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Yangxi Palace: Princess Adventures

A determined Qing dynasty princess contends with palace intrigue and a vendetta against her family while navigating the treacherous terrain of romance in this Yangxi Palace sequel. Princess Zhaohua, Daughter of emperor Emperor Qianlong and Noble Consort Ling, Wei Yingluo has been engaged to La Wang Duo Er Ji, a mongolian prince, for five years but her headstrong mentality threatens their marriage as her adoptive sister has her eyes set out for the prince and the princess’ demise. Meeting a imperial guard Fu Kang An, who seems to have a double agenda concerning the Emperor and his wife.


Native Title: 金枝玉叶

  • Also Known As: Jin Zhi Yu Ye
  • Director: Hui Kai Dong
  • Genres: Historical, Romance, Life, Drama
  • Country: China
  • Language: Mandarin
  • Release Date: 31st December 2019
  • Duration: 6 episodes of around 45 minutes.
  •  where to watch: Netflix (search Yangxi palace)


Rain Wang as Princess Zhao Hua
Wang Yu Wei as La Wang Duo Er Ji [Prince]
Xu Xiao Nuo as Si Wan Ge Ge [Adopted daughter of the Emperor]
Wang Yi Zhe asFu Kang An [Er Qing’s son]
Wu Jin Yan as Wei Ying Luo / Consort Ling
Nie Yuan as Emperor Qianlong
Liu En Shang as Li Yu [Head Eunuch]
Wei Yan Kan as Fu Cha Fu Qian [Si Shu, Fu Kang An’s Uncle]





I wasn’t aware of it being a sequal to Story of Yanxi Palace when I started watching Princess Adventures but I needed a change in my likes of Horror movies and Disney classics, when it popped up it reminded me of a drama I had watched before ( Series: The Ghost Bride ) except without all the supernatural stuff and I am actually planning to watch the original series and review that also!

I really liked the episodes and watched about 3 in one setting and was really bummed out when I found out I finished already. I’m really hoping there will be more of this drama. In the beginning you have to get used to the Chinese way of filming. The sounds are exaggerated and it’s obvious they added some sounds but as soon as you get used to that the flow is easy to follow. the last and beforelast episodes however go totally off the natural storyline they had going but it also makes it more interesting to watch because you wonder what will happen next.

Each episode starts with traditional music and the entire series is based in the emperor times of China. I love these types of series a lot and this was absolutely no disappointment. Vibrant colors and a good plot.  Please Netflix give us more!



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