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Humble servante, Liu Ying ne s'attend pas à ce que sa vie soit autre chose qu'ordinaire. Satisfaite du monde et de la place qu'elle y occupe, elle passe ses journées à s'occuper de la belle Xia Hou Xue, sans savoir ce qu'un acte aussi simple que le fait de sauver un serpent va changer sa vie à jamais. Curieusement, c'est exactement ce qui se passe. Croisant par hasard le chemin d'un serpent, Liu Ying sauve la pauvre créature, avant d'apprendre qu'il ne s'agit pas d'un serpent, mais d'un roi dragon millénaire du nom de Yu Chi Long Yan. Éternellement reconnaissant envers Liu Ying de lui avoir sauvé la vie, Yu Chi Long Yan souhaite lui rendre la pareille en l’épousant. Mais au lieu d'accepter, Liu Ying lui demande de sauver Xia Hou Xue des griffes d'un démon-loup et de la protéger pendant trois vies. Incapable de refuser une telle demande, Yu Chi Long Yan accepte de le faire, tout en restant tranquillement aux côtés de Liu Ying. Désormais dans sa quatrième vie, l'esprit réincarné de Liu Ying, Gu Qing Yan, prend lentement conscience de l'existence de Yu Chi Long Yan et commence à reconnaître sa présence non seulement dans cette vie, mais aussi dans ses vies antérieures. Après avoir attendu trois vies pour être réunis avec son amour, Yu Chi Long Yan et Liu Ying auront-ils enfin la chance de vivre heureux pour toujours ? (Source: Viki) Modifier la traduction

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  • Pays: China
  • Catégorie: Drama
  • Épisodes: 36
  • Diffusé: mai 10, 2021 - mai 31, 2021
  • Diffusé Sur: Lundi, Mardi, Mercredi
  • Station de diffusion initiale: Tencent Video
  • Durée: 35 min.
  • Score: 7.7 (scored by 5,928 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #4569
  • Popularité: #1067
  • Classification du contenu: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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oct. 31, 2021
36 épisodes vus sur 36
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Globalement 9.5
Histoire 9.0
Acting/Cast 9.5
Musique 9.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 9.0

Excellent drama Fantasy

Romance entre un Roi Dragon (Dylan Wang ❤❤❤) et une mortelle, interdite pdt 3 vies. Très beau mais assez douloureux tout au long de la story.
Les acteurs sont géniaux, les décors superbes, les OST très soignées et les effets spéciaux au top. Le couple 2aire est aussi très cute.
Bref, un très bon drama Fantasy, avec ce qu'il faut de Dieux, démons, mortels, punitions divines,etc. Je regrette juste qu'il n'y ait pas de réelle happy end (c'est cohérent avec l'histoire, mais on a tellement souffert avec eux tout au long du drama, qu'on aurait bien mérité une récompense :)

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juin 2, 2021
36 épisodes vus sur 36
Complété 32
Globalement 7.0
Histoire 7.5
Acting/Cast 7.0
Musique 7.5
Degrés de Re-visionnage 6.0

Which asshole wrote this script?

That was the best line in Miss the Dragon, a xianxia that just misses the boat. It is a thought that jumps to mind at various points of the drama. The writer must be someone with both self awareness and a sense of humor. Which you must have plenty of if you choose to watch this because it can be so ridiculous and silly that you almost have to just laugh at it.

The story opens with the injured dragon king Yuchi Longyan rescued by a maid Liu Ying who mistakes him for a common snake. Liu Ying rescues injured animals, including the bird elf Qingqing  while she daydreams about the mythical dragon king. The first arc is largely an amalgamation of the best moments of other hit xianxias, notably TMOPB. When it comes to recycling other drama's memorable moments, it best be either a really clever parody or a vastly superior moment. In this case it is neither. Some of the writer's own original humor is fresh and funny enough they should have just gone with that and focused on fleshing out the main couple and getting us invested in their relationship. Instead, after being vividly reminded of some old favorites, I am left with the impression of two rather blank characters whose shallow infatuation with each other was unlikely to last until supper time, forget several lifetimes.

While Liu Ying does get a tad more interesting with each subsequent lifetime, there is little of substance that survives each incarnation. So it is not clear what Yuchi Longyan is fighting for, what is innately so special about Liu Ying that the dragon king loves so much. Zhu Xudan did a good job essentially playing four different characters but she is wasted in these sappy rather simple roles that any newbie actress can play. As for Wang Hedi, after a delectable opening scene of him emerging scantily clad from the dragon pool, I was left with an indelible impression of an overdressed plank. His portrayal of the dragon king is an impressive study of the art of being bizarrely still and plank like while everything else is moving. At first, I thought he was accidentally sent the script from a botox commercial. Then I started to feel insecure about accidentally hitting pause on my remote. Bottom line, I didn't feel any spark between the leads. Oddly, his interactions with all of the other characters are so much more natural and enjoyable. I rarely comment on the OST and the BGM but in this case I must point out it was good enough to make me tear up much more than was induced by the acting or story during the sad moments.

The idea of a love that transcends lifetimes is very powerful and moving but that concept is much more originally and engagingly explored in the second couple's story. Indeed the love story between the block of burning ice that is Xue Qianxun the master of Luofeng Pavilion and his flighty chirpy little bird elf Qingqing is why I didn't drop this drama. Both characters are better developed and they have understandable motives and goals. Their relationship is so humorous and their chemistry builds so organically that I had to root for them and was intrigued by and impatient to discover their past. I won't spoil it by saying more than that is a wonderful and memorable mini fairytale in and of itself and that is what the focus of this drama could and should have been.

The way the drama ends goes a long way to redeem itself. I really ate up the epic magical battles and even though the villain is quite lame and was obvious to me from the beginning, I like how all the pieces of their scheming is revealed and how it all ties in quite neatly with the plot and the many lives of Liu Ying. I am solidly in the camp of really liking the ending; anyone who knows the legend of Nuwa would not be that surprised by it.  Overall its not a bad watch, it has quite some entertaining moments beyond just laughing at the production. My rating gets a bump up to a 7.0/7.5 due to the wonderful second couple and ending at the climax.

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  • Drama: Yu Long
  • Pays: Chine
  • Épisodes: 36
  • Diffusé: mai 10, 2021 - mai 31, 2021
  • Diffusé On: Lundi, Mardi, Mercredi
  • Station de diffusion initiale: Tencent Video
  • Durée: 35 min.
  • Classification du contenu: 15+ - Adolescents de 15 ans ou plus


  • Score: 7.7 (marqué par 5,928 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #4569
  • Popularité: #1067
  • Téléspectateurs: 15,481

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