During the Sung dynasty, Guo Jing and his wife Huang Rong met and adopted an orphaned child Yang Guo who is the son of his former acquaintance. Yang Guo turned out to be an obstinate and ... See full summary »
During the Sung dynasty, Guo Jing and his wife Huang Rong met and adopted an orphaned child Yang Guo who is the son of his former acquaintance. Yang Guo turned out to be an obstinate and mischievous child. Guo Jing sent him to the Quan Zhen School Of Martial Arts where he became the disciple of Xiao Long Nu. As years passed, the master-disciple relationship developed into a lover relationship but the odd couple faced tremendous objection from the rest of the pugilistic world. Written by
This serial's ratings were initially so-so in Singapore, but when it was exported to East Asia, it became a hit in Taiwan and China, where TV stations played reruns immediately after the last episode aired and ratings climbed new highs. See more »
in my view, the best adaptation of the Condor Heroes
There is just that special something in Fann Wong and Chris Lee's eyes whenever they are on screen together that really connotes the everlasting love that the two characters have for each other. although i have seen the old 80s HK version, this one came to me first and just the superb acting in it made me a believer. Fann Wong graces the screen so effortlessly it won over many many fans in China; sure as hell did me. as for chris, how more handsome can you ask for in a male lead? i've been looking for the DVD release of this miniseries but i can't find it. hopefully it is still being made because this series is probably one of my favorites to come out of Asia.
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