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Known as the "Peace of Chinese Costumes Comedy", this TV series features imitation, satire and criticism of today's social phenomena through the daily stories of an ancient inn. The overall style is ridiculous and ironic.
For the first time, this TV series was handed over to the ancient plots with popular online buzzwords and various modern hot events. The bold attempts of the writers and directors gave the audience a refreshing experience, which was well received by the young Chinese audience, except for the conservative audience. Because of the large number of dialects used in the play, this is also a reason why viewers outside mainland China have difficulty understanding the effects of their comedy.
The entire TV series is full of positive energy and innovative.
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