Vengo faces, with a different colour of hair don't forget we have the human realm arc also, were there is another Vengo with dark hair
  14. Sorry, i messed up the people i am curious how much screen time will have the actress that bought the rights, as she is playing Jiheng. I wonder if they will follow the same pattern as in the book, or they will show us more, including things that weren't in the book. Considering how many changes there were in the untamed, for sure the script for Pillow book will be changed as well.
  15. As far as i understood, the actress that is playing Zhihe was supposed to play the role of FengJiu, because se bought the rights for that role. Considering she is not playing FengJiu anymore, she will have a lot of screentime to make up for the loss of her role. I hope she delivers tbh. I think the story is enough for 60 eps, don't you think? But let's wait and see how they modified the story, because for sure they made some changes
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