The show tells the story of intrigue and espionage during Japanese occupation of Northeast China in 1935. The events evolve in a luxury hotel, the "Peace Hotel" in 10 days time, during which the hotel guests, all of them representing different interests and have there own agendas, have been sequestered.
- imDb Rating: 7.9 (14 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
The play tells the story of the Japanese occupation of Northeast China in 1935. The civil patriarch Wang Daitou and returned overseas Chinese Dr. Chen Jiaying penetrated the enemy and destroyed the Japanese bacteria laboratory.
- Rated: N/A
- Released: 25 Jan 2018
- Runtime: N/A
- Genre: Crime, Drama
- Director: N/A
- Writer: N/A
- Actors: Karl Dominik, Jiayin Lei, Shu Chen, Guangjie Li
- Language: Chinese
- Country: China
- Awards: N/A
- Total Seasons: 1
Episode 1x38; Feb 14, 2018
1x38: Episode 38
1x37: Episode 37
1x36: Episode 36
1x35: Episode 35
1x34: Episode 34
1x33: Episode 33
1x32: Episode 32
1x31: Episode 31
1x30: Episode 30
Chen Shu as Chen Jia Ying
Lei Jia Yin as Wang Da Ding
Li Guang Jie as Dou Shi Xiao
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