Ashes of Love

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Ashes of Love


  • Title: 香蜜沉沉烬如霜 / Xiang Mi Chen Chen Jin Ru Shuang
  • English Title: Ashes of Love
  • Also known as: Heavy Sweetness, Ash-Like Frost
  • Genre: Xianxia, Romance
  • Episodes: 63
  • Broadcast network: Jiangsu TV
  • Broadcast period: 2018-Aug-02 to 2018-Sep-04
  • Air time: Monday to Sunday 19:35
  • Opening theme song: Unsullied (不染) by Mao Bu Yi
  • Ending theme song: Upwards to the moon (左手指月) by Sa Ding Ding (萨顶顶)


Jin Mi is the daughter of a flower deity who is fed a pill that prevents her from feeling or expressing romantic love, and is made the brunt of many jokes when she gets tangled in a love triangle with Heavenly Prince Xu Feng and the ambitious Night Deity Run Yu.

Jin Mi is tricked into thinking her father died at the hands of Xu Feng and kills him, coughing up the magic pill in the process. Xu Feng is revived a decade later as the Demon Lord, and wages war against Run Yu, who has now ascended the throne as Heavenly Emperor. What will Jin Mi when she is caught between a rock and a hard place?


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  • Unsullied (不染) by Mao Bu Yi
  • Upwards to the Moon (左手指月) by Sa Dingding
  • Unparalleled in the World (天地无霜) by Yang Zi and Deng Lun
  • Unparalleled in the World (天地无霜) by Deng Lun (solo version)
  • Love Frost (情霜) by Yang Zi

Production Credits[edit]

  • Original writing: Xiang Mi Chen Chen Jin Ru Shuang (香蜜沉沉烬如霜) by Dian Xian (电线)
  • Director: Zhu Rui Bin
  • Screenwriter: Zhang Yuan Ang
  • Producer: Liu Ning (刘宁)
  • Company: Perfect World Pictures, Omnijoi Media Corporation, Happy Era Media, Kunchi Pictures, Chongqing Shengmei

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