Thursday, 22 December 2011

Bu Bu Jing Xin

The best drama I have ever seen! With so much meaning, a plot with more than just silly teenage love but with added brotherly conflicts towards the royal throne. I highly highly recommend it! The story-line is so sad yet beautiful!

Watch it at, it has English subs, plus it's free! The only thing making you regret watching it is the sad emotional impact it has on you in the end even thought it's not a super devastating ending. 

The drama costume is really enchanting too! The actresses and actors are all very beautiful and handsome! I really cannot praise this enough!

From Wikipedia
Bubu Jingxin is a Chinese television series based on a novel of the same title by writer Tong Hua (simplified Chinese桐华traditional Chinese桐華). Filming for the series started on 6 December 2010 in Shanghai and wrapped up on 22 March 2011. It was first aired in China on HBS on 10 September 2011.

It's about a girl from the modern age getting pulled back into the past during the imperial reign, after a car accident involving lightning.

More from Wikipedia
The producers have reportedly claimed that the television series will remain faithful to the original story by Tong Hua, but with a new ending. In the novel, Ma'ertai Ruoxi is unable to return to her own time and ultimately succumbs to her illness, while the Yongzheng Emperor dies years later in hope of reuniting with Ma'ertai Ruoxi in death. However in the series, after Ruoxi and Yongzheng die, the former's soul returns to her incarnation in the 21st century. While struggling to get over the trauma from her experiences in time traveling, she ultimately meets a man who resembles Yongzheng, possibly a present-day incarnation of the Yinzhen. Despite the fans' anticipation that there will be a romantic involvement between them, they did not fall in love. Instead, Zhang is heartbroken as she realizes that her romance with Yinzhen is truly over, and his appearance merely gives her necessary closure to move on with her life, yet the story has a sad ending.

Must watch! If you are into ancient Chinese dramas this will be the very best of them, or if you're just interested in knowing what ancient China was like this will give you a great insight to it with a modern twist. It's so cute how the main character Ruo Xi does the 'OK' sign and the 13th prince doesn't understand.
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