She went back in time, and Feng Yuheng, genius in both Western and Chinese medicine, became an abused legitimate daughter in the shun dynasty. But you want to kill me? I'll stab you with my scalpel and make you unable to move your lower body? You want to fight against me? I have an apothecary with me, and both fame and money are in my hands. even the emperor wants to form close ties with me! But what’s with this marriage contract? a disfigured, lame person just flirted with me, and he even wants me to conquer the world with him? Are you off your rockers, you hooligan of a prince?
Source: Bilibili Comics
The novel is amazing. The manga pales in comparison and I can't even read it since it lacks so much information and character development. If you started reading it, switch to the novel. The story is clearer and it is also way past where the manga is.
I almost agree with the previous review. by the fact that (one), art is not exceptional but also its unique and have a historical charm that I love. (two) the story I find it very interesting and quite realistic about respecting Chinese imperial traditions. the strong FL is also quite enjoyable to read. (three) All characters are very well written and unique In summary I recommend that you read manhwa first to be able to soak up the universe and the characters visually then switch to the novel which really contains more Information and who are so much ahead of the manhwa.
This manhua represents well what I don't like about historical shoujo isekai stories. Although I love that setting because it's so rich culturally, it never fails to fall short when it comes to delivering good content. This particular manhua starts out pretty strong. The MC is smart, wicked and somewhat ruthless. The second characters are also not bad in their own for the most part. But I would give this 5 or 6 out of 10 for inconsistencies and nonsensical scenarios. The shoujo part quickly overtook everything else and we went from strong military ops agent with good medicinal skills to weak girl crying in a prince's arms. I remember dropping it once then coming back 2 years later. If you can overlook the really annoying parts where she plays lovey dovey it stays a good manhua. Most people will like the romance aspect anyway so that's not a real setback per se. It's just whenever the setting is X is a former elite whatever and then becomes weak, stupid, shy or anything detrimental to the character, it quickly becomes boring. I am currently up to date at 442 chapters. I will keep reading because I've invested too much time in it. I don't know if I could recommend it. It's not really that bad but yet not that good either. Read at your own risk.
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