The Legend of Brown Sugar Chivalries

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The Legend of Brown Sugar Chivalries (黑糖群俠傳)
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Genre Wuxia, School, Comedy, Drama, Romance
Starring Wang Chi
Hsiao Hsun
A-Wei
Ya Tou
Hsiao Man
MeiMei
A-Ben
Hsiao Yu
Hsiao Ma
Yeun Fei
Hsiao Chieh
Opening theme The Sutra Chamber (藏經閣) by Lollipop
Ending theme Sorry (對不起) by Wang Chi (1-6)
Secret Base (秘密基地) by Lollipop (7-13)
Country of origin Republic of China (Taiwan)
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 13
Production
Location(s) Taipei
Running time approx. 70 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Star TV
Original run July 26, 2008 – October 18, 2008
Chronology
Preceded by Brown Sugar Macchiato (黑糖瑪奇朵)
Brown Sugar Come
External links
[Official homepage Website]

The Legend of Brown Sugar Chivalries, alias Kungfu Macchiato, (Chinese: 黑糖群俠傳; pinyin: Hēi Táng Qùn Xia Zhuan) is a Taiwanese television drama series, broadcast by Star TV in 2008. This show features most members from the Taiwanese music bands, Lollipop, Hey Girl and Choc7.

The characters are mostly based on the stories of Chin Yong (金庸) and Ku Lung (古龍).

Synopsis[edit]

This story incorporates the themes of modern Wuxia (Chinese martial arts).

In the world of martial arts, there have been legends of many powerful warriors. The strongest to ever walk the Earth are West Side Principal, Chou Da Tong, Tian Shan Tong Lao, and the villain Tong Fang Bu Bai, who engaged in a sex change in order to enhance his martial arts skills.

Right now, the four martial arts schools and the world are facing the danger posed by Tong Fang Bu Bai. The principal of West Side School gathers the best students from all four schools in hopes to train them into powerful warriors so they can fight against the enemy and restore peace to the world.

On one occasion, their best student, Ling Hu Cong, encounters the enemy and loses all of his martial skills during the attack. Furthermore, his girlfriend has a change of heart after spending time with the kind-hearted student, Kuo Ching. Ling Hu Cong's cuckolding becomes a distraction and prevents everyone on the team to focus.[1]

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Guest appearances[edit]

Additional Cast[edit]

  • Eric Ma as Jen Han Tian (任撼天) [Jen Ying Ying's Father]
  • Tan Hsiao Lan 譚筱嵐as Jen Ying Ying's mother (任母)
  • Hsiao Chieh (from Lollipop) as Ronaldo [羅納度] (ep.13)
  • Wei Lian (from Lollipop) as Beckham [貝克漢] (ep.13)
  • Da Ya (from Hey Girl) as Guardian of Cult [邪教護法] (ep.13)
  • Gui Gui (from Hey Girl) as Guardian of Cult [邪教護法] (ep.13)
  • Apple (from Hey Girl) as Guardian of Cult [邪教護法] (ep.13)

Soundtrack[edit]

The Legend of Brown Sugar Chivalries
Soundtrack album by Lollipop and Hey Girl
Released October 6, 2008
Genre Mandopop
Language Mandarin
Label EMI Music

The Legend of Brown Sugar Chivalries OST (黑糖群俠傳電視原聲帶) was released on October 6, 2008 by Lollipop and Hey Girl under EMI Music.[2] It contains sixteen songs, in which twelve songs are various instrumental versions of the four original songs. The album also includes a DVD. The opening theme song is "The Sutra Chamber" by Lollipop, while the ending theme song is by Wang Chi entitled "Sorry".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "The Sutra Chamber" (藏經閣 Cang Jin Ge) Lollipop  
2. "Sorry" (對不起 Dui Bu Qi) Wang Chi  
3. "Secret Base" (秘密基地 Mi Mi Ji Di) Lollipop  
4. "Dear Baby"   Lollipop (Hsiao Yu+A-Wei+Wang Chi) and Hey Girl (Ya Tou+Hsiao Hsun+Hsiao Man)  
5. "As Long As You Remember" (只要你還記得) Hsiao Yu  
6. "Go In The Sutra Chamber" (衝進藏經閣) inst.  
7. "Autumn From The Sutra Chamber" (藏經閣之秋) inst.  
8. "It's Very Sorry" (真的很抱歉) inst.  
9. "Sorry Amusement Park" (Sorry遊樂園) inst.  
10. "I Am Not Deliberately" (我不是故意的) inst.  
11. "Our Base"   inst.  
12. "Go On Next Place" (前往下一站) inst.  
13. "Dear Honey Baby"   inst.  
14. "Pizzicato Baby"   inst.  
15. "Remember The Journey Of That Year?" (記得那年的旅行嗎?) inst.  
16. "I Won't Forget" (我不會忘記) inst.  

Production credits[edit]

  • Producer: Ko I Chin
  • Director: Yu Hua Kuen / Ko Han Chen
  • Screenwriter: Fang I Te / Tsao Ching Ya

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