Continuation from the first season. Love will finally bloom.
The Big Boss depicts the chaotic and fun high school life of Ye Mu Qi (Li Kai Xin), a simple and positive girl with a lot of imagination who gets elected as the class president. Fate brings her once again together with her childhood friend Liao Dan Yi (Huang Jun Jie) who she now considers as her enemy.
Xia Ling (An Yue Xi), is a fresh graduate out of college and looking for jobs. When she receives a text message for an interview late at night at a street called Rakshasa, she rushes out, and belatedly realizes how weird it is for a company to interview so late. It’s too late now and she has crossed into a transitional dimension, the bridge between the human ream and hell, where spirits are kept until they are sanctioned. There are many streets like this and each street has a guardian general, guarding the place. At Rakshasa Street, it’s the turf of two brothers – Cao Yan Bing (Jiro Wang) and Cao Xuan Liang, presumably are descendants of Cao Cao. In this world full of evil spirits, can you cooperate with your guardian spirit in order to survive?
When Xiao Bai Cheng (Liu Mei Han) almost falls down the stairs, her senior Shi Jing (Li He) catches her. She immediately falls for him and makes pursuing him her goal during her university time. In order to get him, she asks her childhood friend Hu Li Shan (Kong Chui Nan) for help. But what she doesn’t know is that Li Shan is actually in love with her and seizes this chance to get her attention instead of really helping her with Shi Jing.