The Legend of Chu Liuxiang (2012 TV series)

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The Legend of Chu Liuxiang
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Promotional poster
Also known as Chu Liuxiang Xin Zhuan
Genre Wuxia, adventure, romance
Written by Gu Long (original story)
Zhang Xiaogang
Directed by Aman Chang
Presented by Dong Yongxiang
Xiaohui
Starring Ken Chang
Louis Fan
Xia Qing
Jin Qiaoqiao
Li Xin
Shi Lan
Shu Yaoxuan
Dai Chunrong
Zhao Yue
Tong Fan
Theme music composer Bei Hesan, Lai Weifeng, Cui Yan
Feng Yanzhong
Hao Yigang
Opening theme Xiangshuai Chuanqi (香帅传奇) performed by Ken Chang and Cui Zige
Ending theme 1. Pengyou Duishou (朋友对手) performed by Ken Chang and Louis Fan
2. Meiren Xiang (美人香) performed by Evonne Hsu
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 40
Production
Executive producer(s) Jin Hongyue
Ken Chang
Xiaohui
Producer(s) Wang Chuangli
Xiaohui
Location(s) Water Margin Film City, Dongping County, Shandong Province, China
Cinematography Fan Qinyue
Tao Zhengyang
Editor(s) Su Tian'en
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) 1. Qingdao Haihuang Culture Media
Tianjin Municipality Culture Arts Media Publishing House
Distributor Qingdao Haihuang Culture Media
Release
Original network ChingTV (South Korea)
First shown in 14 June 2012
Chronology
Related shows The Legend of Chu Liuxiang (2007)
Website www.ttv.com.tw/drama13/ChorLauHeung/index.htm
The Legend of Chu Liuxiang
Traditional Chinese 楚留香新傳
Simplified Chinese 楚留香新传
Literal meaning New Legend of Chu Liuxiang

The Legend of Chu Liuxiang is a Chinese television series directed by Aman Chang, starring Taiwanese actor-singer Ken Chang as the protagonist Chu Liuxiang from the wuxia novel series Chu Liuxiang Series by Gu Long. The series is adapted from four novels in the Chu Liuxiang Xinzhuan segment of the novel series. Filming for the series started in October 2010 in the Water Margin Film City in Dongping County, Shandong Province, China. It was first broadcast on ChingTV in South Korea on 14 June 2012.[1]

Cast[edit]

Guilian Chuanqi[edit]

  • Ken Chang as Chu Liuxiang
  • Huang Juan as Shi Xiuyun
  • Louis Fan as Hu Tiehua
  • Liu Dekai as Xue Yiren
  • Zhao Liang as Xue Xiaoren
  • Yang Lixin as Zuo Qinghou
  • Fu Yiwei as Hua Jingong
  • Zhang Haiyan as Xue Honghong
  • Bo Qing as Liang Ma
  • Xue Yan as Xiaotuzi
  • Tang Ning as Xiaomazi
  • Liu Yuxin as Zuo Mingzhu
  • Xia Jun as Ye Shenglan

Bianfu Chuanqi[edit]

  • Xiao Jian as Zhang San
  • Xia Yiyao as Jin Lingzhi
  • Qin Li as Gao Ya'nan
  • Lu Shan as Hua Zhenzhen
  • Michael Tong as Yuan Suiyun
  • Shao Luya as Dong Sanniang
  • Long Huaizhong as Ding Feng
  • Yan Yichang as Ying Wanli
  • Wang Jiusheng as Gou Zichang
  • Gao Hai as Bai Lie
  • Zhang Dong as Xiang Tianfei

Xinyue Chuanqi[edit]

  • Shi Ke as Hua Guma
  • Yao Anlian as Shitian Zhaiyan
  • Ruping as Du Xiansheng
  • Hai Bo as Jiao Lin
  • Li Haozhen as Bai Yunsheng
  • Zhang Yilin as Yingzi
  • Gao Zhao as Heizhugan
  • Xu Ning as Xue Chuanxin
  • Zhang Xiaowan as Xinyue
  • Mou Cong as Baoji

Taohua Chuanqi[edit]

  • Xia Qing as Zhang Jiejie
  • Jin Qiaoqiao as Ai Qing
  • Li Xin as Ai Hong
  • Zhao Yue as Heiyi Laoyu
  • Tong Fan as Jin Siye
  • Shi Lan as Laobanniang
  • Cheung Tat-ming as Bu Danfu
  • Ning Meng as Bu Ajuan
  • Shu Yaoxuan as Penggong
  • Dai Chunrong as Tuopo
  • Zhang Guangbei as Maguan Laoren
  • Chen Wei as Mayi Laofu
  • Sun Lisha as Jin Guniang

References[edit]

  1. ^ (in Chinese) Baidu Baike

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