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Qing Ming and Bo Ya were two of the spell masters serving in the royal court. They were summoned along with two other spell masters to deal the forewarned awakening of the Demon Serpent Spirit. However, as they witnessed suspicious deaths during their stay, they were convinced that a conspiracy awaited in the dark.
Despite their differences of approaches to the case, they slowly argued their way to an immense brotherly trust and dependence on each other. This mutual understanding also helped each other at the most desperate times of needs.
On the other hand, the Demon Serpent Spirit’s owner had other plans….
To be honest, I am not familiar with this type of character. I discovered that Qing Ming was based on a real historical figure!
“Abe no Seimei (, February 21, 921 A.D. – October 31, 1005) was an onmyōji, a leading specialist of onmyōdō (adviser to the Emperor on the spiritually correct way to deal with issues) during the middle of the Heian period in Japan. In addition to his prominence in history, he is a legendary figure in Japanese folklore and has been portrayed in a number of stories and films.
The Seimei Shrine, located in Kyoto, is a popular shrine dedicated to him. The Abeno train station and district, in Osaka, are sometimes said to be named after him, as it is one of the locations where legends place his birth.” —- Wikipedia
I enjoyed watching the teasing and rivalry of both Qing Ming and Bo Ya. The CGI was decent along with the costumes. The storyline was quite straightforward with a couple twists.
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