Sugar Baby’s Review Corner: Song of The Moon

Song of The Moon

Genre: Romance, Wuxia, Drama, Fantasy
Origin: China
Episodes: 40
Air-date: Dec 15, 2022 – Jan 10, 2023
Starring: Vin Zhang as Lu Li/Luo Ge, Xu Lu as Liu Shao, Wang You Shuo as He Na, Zheng He Hui Zi as Luo Ning, Riley Wang as A Fu Jun

Young Liu Shao meets a mysterious man with whom she exchanges her future for three full days of happiness. Initially, she has led the carefree life of an heiress until she became embroiled in the battle between the immortals and the demons. Her involvement leads to the unravelling of several romantic entanglements between herself and Lu Li, the cloaked immortal shrouded in mystery.


Yes, I will watch anything with my man in it. Come on now, did you ever doubt me? There wasn’t a Romance of The Little Forest review posted on here, but best believe I watched it and I quite liked it. Call me a Vin Zhang dick rider until the end of days, I don’t give a fuck. That is my man and I am going to stand by him!

For some reason when I went into this drama, I thought it was going to be a three worlds, three lives kinda drama and so when our couple was like in love by episode 11, I was like okay now it’s on to phase two. Except Liu Shao never graduated from her mortal self until the very end, so really she put in the work to fall in love with this man each and every time. This story was very heartwarming but also heart aching? The women got fridged a lot. Like, a bit too much if you ask me. I was humored by the fact that this show didn’t have any mermaids, yet we saw an underwater Kingdom and everything which Blue Whisper could not relate to. Speaking of water, why was it that every time someone fell into water they were still dry as fuck?

Additionally what humored me was how comically bad at acting Riley Wang was? Like ohmygod, it was actually quite painful at times to watch him. The other cast members were acting dowwwwwnn and mans was giving absolutely nothing. When Luo Ning died I was taken out of the scene every time the camera panned to him. I couldn’t help but wonder if they screen tested him at all. Thankfully, there were two versions of the ending and in the one that my copodcaster and I prefer, A Fu, died as was deserved. What an annoying ass prick.

I waited too long to write this review that I can’t possibly cover every single thought on this drama anymore. With that being said, I really enjoyed this one guys. I was obsessed with the cinematography and the chemistry amongst the cast. The visual effects were stunning even if the wigs weren’t. I would rewatch for sure and I do recommend. I JUST WISH WE HAD MORE KISSES. STOP WASTING HIS LIPS DAMMIT.

Story: 8.5/10
Acting: 9/10
Music: 8/10
Rewatch Value: 8/10
Overall: 9/10

Published by Unbothered Unnies

A couple of ladies who love to express their opinions from anything and everything. That includes shows and music and anything in between. This blog is dedicated to our love and appreciation for Asian entertainment and culture.

One thought on “Sugar Baby’s Review Corner: Song of The Moon

  1. Vin Zhang is legit big everywhere. Not a bad dick to ride. seriously, there is always something erotic about this man that’s lacking in more popular MLs

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