9 Arranged Marriage Chinese Dramas To Watch

Arranged Marriage Chinese Dramas right, who doesn’t love them? What makes these arranged marriage Chinese dramas more entertaining is the way the ‘fake couple’ end up falling in love. This list is a list of the recent arranged marriage Chinese dramas are highly recommended. Let’s get into it.

Blooming Days

Blooming Days Chinese drama

Luo Qinglian is content to lead an ordinary life and aspires for a suitor who only has eyes for her, yet is instead forced to marry into the royal family. She discovers her husband He Lianxin is not the heartless and stone-faced noble he presents himself to be, and secretly helps him navigate the treacherous waters, earning his affection and respect in the process.

The Last Immortal

The Last Immortal Chinese drama

The story of A Yin, a diligent Shuining Beast, and Gu Jin, son of the true God whose magic power was sealed. They met each other by accident and embarked on the journey to find Feng Yin’s Immortal Essence. Together with their companions Hong Yi, a fox from the Demon Clan, and Yan Shuang, the Princess from the Eagle Clan, they fight against the odds to achieve their goals.

The Inextricable Destiny

The Inextricable Destiny Chinese drama

The story of He Jiuling, the youngest daughter of General He Liang of the Jialin Kingdom, who studied at Wuhua Mountain of Xuantian Sanren. Her life changes forever when she meets Rong Yu, the chief of the Jialin National Astrology Hall.

Wrong Carriage Right Groom

Wrong Carriage Right Groom

In the affluent city of Yangzhou, in Tang Dynasty China’s Jiangsu Province, powerful parents from the Du and Li clans are planning marriages for their daughters, with the weddings coincidentally slated to take place on the very same day. Du Bing Yan’s intended husband is the sickly Qi Tian Lei, the third son of the Qi family. The Qi hope that marrying Qi Tian Lei off to a beautiful woman will reverse the man’s bad luck, and restore his health.

Lost You Forever

Lost You Forever Chinese drama

Whilst traveling through the wilderness, Hao Ling Princess Xiao Yao experienced all kinds of hardships – losing both her identity and true appearance, she eventually settled in Qing Shui Town, disguised as a man called Wen Xiaoliu and became a doctor. In Qingshui Town, Xiao Yao / Wen Xiaoliu accidentally rescues Tushan Jing, the future leader of the Tu Shan Clan; encounters Xiang Liu, a nine-headed demon and reunites with her cousin, Xi Yan Prince Cang Xuan who had been searching everywhere for her.

The Starry Love

The Starry Love Chinese drama

The story revolves around two princesses in the mortal realm. The elder sister is gentle and kind, and is betrothed to the Immortal tribe as the Heavenly Consort. The younger sister is clever and cunning, and is betrothed to the Demon tribe as the Demon Consort. Due to an unexpected mix up, the two sisters were sent to the wrong clan.

Bride’s Revenge

Bride's Revenge Chinese drama

Ye Qing Lan, the only daughter of the second branch of the Ye family, was framed by the former eldest young master of the Mu family. Then she becomes an unwilling bride to wash away bad luck, which ensues in revenge. From now on, Ye Qing Lan has to fight green tea bitches, scumbags and an evil mother-in-law.


Destined Chinese drama

The story follows Liu Yuru, the daughter of a cloth merchant who suffered from a young age. She is married off to notorious playboy Gu Jiusi, who looks down on her. However, Liu Yuru decides to learn business from Gu’s mother and becomes adept at it. She changes her view of Gu Jiusi and discovers his pure and sincere side.

Intrigue And Love

Intrigue And Love Chinese drama

Li Xi Feng, who entered the palace seeking revenge for her father, was unexpectedly chosen to become a princess and sent to the Tujue to gather military intelligence. Li Xi Feng initially intended to use the power of Khan Ji Lie to avenge her father, but she discovered that Ji Lie’s reason for seeking the marriage alliance was because his elder brother had become a hostage in the Tang Dynasty, and marrying her was just a means to manipulate the Emperor of Tang Dynasty.

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