Legend of YungChing

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Legend of YungChing
Genre Historical drama, Material arts
Created by Chou Lingkang
Written by Shan-si Ting
Directed by Jv Jueliang
Chan Hung-lit
Starring Adam Cheng
Jade Leung
Howie Huang
Tiffany Liu
Chan Hung-lit
Mark Cheng
Country of origin Taiwan
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 59 or 60
Executive producer(s) Liu Wenbin
Producer(s) Chou Lingkang
Cinematography Wu Jiatai
Hu Zhongwei
Bai Weihui
Shao Jinghui
Editor(s) Shan-si Ting
Camera setup Multiple-camera
Running time 45 mins
Production company(s) Fee Tang Production Co.Ltd
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release September 3, 1997 (1997-09-03)
Preceded by Legendary ChienLung (1993)
Followed by Bodyguard (1997)
Legend of Yungching
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 江湖奇俠傳
Simplified Chinese 江湖奇侠传
Vietnamese name
Vietnamese Giang Ho Ky Hiep
Korean name
Hangul 강호기협전
Japanese name
Kanji 江湖奇侠伝

Legend of YungChing is a television series made by Fee Tang Production Co. Ltd and first aired in 1997. It was created by Zhou Lingkang and written by Shan-si Ting. The series covers the years between 1718 and 1755, during the reigns of the Kangxi Emperor, Yongzheng Emperor, and Qianlong Emperor of the Qing Dynasty. The show blends elements of historical drama and wuxia drama.


The assassination of Kangxi during the magnificent "Hunting Exercise of Autumn" sparks off a bloody struggle for the throne. Kangxi orders his fourth son, Prince Yong (Chinese: 雍親王) (Yinzhen), to investigate. Yinzhen disguises himself as a trader in Jiangnan. He meets a famous scholar's daughter named Lu Sisi (Jade Leung) and, after overcoming various obstacles together, they fall in love. The show shows how Yinzhen's scheming and plotting allowed him to finally become the Yongzheng Emperor.


Actor Character
Adam Cheng Yongzheng Emperor
Jade Leung Lv Sisi
Howie Huang Yu Zhuizi
Tiffany Liu Yu Huier
Chan Hung-lit Kangxi Emperor
Mark Cheng Yinsi
Zhou Haodong Yinxiang
Huang Yinxun Yinti
Sally Chen Empress Xiaogong
Shen Mengsheng Yinren
Che Xuan Lv Liuliang
Huang Haibing Nian gengyao
Tie Mengqiu Long Keduo
Chen Yida Li Cai
Zhang Jianli Li Wei

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