The TV station airing Heavy Sweetness, Ash-like Frost calls the drama Ashes of Love. I love the title they use so I’m going to go with that, too.
I’ll be working on Ashes of Love at https://www.dorayakiz.com. I want to separate my work into two blogs. This one is only for translating Chinese novels. My other one will be just for dramas.
Ashes of Love/HSALF is subbed at JiangsuTV’s Youtube Channel.
I’m SO excited!!! Heavy Sweetness, Ash-Like Frost will air on August 2nd!!! Despite reading way too many Chinese romance novels for my own good, this remains my favorite fantasy romance story! And I have full confidence Deng Lun will do an amazing job as my beloved Phoenix. I can’t think of a young actor with the acting chops who fits the role more than Deng Lun.
The newly released MV for the ending song looks amazing!! I love the CGI for Phoenix’s feather which he gave to Jin Mi to protect her. See it at 2:08-2:10!! It looks more gorgeous than what I imagined when I read the novel. I want one, lol. A glimpse of the new epilogue at 2:27-2:30. And of course THE WEDDING at 2:01-2:06!!! Oh my gosh, THE WEDDING!!! I haven’t seen it, but I’m ready to cry already, lol.
I’m hopelessly obsessed!! Been watching this over and over. I don’t think I can sleep at night unless I watch this MV at least 50 times a day until the drama airs, lol.
Fuyao drama with Eng subs at Youtube & Viki.
English translation of the novel Legend of Fuyao.
I am madly, deeply, hopelessly in love……with the Crown Prince of Tianquan Kingdom, lol.
Wuji slaying my heart with his smile, lol.
More hotness ♥♥♥
My favorite OTP in drama land this year: Wuji & Fuyao!!!
The Left Hand Pointing to the Moon – Sa Dingding
左手指月 – 萨顶顶
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Dian Xian, the author of the novel Heavy Sweetness, Ash-Like Frost, wrote a new epilogue for the drama adaptation. You can read the completed Eng translation of the novel at decembi’s blog.
Click to read the new epilogue: Chinese raw ||| Viet translation
I don’t think the new epilogue has been translated, so I’ll do a quick summary. Read More »
There’s a Park Bo Gum fever going around. Since I’ve no immunity against handsome faces, I’m infected as well, lol.
PBG’s drama Moonlight Drawn By Clouds is based on a Korean novel. I’ve been googling nonstop hoping to find a translation of the novel. Hey, hard work does pay off because look what I found!!!!
Viet edit by a kind soul @ https://tulipgardenblog.wordpress.com/ (Woot!!! Woot!!!~~~)
I read that the Viet version is based off of a Chinese machine translation of the Korean novel. This means some stuff will probably be lost in translation, but beggars can’t be choosy, lol. If you know Chinese, you can search for the Chinese version online. Good luck!!!
As of right now, I’m not aware of a translation in English or any other languages except Chinese and Viet.
Of course anyone who can buy the original novel in Korean should do so to support the author. Unfortunately, there are many fans who live overseas and don’t know Korean :(.
This is a summary, not a full translation. I can’t translate the entire epilogue because it is too long and complicated, but I did translate 2 sections. Summary is italicized, direct translation is in regular font.
The first translated section is about BZH seeing the adult form of HQG for the first time. The second translated section is about BZH wanting to follow HQG to the savage wilderness. The latter section was requested by steffyjames, who generously helps out in the Discussion Corner so I want to do something to thank her.Read More »
Qing Shui pulled at Luo Shi Yi: “How is it? Still not allowing people to see her! What should we do? She’s heavily injured!” She began to cry.
Xiu Mu Qing Liu patted her shoulder: “Don’t worry, Zun Shang saved her so he won’t let her die.”
“But Shuo Feng isn’t here! He disappeared with Hua Qian Gu! Where did they go? He’s the calmest and smartest person! If he were here, there’s probably a way!”
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There was complete silence, everyone was shocked, the atmosphere was bleak and filled with the heavy stench of blood.
Luo Shi Yi and the others were sad, although Hua Qian Gu was saved, she was now paralyzed. Not living but also not dying, death was simpler and easier.
Mo Yan was angry: “Sect junior, what are you doing? In front of the immortals here, are you not protecting her? Outsiders would think Chang Liu is giving her preferential treatment.”
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The prison was not far from Chang Liu’s main hall, but it was a long walk for Hua Qian Gu. Because she was the Sect Leader’s disciple, and she always treated everyone well, the disciples responsible for escorting her knew her and did not press her along.
Hua Qian Gu walked slowly, wising the path would never end. Looking up at Jue Qing Hall floating in the sky, she wanted to return there and look around for one last time, to see if the peach tree she recently planted had bloomed.
Glancing around, the exquisite surrounding was shrouded in mist between the sea and the sky, this had become her second home. Here, she spent the best seven years of her life. No matter how terrible the punishment waiting for her, perhaps she would be killed, but she was not afraid, the only thing she feared, it would be the disappointment in Teacher’s eyes.
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