Shangguan Wan'er (TV series)

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Shangguan Wan'er
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DVD cover art
Genre Historical drama
Written by Ning Yegao
Ning Yelong
Ning Yun
Fang Tianmin
Directed by Gong Yiqun
Liu Guonan
Wang Haoying
Presented by Cui Qiang
Cui Yiping
Liu Yanming
Starring Ruan Danning
Huang Haibing
Zhang Qing
Theme music composer Fu Zhang
Opening theme Ren Shijian (人世间) performed by Tu Meihua
Ending theme Mengxing (梦醒) performed by Li Hong
Composer(s) Fu Zhang
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 30
Production
Executive producer(s) Li Peisen
Wang Qiu
Ma Runsheng
Qiu Zhijun
Zhang Haibo
Producer(s) Zeng Rihua
Zheng Suixu
Qu Chenggen
Wang Ning
Location(s) China
Cinematography Du Xiaosi
Wang Weidong
Running time 48 minutes per episode
Production company(s) 1. Phoenix Television
2. China International Television Corporation
3. Hairun International Commercials
Release
First shown in 1998
Shangguan Wan'er
Traditional Chinese 上官婉兒
Simplified Chinese 上官婉儿

Shangguan Wan'er is a Chinese television series based on the life of Shangguan Wan'er, a female official in the court of Wu Zetian, the only female emperor in Chinese history. Starring Ruan Danning as the titular character, the series was first aired in mainland China in December 1998. The series was broadcast again in March 2003 on Sichuan Satellite TV.[1]

Cast[edit]

List of songs[edit]

  • Ren Shijian (人世间), the opening theme song, performed by Tu Meihua
  • Mengxing (梦醒), the ending theme song, performed by Li Hong
  • Tongxin Jie (同心结), insert song, performed by Xiao Chanjuan
  • Tong Shi Tianya Lunluo Ren (同是天涯沦落人), insert song, performed by Tu Meihua

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