Airing April 7th: Feng Shao Feng’s The Imperial Age and He Rui Xian’s Delicacies Destiny

Do you miss Cheng Yi in royal robes? Do you crave more foodie-themed dramas? Lol.

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=======> ♦ The Imperial Age (山河月明) follows the story of Zhu Di, Zhu Yuan Zhang’s fourth son, who later became Yongle Emperor, the third Emperor of the Ming dynasty, reigning from 1402 to 1424. Younger version played by Cheng Yi and older version played by Feng Shao Feng.

=======> ♦ Yumama’s Delicacies Destiny (珍馐记) with He Rui Xian and Wang Xing Yue is a food-themed period rom-com which also premiered on Disney+!

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  1. 3 thoughts on “Airing April 7th: Feng Shao Feng’s The Imperial Age and He Rui Xian’s Delicacies Destiny

    Thanks for the updates! Is 珍馐记 a spin off of 尚食? I just saw He Ruixian in 尚食 and she’s back again as the Royal Chef…? If I have time I may check this out since she was really good in 尚食…

    Feng Shaofeng’s drama looks badass too, so I’ll have to keep an eye out for this one!

    I’m too busy with Blue Whisper at the moment — Dilraba once again being the epic beautiful Goddess-like badass and really leading the drama so well. Very good fantasy drama with good story, great characters, impressive acting, nice special effects and epic music!

    • 3 thoughts on “Airing April 7th: Feng Shao Feng’s The Imperial Age and He Rui Xian’s Delicacies Destiny

      I don’t believe it’s a spin-off, Anon. But they are both under Yu Zheng, hence the familiarity in faces, costumes, and theme. Lol!

      • 3 thoughts on “Airing April 7th: Feng Shao Feng’s The Imperial Age and He Rui Xian’s Delicacies Destiny

        Haha thanks Kappy, that makes a lot of sense. I watched a few eps and it is quite similar to 尚食, but 珍馐记 is a more entertaining. 尚食 actors were great, but the script was bad and a lot of it didn’t make sense. 珍馐记 has a better story so far… I can’t say much yet because I learned to have low expectations when it’s Yu Zheng…

What do you think?