Wu Shi Yi (Wang Li Kun) is a former taekwondo athlete who gave up her career for love and became a housewife. On her 7th wedding anniversary, however, she discovers that her husband has an affair. Shi Yi immediately decides on a divorce and plans to raise their son by herself, but all assets end up going to her cheating husband and she even loses the custody of her child. In order to win the custody back, Shi Yi tries to find a job and is eventually hired by a security company as a female bodyguard. The first client she has to work for is the rich and handsome Hou Jue (Johnny Huang) who frequently stirs up trouble, which is why his father decided to hire a bodyguard who can protect him 24/7. In the beginning, Shi Yi and Hou Jue don’t get along very well, but Shi Yi’s sincerity soon moves Hou Jue. At the same time, Hou Jue’s positive personality also leads Shi Yi to change.
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[Finished Airing] Investiture of the Gods
The Gods is another adaptation of the 16th century classic novel “Investiture of the Gods”. It is a romanticised retelling of the overthrow of King Zhou, the last ruler of the Shang dynasty, by Ji Fa (Jaco Zhang), who would establish the Zhou dynasty in its place. The story integrates oral and written tales of many Chinese mythological figures who are involved in the struggle as well. These figures include human heroes, immortals and various spirits. Bewitched by his concubine Daji (Wang Li Kun), who is actually a vixen spirit in disguise as a beautiful woman, King Zhou of Shang oppresses his people and persecutes those who oppose him, including his own subjects who dare to speak up to him. Ji Fa (King Wu of Zhou), assisted by his strategist Jiang Ziya (Yu He Wei), rallies an army to overthrow the tyrant and restore peace and order. Throughout the story, battles are waged between the kingdoms of Shang and Zhou, with both sides calling upon various supernatural beings – deities, immortals, demons, spirits, and humans with magical abilities – to aid them in the war. Yuanshi Tianzun bestows upon Jiang Ziya the “Fengshen Bang”, a list that empowers him to invest the gods of Heaven. The heroes of Zhou and some of their fallen enemies from Shang are eventually endowed with heavenly ranking and essentially elevated to their roles as gods.
[Finished Airing] Legend of Heavenly Tear: Phoenix Warriors (Web Drama)
The story begins in the Northern Qi Kingdom. The prime minister Gu Qing Hong (Zhang Xiao Long) schemes to murder his wife Miao Qian Qian (Wang Li Kun), the daughter of an aristocratic family, together with her whole family. However, the Emperor of the Southern Liang Kingdom (Allen Ting)’s younger brother Xiao Feng Qing (Joe Cheng), who’s actually a half-alien, rescues Qian Qian. Qian Qian from then on lives under the name Nie Wu Shuang and enters the palace of the Liang Kingdom. A love triangle between Wu Shuang and the Xiao brothers ensues. But behind Wu Shuang’s necklace lies a huge secret: twenty years ago, a fairy came down to earth after war on the Phoenix Star broke out and she was pursued. There she saw a little girl, Qian Qian, who was about to drown. She then gave her the “Heavenly Tear”, a stone with a huge power: whoever owns it will be able to unify the country. A demon who’s half-human half-machine and hides in the Qi Kingdom is after the stone.
[Finished Airing] Martial Universe I
Martial Universe tells the story of Lin Dong (Yang Yang), a child from a small village who isn’t favored by his family. By chance, Lin Dong obtains a mysterious artifact that is coveted by many clans in the martial world. Because of this artifact, Lin Dong is approached by many people of different clans and is forcibly involved in various events of the martial universe.
[Finished Airing] Across the Ocean to See You
This is not the fresh start she anticipated. Su Mang (Wang Li Kun) works overseas as an executive for MG, a global tourism company. When her attempts to have a child fail and her marriage to her philandering husband ends in divorce, Su Mang transfers to the company’s headquarters in Shanghai as a director. When rumors start to fly among the employees about Su Mang’s life overseas, Zheng Chu (Zhu Ya Wen) is the unlikely employee who tries to protect her, despite the rocky start to their working relationship. But how can Zheng Chu help Su Mang deal with the news that she is pregnant from her IVF treatments from her previous marriage?