Go Princess Go Episode 21-30:HERE
Go Princess Go Episode 31
Determined that Qi Sheng must die in order to keep the 9th Prince safe, Yang Yan wrestles the antidote from Peng Peng's grasp and flings it into a mud hole. With complete disregard for herself, Peng Peng throws herself into the mud hole and after some frantic searching finally lets out a sigh of relief when she finds the antidote bottle.
Already disappointed with Peng Peng's "betrayal", Yang Yan becomes very concerned for the 9th Prince's safety when he sees Qi Sheng and his army out searching for his empress. Telling Peng Peng that he is going to ditch her to go save the 9th Prince, Yang Yan takes off and leaves Peng Peng to face Qi Sheng alone.
Caked in dry mud, Peng Peng reaches out with a shaking hand to touch Qi Sheng and confirms for herself that he is really unharmed. Shoving the bottle in her grasp towards Qi Sheng, Peng Peng mutters "Here is your dumb antidote" then turns to leave...
Only to faint right into Qi Sheng's waiting arms after taking a few steps.
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Tearing up when Qi Sheng assures her that he has never been able to hurt her but has only ever tried to gain her heart, Peng Peng doesn't seem too convinced when Qi Sheng tells her that they should just let the past go.
Rescued by Yang Yan, the 9th Prince's is dismayed to find out from his best friend that Peng Peng has come all this way just to save a "dying" Qi Sheng. Convinced it was foolish for him to think he could gain Peng Peng's heart without the crown, the 9th Prince decides to use Qi Sheng's enemy's hand to accomplish what he failed to do before.
I love how while everyone in the king's tent swoon over Ying Yue's beauty but the 9th Prince's "wind blown beauty" made an even bigger impact.
Go Princess Go Episode 33
His frustration quickly melting off as he stares at Peng Peng's pucker lips, Qi Sheng takes one look at all the snickering soldiers and shyly plants a kiss...on her forehead.
Unwilling to see Qi Sheng caught between two difficult choices, Peng Peng jumps out to declare herself as the empress and taunts the king for being so useless as to use a fake empress as his attacking strategy.
Throwing himself at Peng Peng when the angry king order his archers to start shooting, Qi Sheng falls to the ground with an arrow in his shoulder. Despite the panic that is threatening to overwhelm her as Qi Sheng passes out from his wound, Peng Peng nonetheless has enough presence of mind to stab herself with an arrow in order to convince her own soldiers that it was her and not the emperor that has been hurt.
A tear falling as he finally hears the words he has so desperately waited for, Qi Sheng reaches out his own hand towards Peng Peng even as he orders her to be dragged away.
Jerking awake after fainting right outside of Qi Sheng's door, Peng Peng smiles with relief when a dry voice sounds "Why were you the one fainting when I was the one having the arrow being pulled out of?"
Looking into Peng Peng's smiling face, Qi Sheng continues "You yelled those three words so loudly last night, now everyone in this whole place knows that you love me."
Not shy at all, Peng Peng declares "I do want everyone to know. And you?"
Turning his head towards her, Qi Sheng replies "My heart is happy with you."
Not satisfied, Peng Peng demands "I don't want some old fuzzy language. I want you to tell me you love me."
Wisely obedient, Qi Sheng says "Peng Peng, I love you."
Probably wondering the same thing as Qi Sheng, the 9th Prince sees no way out of the mess he has landed himself in. Yelling bitterly when Yang Yan stops him from committing suicide, the 9th Prince is moved to tears when Yang Yan threatens to kill himself first if the 9th Prince really wants to die. Proving bromance triumphs over everything, the 9th Prince embraces Yang Yan and mutters "you are the only one that didn't betray me. I don't even know how to repay you now."
Nodding, Lu Li assures Peng Peng "I guess what Prince Zhao said was true. In the end, the only person you (Peng Peng) could rely on is the emperor."
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Unaware that Qi Sheng has decided to let them go, the 9th Prince is fed up with the life of a fugitive and decides that the manly thing to do is to turn himself in so everyone that supported him could go back to their lives.
Stumbling back to her palace after drinking with Yang Yan in his cell, Peng Peng assures Qi Sheng that she has no lingering feelings towards the 9th Prince. Puzzled when Peng Peng excuses herself to go to bed, Sheng asks "Aren't you going to ask me what will happen to them?"
Giving Qi Sheng a tired smile, Peng Peng replies "I know you have already decided in your mind."
Standing forlornly in what was once his palace, the 9th Prince is not surprised when Peng Peng shows up. Readily giving the 9th Prince her forgiveness when he apologizes for not thinking about her safety before he leaked the military secrets to the enemy, Peng Peng gives the jade pendent (the one he gave her before) back to him and tell him that neither of them has kept their words.
Silently wishing Peng Peng would come and see him one last time before he is sent on his exile, the 9th Prince waits stubbornly at the palace gate but finally turns away in disappointment.
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Trying her best to explain her thoughts to Qi Sheng, Peng Peng replies "No one should lose control over their emotions when they are facing an emperor. There are certain things that are out of our control. You are an emperor, I am an empress and this whole palace is made up more than just the two of us."
Throwing the country to their poor young son, our two leads proceed to live the life of their dream that promises to last forever...
...until it abruptly ended on the day of Peng Peng's birthday. Waking up to the birthday surprise Qi Sheng has carefully prepared for her, Peng Peng smiles as she runs to the flower heart.
Content to see Peng Peng so happy, Qi Sheng's satisfied expression suddenly turns to one of horror as a sword pierce through Peng Peng right in front of him.
Letting out a yell of agony, Qi Sheng is lost in his memories with Peng Peng as assassins surrounds him and move in for the kill. REALLY? Really show?
Zhang Peng reminisces as he walks and dances among the memories of Peng Peng and Qi Sheng... then nothing. The END!
Go Princess Go Episode 36 Alternate Ending
Qi Sheng and Peng Peng still die together ...but this time, instead of going to the pool Zhang Peng is stumbling around in the hospital calling Qi Sheng's name.
Stopping when he finally sees a familiar figure, Zhang Peng taps the man uncertainly on the shoulder and calls out "Doctor?"
Wha...what? I am completely stunned. I wouldn't rate this ending as the most horrible one I have ever seen but it certainly is not a good one at all. I was so puzzled by the ending that I went and tracked down the novel and was VERY relieved to see that the ending there was a different one.
In the novel, Qi Sheng still got rid of all his wives but then he had a few more babies with Peng Peng. After being together for 20 years, Qi Sheng dies one day after suffering a riding accident. Two month after Qi Sheng's death, Peng Peng is still trying deal with her grief when Prince Zhao suddenly bring a mystery man to cheer her up and it's none other than Qi Sheng! There! A much better ending.
I am assuming some of you guys might be interested in the novel's ending, so I will translate the last chapter soon.
The bizarre ending aside, overall I was really happy with Go Princess Go and considering the fact that it was a web drama, I was especially impress with the show's quality. The hilarious wardrobe, over the top jokes, and most of all, the ridiculous premise some how all came together without taking away from the great...albeit kinda unrealistic love story between our two leads. Anyhow, I probably would've been a lot more upset about the ending but after reading the "real" ending from the novel I can just toss the drama's decision up to the price one has to pay when it comes to dealing with C-dramas.
ps. Go Princess Go had gotten into some hot waters with the Chinese government due to some of its content. As it is, I think the drama writer had to change some of the story's basic premise in order for it to be okay for TV. In the novel, there was never an option for Peng Peng to go back to her old body, but due to some government rules the show had to make it into a dream...thus the whole weird ending.