Ngo wo geun see yau gor yue wui (1998– )

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Fong, a Chinese rebel, and K. Yamamoto, a Japanese major, have been enemies since World War II. Both of them were bitten by the Vampire king and became immortal. Their fight continues in modern Hong Kong.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Alice Chan ...
 Miusin
Kenneth Chan ...
 Kazuo Yamamoto
Pinky Cheung ...
 Mirai Yamamoto
Philip Keung ...
 Ko Bo
Shek Yin Lau ...
 Buddha
Yau-wai Lui ...
 Auyueng Kaka
Yee-Man Man ...
 Ma Siu-ling / ...
Ting Yip Ng ...
 Ken
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 Kum Chen-chong
Tin-chiu Wan ...
 Fong Tin-yau
Shu Tong Wong ...
 Ho ying-kau
Kristy Yang ...
 Wong Cheng-cheng / ...
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Fong, a Chinese rebel, and K. Yamamoto, a Japanese major, have been enemies since World War II. Both of them were bitten by the Vampire king and became immortal. Their fight continues in modern Hong Kong.

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My Date with a Vampire  »

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It's all about love~ L-O-V-E-
7 December 2009 | by (Beijing, China) – See all my reviews

Absolutely the best Chinese/HongKong/Taiwanese fantastic TV drama! The characters are so well developed. Everyone's performance was perfect, even for those who only appear in one or two episodes.

The story is fantastic and flying in the air but still deep in many ways. There's a lot of thinking about traditional Chinese philosophy, Buddism, etc. There's also moving scripts about courage, being yourself and facing the destiny.

Just as said in the story that "Love is the ultimate source of vampires' power", love is the central theme of the series. From every little piece throughout the whole series, you will see love between friends, family members, teachers and students, and of course couples. The emotion in these pieces is actually more believable and touching than a lot of movies/TV dramas with "realistic background stories".

Believe me, after watching this series, you'll feel very warm in heart and you'll have two more added to your favorite fictional characters list.


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