I think I'll just label this series as a historical. But it's more like a hybrid of Kung-Fu, historical, and soap drama. The series debuted in 2014, and compared to the heydays of Taiwanese/Hokkien series back in early 2000, the mainstream Taiwanese/Hokkien series have become low quality with long hours of recycled plots on all weekdays, in three to four hundred plus episodes. The Dragon Dance series tried to bring in some freshness, and while it did well, eventually they seemed to go back to the path of daily soap and I guess the production costs or some other reasons took their toll, and the series ended with 205 episodes.
(Seriously, if a series is broadcasted 2.5 hrs/day, 5 days/week, with hundreds of episodes, and not to mention that they're often plotted on site, even the most talented team would be milked dry.)