Adventure of the King

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Adventure of the King
Adventure of the King poster.jpg
Traditional 龍鳳店
Simplified 龙凤店
Mandarin Lóngfèng Diàn
Directed by Chung Shu-kai
Produced by Jimmy Heung
Ying Zi
Written by Tsang Kan-cheung
Chan Man-keung Chan
Lee Si-cheun
Starring Richie Jen
Barbie Hsu
Huo Siyan
Law Kar-ying
Music by Liu Wen
Cinematography Chan Chi-ying
Tony Cheung
Edited by Wenbers Li Tung-Chuen
Yongsheng Film Production Co., LTD
Distributed by Xinyuanye Entertainment Media Co., LTD
Shanghai East Film and Television Issuing Company
Beijing Wuzilong Film and Television Media Co., LTD
China Film Group Corporation
Release dates
  • 19 August 2010 (2010-08-19)
Running time
110 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Mandarin

Adventure of the King is a 2010 Hong Kong historical romantic comedy film directed by Chung Shu-kai and written by Tsang Kan-cheung, Chan Man-keung, and Lee Si-cheun. The film stars Richie Jen, Barbie Hsu, Huo Siyan, and Law Kar-ying.[1] The film premiered in Hong Kong and Mainland China on 19 August 2010.


It tells the love story between Zhengde Emperor and Li Fengjie, during the Ming Dynasty.


The royals[edit]

  • Richie Jen as Zhengde Emperor, the Ming Dynasty Emperor of China between 1505–1521.
  • Huo Siyan as Infanta Chang Ci, Zhengde Emperor's sister.
  • Fu Yiwei as Empress Zhang, Zhengde Emperor's mother.
  • Law Kar-ying as Sima Xi, an official historian of Ming Dynasty.
  • Leung Siu-lung as Chen Zhenzhen, Zhengde Emperor's bodyguard.
  • Zhang Hongbin as Wang Siliang, Zhengde Emperor's imperial physician.
  • Liu Yajin as Xu Fu, Ouchi manager.
  • Wang Yu as Wang Yangming, idealist Neo-Confucian philosopher, official, educationist, calligraphist and general in the Ming dynasty.
  • Bai Qing as Tangshi Zhongxia, a member of Jinyiwei.
  • Chen Zhihui as Kuang Ye.
  • Ji Shan as The princess of Shengping Country.
  • Fung Hark-on as the robber.
  • Cui Jian as the eunuch.

Faction of Zhu Chenhao[edit]

  • Lin Wei as Zhu Chenhao, a member of Ming Dynasty's Royal Family.
  • Wu Ma as Ma Duofu, a worker under Zhu Chenhao.
  • He Yunwei as Private Adviser Ji, Zhu Chenhao's counsellor.

Member of Longfeng Restaurant[edit]

  • Barbie Hsu as Li Fengjie, the boss of Longfeng Restaurant.
  • Chiu Chi-ling as Laogui, the cook of Longfeng Restaurant.
  • Pan Changjiang as Li Xiaochong, Li Fengjie's elder brother.[2]
  • Miumiu Gong as Miao Miao, a worker of Longfeng Restaurant.

Guest star[edit]


  • Richie Jen - My Sweetheart.
  • Richie Jen - Everlasting Love


This film took place in Hengdian World Studios, Zhejiang.[5]


On 12 August 2010, Chung Shu Kai, Richie Jen, Huo Siyan and Barbie Hsu attended the Press Conference in Guangzhou, and it was released in 19 August 2010.[6]

Critical response[edit]

The film received negative reviews.[7][8][9]


  1. ^ "任贤齐、大S"龙凤店"明日爆笑开张" (in Chinese). 163.COM. Retrieved 2010-8.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  2. ^ "潘长江《龙凤店》摆乌龙 成大S哥哥坦言很幸福" (in Chinese). Retrieved 2010-08-30. 
  3. ^ 黄晓明《龙凤店》装傻开赌玩骗术 (in Chinese). Sina. Retrieved 2010-09-09. 
  4. ^ "大S拍《龙凤店》不爱任贤齐 想与黄晓明演情侣" (in Chinese). Sina. Retrieved 2010-8.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  5. ^ "《龙凤店》开机 大S:戏比凤姐更雷" (in Chinese). Hunan People. Retrieved 2010-04-02. 
  6. ^ "《龙凤店》亮相广州 任贤齐左拥右抱大S霍思燕" (in Chinese). 163.COM. Retrieved 2010-8.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  7. ^ 《龙凤店》被评最具烂片相 任贤齐:不好看退钱 (in Chinese). Retrieved 2013-7.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  8. ^ 任贤齐 观众喊你吞麦克风《龙凤店》"嚼头"不够 (in Chinese). Xinhuanet. Retrieved 2010-8.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  9. ^ 任贤齐:《龙凤店》不好看找我退钱 (in Chinese). 163.COM. Retrieved 2010-8.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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