[Eng] Love and Redemption Ep 9

Synopsis: 1000 years ago, the God of war and the Star of Mosha fought against each other during a bitter battle that almost upturned the way of the world. However at the end of it, both had disappeared mysteriously. 1000 years later, their reincarnations are born into the mortal realm. Chu Xuanji was born into the world lacking the ability to understand or receiving information from the 6 senses leaving her clueless to the world and inept. She befriends Yu Sifeng, the most skilled disciple from the Lize palace who falls in love with her despite the consequences that would occur if he falls in love with a woman. Meanwhile, the demonic realm are preparing themselves to revive the star of Mosha in order to overthrow the Heavenly realm once more and soon the events of the past catches up to them….

Notes

  1. Moon in the water, flower in the mirror: This is a chinese idiom that means it is merely an illusion that will not last. Just like the moon you see in water and the flower in the mirror is just an illusion
  2. Wangxian town: The literal translation of this town means “hoping/waiting for a celestial”
  3. Dantian: Also known as the Cinnabar field or elixir field, is a region of the body where Qi is concentrated. There are apparently three of these Dantians in the body but usually it refers to the one three finger widths below and two finger widths behind the navel.

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Also made an MV for the ending song. I’ll see if I have the time to comprise a playlist of the soundtrack when they are all released

33 Comments

  1. Thank you so much! I feel so sorry for both of them this ep. Si Feng is so hurt and Xuanji is so confused but I am glad they are at least with each other again.

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    1. I love you, thanks for subbing 🥰🙏🙏🙏 Ep 9 made me smile like crazy, Xuanji was so cute when she tried to cheer up Sufeng..keke. Both actors are best 💕👏

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    1. Thank you for subbing, you are like an angel 😍 I struck ​in L&D along time, waiting for it and see it without knowing any words. Thank you again.

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  2. Thank you again for subbing this!
    I’m in awe of your speed. You’re feeding my addiction to this drama like a pro. 😉

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  3. Thank you, again! So many idioms in Chinese culture but rarely does anyone explain any of them, thank you! 🙏 Looking forward to your translations 🎎

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