4 Chinese Dramas That Got Famous All Over Asia
Posted 2017/11/15 0 0
These Chinese dramas created storms throughout Asia.
1. The Journey of Flower
It is a love story between a master and his disciple. The main character Hua Qiangu is an unlucky orphan who's looking for a chance to learn magic and martial arts to survive after her parents died. Appreciating her hard working nature and kind heart, and predicting her tragic destiny, she enters Chang Liu, an immortal sect, to seek peace and solutions. Bai Zihua, the sect leader of Chang Liu, takes her as his only disciple. Qian Gu falls in love with her teacher but doesn't reveal her true feelings until the end. Eventually, the truth has been revealed that she was born as Nü Wa's descendant and has access to godly power.She summoned the Demon God to save her master and the God transferred all his power into her body afterwards, therefore, making her the new ruler of the demons. Although Zihua tries to protect her and change her fate, Qiangu is constantly tortured by the machinations of those who wish to see her dead.
2. Princess Agents
The story takes place during the chaotic times of Wei, where innocent citizens are often kidnapped and turned into slaves. Slave girl, Chu Qiao was thrown into a forest along with other slaves and becomes the next hunting target for the rich lords. She is saved by the Prince of Yanbei, Yan Xun. Afterward, she is brought into a powerful family of Yu Wen and witnesses their bloody power struggle. Seeing this,she swears to take her younger sister and flee from the situation. However, she catches the attention of Yu Wen Yue and undergoes strict training while building a sense of companionship with Yan Xun. Drama focuses on Chu Qiao's life beliefs and her struggle to survive in a cruel and unfair world.
3. Empresses in the Palace
What happens to the innocence of a young girl who is thrown into the lion’s den of the palace? Zhen Huan (Sun Li) is a 17-year-old girl who is rounded up with her best friend, Shen Mei Zhuang (Lan Xi), and all the other daughters of government officials and forced to join the royal harem of Emperor Yong Zheng (Chen Jian Bin) by the Empress Dowager Ren Shou (Leanne Liu). Because of Zhen Huan’s resemblance to the late Empress Chun Yuan, she quickly wins favor with the Emperor but the jealous wrath of all the other ladies of the court, including the Empress (Ada Choi), Imperial Concubine Consort Hua (Jiang Xin) and even the seemingly sweet An Ling Rong (Tao Xin Ran). After Zhen Huan miscarries her first pregnancy, she quickly learns that she must use her wits in order to survive. When she meets and falls in love with Yun Li (Li Dong Xue), the 17th Prince and the Emperor’s half-brother, what tough choices will Zhen Huan have to make to protect the people she loves the most?
4. The Mystic Nine
The drama is a prequel to The Lost Tomb in which the story focuses on the exploits of the nine grave robbing families in the 1940s. With the help of his friends Fortune Teller Qi Tie Jue and Opera Singer Er Yue Tou, General Zhang Qi Shan entered into a strange mine to discover a mysterious ancient tomb. After many untold dangers, he uncovered a Japanese plot to kill the residents of Changsha city. The men banded together to stop the Japanese's plot, thereby saving their city.