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[Mainland Chinese Web Drama 2020] Three Lives Three Worlds The Pillow Book 三生三世枕上书

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32 minutes ago, Ninky said:

Not the enemies but that curse.... ohhh lala

 

The later chapters of the mortal arc is one adventure after another. And the unfolding story between a goddess, her friend (eh, but he's more like a colleague), then the fated one for the goddess - ohhh lala indeed.

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34 minutes ago, MoonPrincess said:

Does anyone know in total how many tracks did ELOD release on the OST? when I was browsing on youtube there seem to be 9 more tracks that I dont have the album that have. I had only 28 tracks in total. When I search online I cant seem to find a list of it of a full album to even download... getting confused here LOL

 

The other tracks could be the following:

 

1. Fox Blinks version 1

2. Fox Blinks version 2

3. Fox Blinks instrumental

4. Heart Desire at Peace instrumental

5. Book of Fate instrumental

6. The Pillow Book

7. The Pillow Book instrumental

 

There should be total 35 of OST and BGM, although note that Fox Blinks were for promotion and The Pillow Book was for the radio play of the novel.

 

Note also that the opening and closing OST have instrumental versions played a few times in the drama, but not officially released.

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34 minutes ago, MayanEcho said:

 

The later chapters of the mortal arc is one adventure after another. And the unfolding story between a goddess, her friend (eh, but he's more like a colleague), then the fated one for the goddess - ohhh lala indeed.

:selfie2:

 

 

The other tracks could be the following:

 

1. Fox Blinks version 1

2. Fox Blinks version 2

3. Fox Blinks instrumental

4. Heart Desire at Peace instrumental

5. Book of Fate instrumental

6. The Pillow Book

7. The Pillow Book instrumental

 

There should be total 35 of OST and BGM, although note that Fox Blinks were for promotion and The Pillow Book was for the radio play of the novel.

 

Note also that the opening and closing OST have instrumental versions played a few times in the drama, but not officially released.

All the one that you mentioned i already have i think its 7 BGM that I dont have and the youtube video has lol  (first 7 on the video)

 

 

and I did find the opening and closing instrument theme on youtube I am assuming it must be released somewhere

 

Opening

 

Closing

 

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33 minutes ago, MoonPrincess said:

and I did find the opening and closing instrument theme on youtube I am assuming it must be released somewhere

 

It wasn't, as far as I know. Nonetheless, thanks so much for the links for the instrumental versions of the opening and closing OST. 

 

33 minutes ago, MoonPrincess said:

All the one that you mentioned i already have i think its 7 BGM that I dont have and the youtube video has lol  (first 7 on the video)

 

The 7 you mentioned were released later as a second batch. Sadly, there are at least 5 BGM that aren't officially released yet...and at least three were used a lot of times in the drama.

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53 minutes ago, MayanEcho said:

 

It wasn't, as far as I know. Nonetheless, thanks so much for the links for the instrumental versions of the opening and closing OST. 

 

 

The 7 you mentioned were released later as a second batch. Sadly, there are at least 5 BGM that aren't officially released yet...and at least three were used a lot of times in the drama.

what are the other 5 that wasn't release yet? I feel like there are trying to kill us here lol first the 4 cut ep then the unrelease BGM... lol

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13 hours ago, MoonPrincess said:

what are the other 5 that wasn't release yet? I feel like there are trying to kill us here lol first the 4 cut ep then the unrelease BGM... lol

 

Uhm, the first few minutes of Ep38 has unreleased BGMs... :lol: Joking aside, two or three as I remember from this episode itself. 

 

Then there are variants of official BGMs that aren't released like that of Snow Pile Practice, or the DH FJ Sword Dance.

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Question: when Dong Hua agreed to Zhihe’s exile, do you think he did it more for her education and discipline, or because he disliked having to take care of women who fancy him?

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Don't remember if this was posted before

 

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6 minutes ago, chsaf said:

Don't remember if this was posted before

 

The artist just finished it, hehehe! :D

 

@ChibiLy Hope this would mean some love like The Untamed. Special edition episodes please! ^_^ 

 

4 hours ago, Megan said:

Question: when Dong Hua agreed to Zhihe’s exile, do you think he did it more for her education and discipline, or because he disliked having to take care of women who fancy him?

 

Discipline for a blatant lawbreaker. The other one is what he dished to JH in later episodes, also in the book. :lol:

 

DH mentioned it himself in the wedding fiasco at EP7 - Zhi He is guilty of deceiving His Majesty. That's also why Si Ming asked ZL to call Tianjun, to which the heavenly lord also said he will give a proper response of what happened to Di Jun. ZH did a serious crime according to their laws.

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Question: and I hope this doesn’t come across as racist or whatnot, but I’m confused about Diliraba being both Uyghur and Chinese. Like does it mean her ancestors were originally Turkish but then immigrated to China? Is Diliraba Chinese based on nationality only? :huh:

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2 hours ago, Megan said:

Question: and I hope this doesn’t come across as racist or whatnot, but I’m confused about Diliraba being both Uyghur and Chinese. Like does it mean her ancestors were originally Turkish but then immigrated to China? Is Diliraba Chinese based on nationality only? :huh:

 

Historically, there would always be migrations among groups of people. In ancient times, borders did not also really exist. Migrations are usually of circumstances - trading, better place to live as per season which some nomads or stateless people still do, displacement due to wars and famine, or being vassals and subjects who settled somewhere else as per needs and requirements in the name of their government.

 

You can check how Uighurs who were originally Turkish came to settle in China. Hint: read up on the world's greatest empires.

 

Understand though that they're not any less Chinese than other ethnicities of Chinese as they settled there in the mainland for many centuries. By this point too, there would have been already intermarriages to other tribes as well. Just as, for example, in your country of domicile Singapore. There are ethnic Malays, Indians, or Chinese Singaporean.

 

Reba being an Uighur Chinese should not be taken up against her - no one can control the circumstances of their own birth, race/ethnicity, or parental lineage.

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2 hours ago, MayanEcho said:

Reba being an Uighur Chinese should not be taken up against her - no one can control the circumstances of their own birth, race/ethnicity, or parental lineage

Thanks for answering my question. Don’t worry. I’m not being racist. I was just very confused about how it all works.

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24 minutes ago, Megan said:

Thanks for answering my question. Don’t worry. I’m not being racist. I was just very confused about how it all works.

 

I'm sure you aren't. Unfortunately, most of the news are too opinionated and biased nowadays, and there are too many "wokes" who are sensitive to everything and anything that doesn't go their way.  

 

It can get difficult to filter what's right or wrong, or who's just out to whip out sentiments rather than deliver facts.

 

Another example for many races in one nation, though not so really a very good one nowadays, will be USA. They all have the right to be called American regardless of their ethnic background. Let's not go though on their still ongoing racial issues. But otherwise, that country is a perfect example of settlers and natives that are now one in nationality, and by theory, share equal rights as citizens.

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12 hours ago, MayanEcho said:

 

The artist just finished it, hehehe! :D

 

@ChibiLy Hope this would mean some love like The Untamed. Special edition episodes please! ^_^ 

 

 

Discipline for a blatant lawbreaker. The other one is what he dished to JH in later episodes, also in the book. :lol:

 

DH mentioned it himself in the wedding fiasco at EP7 - Zhi He is guilty of deceiving His Majesty. That's also why Si Ming asked ZL to call Tianjun, to which the heavenly lord alsothem said he will give a proper response of what happened to Di Jun. ZH did a serious crime according to their laws.

I know right. Give ELOD fans the special edition and I am sure Tencent will earn a decent amount.

 

On top of ZH's attempt to deceive DHDJ, marriage is considered a sacred ceremony for them. So ZH's deception was a severe crime.

 

For the life of me, I can't understand why ZH thought DH wouldn't punish her when he realise what she did.

If the ceremony did go through, I imagine DH would have annulled the marriage on the spot.

 

Was ZH so in love with DH, that he blindly took the risk, thinking there may be a chance DH would accept her as his wife?

Or that she thought DH would accept whatever she does? 

18 hours ago, Megan said:

Question: when Dong Hua agreed to Zhihe’s exile, do you think he did it more for her education and discipline, or because he disliked having to take care of women who fancy him?

I think all of the above.

 

DH turned an blind eye on what ZH did, since she never blatantly showed she wanted to be romantically involved with DH. As soon as DH realised what ZH wanted, he recognised that she needed to be educated, disciplined and be sent away from him.

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31 minutes ago, ChibiLy said:

I know right. Give ELOD fans the special edition and I am sure Tencent will earn a decent amount.

 

On top of ZH's attempt to deceive DHDJ, marriage is considered a sacred ceremony for them. So ZH's deception was a severe crime.

 

For the life of me, I can't understand why ZH thought DH wouldn't punish her when he realise what she did.

If the ceremony did go through, I imagine DH would have annulled the marriage on the spot.

 

Was ZH so in love with DH, that he blindly took the risk, thinking there may be a chance DH would accept her as his wife?

Or that she thought DH would accept whatever she does? 

 

DH will have all the rights to annul right there and then, coz ZH isn't his supposed bride.

 

Maybe out of pity that he was lenient with her while she's under his care, plus to pay her parents' providing of food and shelter for him. DH's also a bachelor, so what would he know about rearing his ward, when he didn't really have much example to follow to begin with.

 

Even if ZH is unruly though, and possessive of him, DH probably never expected that she would dare to break the laws to "own" him. ZH also probably never thought she'll be tried, because she's used to DH's soft approach when it comes to disciplining her.

 

As for taking the risk...I think she's so stupid to begin with. For that kind of recklessness, she didn't think ahead that 1) foster brother or not, that's the Emperor she's going to hoodwink; 2) Foster brother never showed any hints that he wants her as his wife; 3) With that much guests, she can pull the dirty trick without hitches; 4) Should she succeed, it's still a null and void marriage; 5) She's committing a crime that warrants an exile from Jiuchongtian.

 

Though there wasn't any marriage really in the book (PB1, p169) because DH got too busy to look for his baby fox, ZH still had the intention and was dressed as the supposed bride. Hence, exiled.

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1 hour ago, MayanEcho said:

Though there wasn't any marriage really in the book (PB1, p169) because DH got too busy to look for his baby fox, ZH still had the intention and was dressed as the supposed bride. Hence, exiled.

I’m pretty sure she was only found out when they heard the news of Jiheng eloping with Minsu. Then they realized the veiled bride at Taichen must be fake.

 

and it’s kinda funny. Zhihe finally thought she could marry Dong Hua, but then he just dumps the wedding to look for his baby fox.

I imagined Zhihe’s reaction to be something like: “Hello! We’re getting married. I’m going to be your wife. And you still think a pet is more important than your fiancée?!!!”

LOL

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30 minutes ago, Megan said:

I’m pretty sure she was only found out when they heard the news of Jiheng eloping with Minsu. Then they realized the veiled bride at Taichen must be fake.

 

and it’s kinda funny. Zhihe finally thought she could marry Dong Hua, but then he just dumps the wedding to look for his baby fox.

I imagined Zhihe’s reaction to be something like: “Hello! We’re getting married. I’m going to be your wife. And you still think a pet is more important than your fiancée?!!!”

LOL

 

To think ZH was dissing and pretending (something old) to baby fox FJ the night before when she was leaving her roasted yam gift (that's something new, yams as wedding present!) that DH and her are meant to be. 

 

ZH dresses up in JH's bridal outfit (LOL, something borrowed), and sends herself  to jail (something blue, her frustration on not getting the groom of her dreams).

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3 hours ago, Megan said:

I’m pretty sure she was only found out when they heard the news of Jiheng eloping with Minsu. Then they realized the veiled bride at Taichen must be fake.

 

and it’s kinda funny. Zhihe finally thought she could marry Dong Hua, but then he just dumps the wedding to look for his baby fox.

I imagined Zhihe’s reaction to be something like: “Hello! We’re getting married. I’m going to be your wife. And you still think a pet is more important than your fiancée?!!!”

LOL

I would pay to watch that scene! 

In saying that, I imaginedDH most would have priortised baby fox safety over most people.

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who would you?
Kiss, Marry, Kill:

Kiss: Ye Hua (Yang Yang). I don’t want to marry him because living under such rules and nasty relatives sounds terrifying.

marry: Dong Hua. Can get romance; protection and freedom. Don’t worry. I would never break up DongFeng.

kill: Hmm...assuming all the nasty females got punished...um...I can’t think of anyone. I don’t like the idea of killing. Um...if I’m fishing...does that count as killing the fish since it is going to be cooked?

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5 hours ago, ChibiLy said:

I would pay to watch that scene! 

In saying that, I imaginedDH most would have priortised baby fox safety over most people.

 

Ditto! Baby fox pet > the bride :lol:

 

That would cement how legendary the nine-tailed fox clan is when it comes to allure, appeal, and attractiveness.

 

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