A young woman who moves away from the city to get it away from misery finds a life she didn’t expect. After the divorce of her parents, Shen Luo grew up being mistreated by her stepmother and stepbrother. To make a break from her difficult life, she moves out of the city to a small island cottage. One day, Luo finds an injured and unconscious Wu Ju Lan at her doorstep. As Luo nurses Ju Lan back to health, Ju Lan appears to Luo as a man without roots, a job or resources, but she can’t help falling in love with him. Ju Lan uses his mystical powers and intellect to try to make Luo’s life better. But when a nosy neighbor discovers Luo’s prized possession, a magical pearl, what sacrifices will Ju Lan have to make to save Luo’s life?
They had different goals but ended up finding the same thing.
Lu Li (Bea Hayden) is a young woman living in the seaside town of Chang Le during the Tang Dynasty. She has dreams of breaking into the male-only shipbuilding industry, which no woman has done before, and making a name for herself. However, she has to disguise herself as a man in order to pursue her dream career.
Lu Li meets the mysterious Wu Ju Lan (Feng Shao Feng), a merman who has arrived in town with a mission of his own to accomplish. When Lu Li and Ju Lan fall in love, can their relationship withstand the pressures of both their worlds?
“The Starry Night, The Starry Sea Season 2” is a 2017 follow-up to the popular Chinese drama series “The Starry Night, The Starry Sea” (2017). However, the second season is considered a prequel because it takes the story of a woman falling in love with a merman from the modern times of the first season to the Tang Dynasty in the second season. The series is adapted from a novel by the same title by Tony Hua.