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The Legend of Chusen

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Details[edit]

  • Title: 青云志 / Qing Yun Zhi
  • English title: The Legend of Chusen
  • Also known as: Noble Aspirations
  • Genre: Xianxia, fantasy, action romance
  • Original Soundtrack: The Legend of Chusen OST

User/Viewer Ratings[edit]

4.83
(6 votes)

Season 1[edit]

The Legend of Chusen
  • Episodes: 58
  • Viewership ratings: peak= 1.352%, average= 0.579% [1]
  • Broadcast network: Hunan TV
  • Broadcast period: 2016-Jul-31 to 2016-Nov-08
  • Air time: Sunday 22:00
  • Opening theme song: Floating Pearl (浮诛) by Jason Zhang
  • Ending theme song: Trace of Time (时光笔墨) by Zhang Bi Chen

Synopsis[edit]

Zhang Xiaofan's (Li Yi Feng) entire village is massacred, and he and his good friend Lin Jingyu (Cheng Yi) are adopted by the righteous Qing Yun Sect. Though Zhang Xiaofan lacks the skills to become a skilled cultivator, he is treated kindly by his fellow disciples and teachers. One day, he acquires a magical weapon which allows him to become a strong cultivator. By chance, he is able to learn the skills of the Heavenly book, and becomes the first person to possess cultivation from Fu (Buddhist), Dao (Taoist), and Mo (Heretics). He meets and falls in love with Bi Yao (Zhao Li Ying), the daughter of the Ghost King (Fu Cheng Peng), leader of the demon sect, but their love faces numerous hurdles as the tension between the righteous sects and the demon sects intensifies.

Cast[edit]

Main Cast
Qing Yun sect
Ghost King Faction
Hundred Poison sect
Tian Yin Pavilion
He Huan Sect
Lian Xie Hall
Fen Xiang Valley
Yu Du City (Mount Kongsang)
Chang Sheng Hall
Dong Hai Mountain Villa
Little River Town (Heavenly Fox Tribe)
Others

Season 2[edit]

The Legend of Chusen 2
  • Episodes: 18
  • Broadcast network: Youku
  • Broadcast period: 2016-Dec-08 to 2017-Mar-02

Synopsis[edit]

During the battle between Qing Yun sect and the Ghost King faction, Bi Yao (Zhao Li Ying) saves Zhang Xiaofan (Li Yi Feng) from the Zhu Xian sword. A fragment of her soul was locked inside her Jin Ling bell, and Bi Yao falls into a deep sleep. Feeling deeply pained from Bi Yao's incident, Zhang Xiaofan decides to leave Qing Yun sect and join the Ghost King faction, becoming the assistant of the Ghost King. Zhang Xiaofan spends ten years trying to revive Bi Yao, but his efforts are futile. Meanwhile, the Ghost King (Fu Cheng Peng) decides to revive the Beast God. Making use of Zhang Xiaofan's guilt and love toward Bi Yao, the Ghost King sends Zhang Xiaofan to various places to find the spirit beasts needed to revive the Beast God. To stop the Ghost King from achieving his goals, Qing Yun sect also sends out their disciples to stop the Ghost King sect. Zhang Xiaofan meets his former good friends Lin Jingyu (Cheng Yi), Zeng Shushu (Qin Jun Jie) and Lu Xueqi (Yang Zi); and together they brave through difficult times. Forced to make difficult choices along his journey, Zhang Xiaofan eventually realizes the true meaning of good and evil, as well as life. He follows his heart and chose the right path and protect the world.

Season 3[edit]

The Legend of Chusen 3
  • Episodes: 80
  • Broadcast network:
  • Broadcast period:

Synopsis[edit]

Gui Li (Han Dong) returns to the central plains to destroy the Zhu Xian sword to revive Bi Yao (Li Man). However as he tries to destroy the Zhu Xian sword, he was hurt by the sword's aura. Gui Li was saved his former master, Pu Zhi, who reminds him of his original heart. He attains the fourth heavenly book from the back mountains of Tian Yin Pavilion. As he enters the Shiwan Mountain to kill the Beast God, he meets Lu Xueqi (Yao Xing Tong) there and has a fierce battle with her. Gui Li realizes that he loves Lu Xueqi, and was only grateful toward Bi Yao. Gui Li intends to head back to Qing Yun sect to marry Lu Xueqi, but realizes that Dao Xuan has already been taken control of by the Zhu Xian sword. In the midst of battle, Lu Xueqi has no choice but to kill Tian Buyi as he was controlled by Dao Xuan. Unable to accept the death of his former master, Gui Li left Qing Yun. The Ghost Lord went into a craze, causing the Huqi Mountains to be destroyed and Bi Yao's body to be lost. Gui Li's ten-year-wish to revive Bi Yao suddenly falls empty, and realizing the importance of true love, he decides to go look for Lu Xueqi. The Ghost Lord finally revives Bi Yao, and passes to her an overwhelming force of cultivation. Facing his former lover and the common people of the world, Gui Li finally understands that evil and kindness are ultimately decided by one's heart. With the help of Lu Xueqi, he rebuilds the Zhu Xian sword, and then spends the rest of his life with Lu Xueqi.

Cast[edit]

Production Credits[edit]

  • Original: Novel Zhu Xian (诛仙) by Xiao Ding (萧鼎)

Season 1-2[edit]

Season 3[edit]

Recognitions[edit]

  • 2017 22nd Huading Awards:
  • 2016 Tencent Video Star Awards:

Trivia[edit]

  • It is produced by H&R Century Pictures which featured many of their own talents in the cast.
  • Filming took place in Zhejiang, Hunan, Jiangxi, Yunnan, Guangxi, Henan, Fujian and many other locations.
  • Li Yi Feng first rose to fame in the fantasy wuxia Swords of Legends which is why many anticipated his return to the genre.
  • Months after the drama aired, there was news that Yang Zi and Qin Jun Jie were dating in real life. They later confirmed it publicly on Valentine's Day in 2017.
  • Li Yi Feng and Zhao Li Ying won the most popular actor and actress in a Chinese drama in the Tencent Star Awards held December 2017. Li Yi Feng went onstage for a second time to accept the VIP Star of the Year Award while Legend of Chusen won best drama in a category voted by Tencent (QQ) VIP users.
  • In December 2017, Legend of Chusen topped Vlinkage's compilation of dramas that have been viewed online more than 10 billion times. It garnered 25.5 billion views, followed by The Legend of Mi Yue with 23.9 billion and The Journey of Flower with 21 billion.
  • Season 1 and 2 were filmed continuously and split into two seasons on purpose, which is a trend that seems to be catching on when it comes to newer dramas.

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