Welcome to the 19 Days (19 Tian) Wikia! 19天 (Chinese); 19 Dni (Polish) 19 дней (Russian); 19 Ngày (Vietnamese); 19일 (Korean); 19日 (Japanese); 19 Jours (French); 19 Giorni (Italian); 19 Dage(Danish)
This is where you will be able to find information on practically every character! I hope you enjoy!
19 Days (19 Tian) is a comedic Chinese manhua written and illustrated by artist old先 ( Old Xian ) who resides in Hangzhou, China. Some of her other works include Mosspacca Advertising Department, The Specific Heat Capacity of Love, and Xiao Chou Dan Ni (aka Joker Danny).
19 Days, in particular, is a BL webcomic, featuring characters Zhan Zheng Xi (展正希) and Jian Yi (见一) who are childhood friends. Around chapter 140 the sub-story featuring the flirty He Tian (賀天) and reluctant Mo Guanshan (莫关山) began.
When the story starts, both Jian Yi and Zhan Zheng Xi are older, but then they discuss and the story transitions to a memory of them in middle school ( when Jian Yi was popular, and before he disappeared ). Here, the author establishes their strong relationship, personalities, and hilarious misfortune.
The two boys' relationship slowly eases into lighthearted romance instead of friendship. Then there is a love triangle that spins off into a separate romance when a 4th MC is introduced.
In all honesty, if you want fluff, Jian Yi and Zhan Zheng Xi are the way to go. For a more angsty and tension-filled storyline, He Tian and Mo Guan Shan are the perfect pair!
Initially starting off as a 4koma gag series, it eventually develops a progressive plot & back story.
- The Chinese name for the He Tian x Mo Guan Shan pairing is 贺紅 (He Hong) which means "Congratulate Orange" but also translates to "Congratulations." In Japanese, 贺紅 translates into "Flip-Flop."
- The Chinese name for the Jian Yi x Zhan Zheng Xi pairing is 贱炸 (Jian Zha) which translates to "Cheap Fried." In Japanese, 贱炸 translates into "Fire."
- The Chinese name for the He x Jian pairing is 微贱 which can also be translated to "Humble" (Weijian). In Japanese it translates to "Fine."