Lost Love In Times drops more stills and behind-the-scenes goodies

Love how they divided the stills into boys and girls. Lol. But just filling in the names are tiring enough!

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Synopsis Written by Kappy (I only skimmed some chapters of the novel): When I say a rehash of Bu Bu Jing Xin, I’m serious! After being betrayed by her modern boyfriend, our heart-broken heroine (Liu Shi Shi) time-travels to the past by accidentally activating the power behind some magical stones. She enters the body of a dying sorceress in a river. The interesting tidbit here that I wish they would keep is the short exchange of the two souls. We almost never deal with what happens to the soul of the original body; where did it go? Did it die? The sorceress has a heart condition and was gonna die anyway. But I guess they won’t since time-traveling is a no-no these days. Afterwards, she runs into some thieves and is saved by two men. One of the men is 4th Prince, played by William Chan. Our male lead is known as the scheming God of War, cold and quiet. The other guy is 11th Prince and our heroine uses her medical skills to dress 4th Prince’s injuries. Turns out the sorceress belongs to a secret organization tasked with protecting the royal family. Her using dark magic is a source of conflict down the line, with officials against the idea of a King marrying a woman with a precarious, not-so-clean nature/practice. The second male lead is 7th Prince played by Joe Xu Hai Qiao (Hua Qian Gu).

New Stills:

Liu Shi Shi.

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What in the world. They searched around and found a dead spider skeleton to decorate Han Xue’s head. O_O

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Xu Mu Chan.

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Liu Ying Lun.

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Ma Chun Rui.

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Tang Jing Mei.

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Huang Meng Ying.

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Zeng Li.

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Fang Xiao Li.

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Li Cheng Yuan.

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The boys, starting with William Chan.

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Joe Xu.

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Jackal Gao Yi Qing.

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Simon Gong Jun.

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Ryan Zhang He.

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Ji Chen.

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Xu Jia Wei.

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Liu Yi Jun.

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Production Videos:

Poster Shooting.

Liu Shi Shi’s Action BTS.

William Chan’s BTS.

Directed by Lin Yu Fen (Hua Qian Gu) and written by Rao Jun (Hua Qian Gu), Shi Si Ye (author), Chen Wen Juan, and Dong Xin Ru, Lost Love in Times has 54 episodes and with a release date on July 14th.

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  1. 8 thoughts on “Lost Love In Times drops more stills and behind-the-scenes goodies

    the designers have gone bonkers to conjure up such bizarre hair accessories.

  2. 8 thoughts on “Lost Love In Times drops more stills and behind-the-scenes goodies

    Hi! This is off topic, but I got to ask this because it’s been bothering me since forever….what is the corridor shown 4th picture starting from the men’s? I’ve seen it in basically every chinese dramas involving the palace. I believe it is in the opening scene of Legend of Lu Zhen. Is it the entrance/gateway to the palace?

    Thanks!!

    • 8 thoughts on “Lost Love In Times drops more stills and behind-the-scenes goodies

      The palace has many gates. Only the King can use the main gate I think. The corridor probably leads to one of the smaller gates e.g. west gate, east gate, south gate, etc

  3. 8 thoughts on “Lost Love In Times drops more stills and behind-the-scenes goodies

    Very nice cant wait is Ji Chen the actor who was in Nirvana In Fire he favors Prince Jing’s big brother dead Crown Prince Qi

  4. 8 thoughts on “Lost Love In Times drops more stills and behind-the-scenes goodies

    Ever since I was a young girl, I’ve always marveled at scenes in ancient dramas where girls would descend from the air onto the ground while their long and flowy costumes billowed out and around them. I think the first time I saw something like that was in the 1999 Romance of the White Haired Maiden (excellent series might I add!) when Jiang Qin Qin first flew down onto the carriage of a court official. Shi Shi’s BTS clip reminded me of that and I can’t wait to see more of those scenes *o*

    • 8 thoughts on “Lost Love In Times drops more stills and behind-the-scenes goodies

      The closest thing I did to flying down like Shi Shi was hopping off the monkey bar wrapped with my parents’ colorful bed-sheet covers. The asian ones with phoenixes and peacocks all around. Lol.

      • 8 thoughts on “Lost Love In Times drops more stills and behind-the-scenes goodies

        I never even thought of trying to emulate that when I was younger but 7 year old me would have joined you had I been there 😀

  5. 8 thoughts on “Lost Love In Times drops more stills and behind-the-scenes goodies

    I can’t wait. Shi shi’s action scenes are 😮😍

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