Queen of Qing Qiu, Bai Feng Jiu (Dilraba Dilmurat) is the only known nine-tailed fox in the world. As such, she grew up pampered by those around her but it was only in front of those she truly loved that she showed her more spoiled side. To the people over which she ruled, she was a strong, brave woman and a good queen. One day, while seeking cultivation in the mountains, Feng Jui is attacked by a savage beast. Caught in a precarious situation, Feng Jui is saved by the sudden appearance of the unifier of worlds and Emperor of Heaven, Dong Hua (Vengo Gao). Grateful to the Heavenly Emperor and feeling she owes him a great debt, Feng Jiu accompanies Dong Hua on his quest to fight the rebelling Demon Lord. As the two spend more time together, Feng Jiu begins to realize her gratitude towards Dong Hua has slowly changed to love. Unfortunately for her, Dong Hua is long forgotten what love is but that doesn’t mean all hope is lost. Everyone knows even the coldest of hearts can melt with time but will countless lifetimes really be enough to bring these two hearts together? Based on the novel of the same name by Tangqi Gongzi and the sequel to the popular 2017 drama, "Eternal Love", “Three Lives, Three Worlds, The Pillow Book” is a 2020 fantasy romance drama directed by Chu Yui Bun.