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But I was in the mood to do a chapter so here it is.
I have no clue who will play the leads in the drama adaptation, but I know it won’t be Yang Mi, who has sorta moved past that in terms of age and popularity.
But when I picture Yun Ge, I think of her performance as Guo Xiang, so for now I’ll cast her in my novel version.
As for chapter 1 of YZG, It captivated me from the opening sentence and really drew vivid images of the three main characters right off the bat.
The red string of fate binds Yun Ge to the two men in her life in ways that feel powerful yet playful.
Background primer: Because of Emperor Wu of Han’s (Liu Che) desire for military expansion and consolidation during his reign, when he died he left the dynasty in a downward spiral of poverty and using rigid control to temper the burgeoning woes of the common people who had been taxed and punished to the limit.
He conceded in his final days that his methods had gone astray, but he was at the end of his life and could not right his wrongs.
(Chinese title 後菜鳥的燦爛時代 which means Later Bloomer’s Glorious Era), telling the story of two rivals since childhood who reunite after their fates have switched.