Liang Liang had been dead for hundreds of years and hadn’t been reincarnated. In his previous life, he was born into a wealthy family, and his parents had burned enough paper money for him to squander in the afterlife for hundreds of years. Naturally, he didn’t want to be reincarnated and suffer, so he stayed in his luxurious coffin.
Until one day, he went to the newly built public cemetery to hang out and chat. A group of people came and dug up his grave, stuffing a dead person into his coffin.
Liang Liang’s belongings were stolen.
“Well, since they’re lying in the same coffin, it can be considered a joint burial,” said the old Taoist as he stroked his beard.
“The local underworld has officially notified you, Liang Liang, that you’re off the singles’ list.”
Liang Liang didn’t acknowledge the “married life” until Jiang Jiang took out a stack of thick paper money and placed it in front of him.
“What’s this for?” Liang Liang asked cautiously.
Jiang Jiang glanced at his foolish wife and answered calmly, “Betrothal gift.”
Set in a modern background, this is a ghostly tale of marriage before love, where two individuals are reluctantly paired up in a ghost marriage after being dead for many years. It’s a silly and sweet story.
Jiang Jiang × Liang Liang (collectively known as the Jiang Jiang Liang Liang CP).