Ghetto Justice II

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Ghetto Justice II
怒火街頭2
Ghettojustice2poster.jpg
Promotional poster
Genre Legal drama
Comedy
Created by Terry Tong
Starring Kevin Cheng
Myolie Wu
Sam Lee
Alex Lam
Raymond Cho
Christine Kuo
JJ Jia
Elena Kong
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 21
Production
Producer(s) Tommy Leung
Joe Chan
Camera setup Multi-camera
Production company(s) TVB
Broadcast
Original channel TVB Jade
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Original run 31 July 2012 – 25 August 2012
Chronology
Preceded by Ghetto Justice (2011)
Ghetto Justice II
Traditional Chinese 怒火街頭2
Simplified Chinese 怒火街头2
Literal meaning "Fury Street Corner 2"

Ghetto Justice II is an Hong Kong modern drama series produced by TVB. It is a sequel to the 2011 hit series Ghetto Justice. This sequel features original cast members Kevin Cheng, Myolie Wu, Sam Lee and Alex Lam with the addition of new cast members Christine Kuo, JJ Jia, Raymond Cho and Elena Kong. Joyce Tang (who played as Tai-Ng Ting) and Eddie Kwan (played as But Chik) didn't reprise their roles in the sequel and was excused off in the series.

Plot[edit]

A year and half has passed since the events of Ghetto Justice; Law Lik-ah (aka LA Law) is released from jail and restarts life back in Sham Shui Po. Certain friends have come and left, but the people of the district still suffer from injustice and both LA and Kris (Myolie Wu) find means to seek justice for the locals.

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Cast Role Description
Kevin Cheng Law Lik Ah (LA)
羅力亞
Barrister
Kris Wong's boyfriend
George Mike's older cousin
Ting Ka Fu's good friend
Sam Lee Ting Ka Fu
丁家富
A social worker and legal advice centre owner
LA and George Mike's good friend
Alex Lam (林子善) George Mike, Jr. (MJ)
米佐治
Solicitor
LA's younger cousin
Ting Ka Fu's good friend
Pursues Grace Ko
JJ Jia Chin Sum Sum
錢心心
Foot masseuse
Immigrant from Sichuan, China
Loves Ting Ka Fu
Raymond Cho Leung Pau Shing
梁包升
Police sergeant
Pursues Grace Ko

The Wong family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Rainbow Ching (程可為) Poon Siu King
潘小瓊
"King Tin Cart Noodle" noodle restaurant owner
Wong Sze Fu, Wong Yik Tim and Wong Sze Yuen's mother
Myolie Wu Wong Sze Fu (Kris)
王思苦
Barrister
LA's girlfriend
Poon Siu King's elder daughter
Wong Yik Tim and Wong Sze Yuen's older sister
Destiny Cheng (鄭瑩瑩) Wong Yik Tim
王憶甜
Poon Siu King's younger daughter
Wong Sze Fu's younger sister
Wong Sze Yuen's older sister
Choi Lik Yiu (蔡曜力) Wong Sze Yuen
王思源
Poon Siu King's younger son
Wong Sze Fu and Wong Yik Tim's younger brother

The Ting family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Chun Wong (秦煌) Ting Fuk Yuen
丁福元
"Fuk Yuen Restaurant" owner
Tam Wing Chau's husband
Ting Ka Fu's father
Ting Chu Wai (丁主惠) Tam Wing Chau
譚詠秋
Ting Fuk Yuen's wife
Ting Ka Fu's mother
Deceased in ep. 18
Sam Lee Ting Ka Fu
丁家富
A social worker and legal advice centre owner
Ho Lei Ching's ex-boyfriend
Chin Sam Sam's boyfriend
Wai Chun Nei's love interest

Other cast[edit]

Cast Role Description
Christine Kuo King Ling Lei (Lynette)
景伶俐
Doctor
LA's ex-wife
King Sing Wong's daughter
Crystal Li (李雪瑩) Ko Nga (Grace)
高雅
George Mike and Leung Pau Shing's

love interest

Stephen Huynh Ching Pok Him (Victor)
程博謙
Barrister
Kris Wong's admirer
King Sing Wong's subordinate
Cheung Kwok Keung (張國強) King Sing Wong
景成皇
Barrister
Chan Yik Fan's lover
Lynette's father
Whitney Hui (許亦妮) Chan Yik Fan
陳亦芬
Tse Lung's lover
Mak Cheung-ching Kau Tai Wai
苟大衞
Landlord
Villain
Celine Ma (馬蹄露) Beauty Lynette's good friend
Eliza Sam (岑麗香)
Paisley Hu Nancy
King Kong (金剛) Chok Man Lynette's admirer
Fung So Bo (馮素波)
Elena Kong (江美儀) Wai Tsan-nei Barrister
Patrick Dunn (鄧梓峰)
Ho Chun Hin (何俊軒) Fai
Uniformed officer
Daniel Kwok (郭卓樺) Uniformed officer
Tong Chun Ming (湯俊明) Uniformed officer
Henry Lee
Timothy Cheng (鄭子誠)
Gogo Cheung (張韋怡) Mei
Legal advice centre worker
Dia Yiu Ming (戴耀明) Landlord Cheung
業主張
Daniel Chau (周志康)

Production[edit]

Filming began on 6 October where a costume fitting and blessing ceremony was held at Studio One Parking Lot of the TVB City in Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong at 12:30PM.[1][2]

Viewership ratings[edit]

The following is a table that includes a list of the total ratings points based on television viewership.

Week Originally Aired Episodes Average Points Peaking Points References
1
30 July - 3 August, 2012
1 — 5
28
[3]
2
6 August – 10 August, 2012
6 — 10
28
[4]
3
13 August – 17 August, 2012
11 — 15
32
4
20 August – 24 August, 2012
16 — 19
31
34
[5]
25 August, 2012
20 — 21
29
32
[6]

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