Name: Transmigration: Countryside Scenery Raw Link: http://www.danmeila.com/chongsheng/12881.html NU Link: N/A Why It Should Get Picked Up: The premise is sweet and I just love the development of the couple's relationship. The ML is mute and as a result the MC has to learn to understand his signs. After a point the MC acts like he doesn't understand ML's signs, when he does. The MC transmigrates from the future and as a result is somewhat detached from the going-ons around him. The story itself isn't that serious and the ML's attempts at winning over the MC is sweet. @HesheFell Description: The mc's sister fed him some water, that allows men to get pregnant, and threw our seme (Also drugged, I think) into the same room with him. They do the deed and when the typical cheap CN dad gets home, he's all too happy to kick his son out and marry him off. No good sister spins a tale of our uke and seme being so in love, he wanted to have his child. Song Wei doesn't argue because he is happy to get away from the Song Manor. But he's not open to being with a man either, because he's from the 21st century. The values aren't the same. Shen Jun Xi, the male lead, is actually not just some dirty farmer. He's an accomplished scholar who was on his way to fame until, in the middle of helping his struggling family, he got sick and lost his voice. That was the end of his career, so the rest of the Shen family feels really bad about it. Shen Jun Xi suffers from low self esteem at times and desperately wants Song Wei's love and acceptance.