Ashes Of Love Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Story, And Much More!

Ashes of Love is a 2018 Chinese tv series premised on Dian Xian’s novel Heavy Sweetness, Ash-like Frost. Yang Zi and Deng Lun play the lead positions. The series debuted on Jiangsu TV. Ashes of love have received over 15 billion views as of January 2019.

Ashes Of Love Season 2 Release Date

The Ashes Of Love Season 2 Has not yet been announced and might be released by the end of 2022.As of now there is no Official announcements from the makers This is the second season of the Ashes of Love and will concentrate on the tale of the children of the first season’s protagonists.

Season Release Date
Ashes Of Love Season 1 Release Date2 August 2018
Ashes Of Love Season 2 Release DateTo be Announced
Ashes of Love Season 2 Release Date

Ashes Of Love Season 1 Recap

Ashes Of Love Season 2 Release Date

Zifen, the Flower Deity, dies shortly after the birth of her daughter, Jinmi. She predicted that her daughter would face a major love trial within just ten thousand years of her life. As a result, before she dies, she bestows on Jinmi a magical pellet that precludes her from experiencing or being able to express romantic love. Jinmi reaches adulthood as a low-level immortal in the Flower Realm. Her tranquil life is shattered when she meets the Fire Deity, Xufeng, who chooses to live in the Heavenly Realm. Jinmi meets Xufeng’s half-brother, the Night Deity Runyu, after convincing him to take her to the Heavenly Realm. She also confronts Princess Sui He, a close ally of Xufeng’s mother, the Holy Empress, and Sui He thinks she will marry Xufeng one day.

Jinmi piques the interest of both Xufeng and Runyu, and as a result of the pellet, Jinmi becomes unwittingly involved in a love triangle between the two brothers, who grow to be rivals as a result of Jinmi and the Holy Empress’s machinations. She also discovers her true identity as the daughter of the late Flower Deity and the current Water Deity.


She is eventually duped by Runyu into believing her father died at the hands of Xufeng, and she murders him, throwing up the magical pellet as a result. Xufeng is reborn in the Demon Realm later on. Soon dubbed the “New Demon King,” he declares war against Runyu, who has ascended the throne as Heavenly Emperor and chooses to make Jinmi Holy Empress.

Sui He, who accompanied Xufeng to the Demon realm, dupes Xufeng into wanting to marry her so that she can become Demon Queen, but she is vanquished when Xufeng finds out the truth about his rebirth. A final confrontation is about to begin, with a sword fight to the death between Runyu and Xufeng. Jinmi, in order to prevent the loss of innocent civilians, eventually surrenders herself in order to end the war and restore peace and unity.

Ashes Of Love Season 2 Release Date

In the wake, Xufeng feverishly traverses the six realms in quest of Jinmi’s soul. His quest is fruitless for 3 years until he uncovers Jinmi was, in actuality, a teardrop in his eye. Xufeng decides to stand in line for Jinmi after acknowledging that she will be resurrected one day. Five hundred years have passed. Jinmi is reincarnated in the Mortal Realm alongside her father. Xufeng appears in his phoenix form on the day of her planned wedding and reunites with Jinmi, who has managed to retain her memories. They decide to elope.

Liuying works seven years later to usher in a new era of prosperity in the Demon Realm. Suihe, driven insane by her destruction, wanders the Demon Realm’s periphery. She lurches into the very same cave where she once tried to throw the old Demon King’s sons when they disrespected her after mistaking an entrance for the Holy Empress’ throne. As a result, one of the surviving sons ate her alive. Runyu is the sole ruler of the Heavenly Realm as Celestial Emperor. He informs his devoted servant Kuanglu of this. She rekindles her promise to be by his side at all times. Jinmi and Xufeng live a stress-free life in the Mortal Realm and have a son who understands and boldly tells his parents’ story.

Ashes Of Love Cast

The main cast includes Yang Zi as Jinmi, Luo Yunxi as Runyu (The Night Deity is the Heavenly Realm’s oldest prince. He is a delicate and serene individual who never tends to make a move unless he is certain about the outcome. Ever since his birth mother died, he confiscates the throne. His true appearance is that of a dragon.) and Deng Lun as Xufeng (2nd prince of the Heavenly Realm). Wang Yifei as Suihe, Zou Tingwei as Qiyuan and Chen Yuqi as Liuying.