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Sweetness in the Salt

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Sweetness in the Salt

Details[edit]

  • Title: 碧血鹽梟 / 碧血盐枭
  • Cantonese / Mandarin title: Bik Huet Yim Hiu / Bi Xue Yan Xiao
  • English title: Sweetness in the Salt
  • Also known as: 勝雪鹽棧 (胜雪盐栈) / Salt Traders
  • Genre: Ancient drama
  • Episodes: 25
  • Broadcast network: TVB
  • Broadcast period: 2009-Jun-08 to 2009-Jul-10
  • Theme song: How to Say Love (愛怎麼說) by Steven Ma and Tavia Yeung

Synopsis[edit]

NIP CHI YUEN (Ma Steven), who works in the anti-smuggling camp, is determined to wipe out the Tau's Fort, which is the stronghold for salt smugglers. He pretends to be a down-and-out scholar. TAU SING SUET (Yeung Tavia), daughter of the chief smuggler, sympathizes with YUEN and puts him up in the village. Later, they even become fond of each other. During an anti-smuggling operation SUET is badly hurt and has since been separated from YUEN and her family. Fortunately she is saved by WU TING HIN (Wong Ho Yin), son of salt merchant WU KIN (Kwok Fung). HIN takes her home. One day, SUET is horrified to see the dead bodies of her parent being hung on the wall of the city tower, and that the official standing on the top of the tower telling the public not to sell smuggled salt is none other than the man she misses day and night. She is heartbroken, and her love for YUEN turns into hatred that moment on.

HIN finds a job for SUET at the salt company his family runs to help her get over her unhappiness. To repay him, she devotes herself entirely to the job. As time goes by, HIN starts to fall in love with her. However his critical illness making him hesitates to express his love for her. SUET's real identity comes to light when her younger uncle reappears out of the blue. HIN, for fear that his family will report SUET, proposes to her.

Cast[edit]

Dau Family[edit]

Nip Family[edit]

Wu Family[edit]

Extended Cast[edit]

Production Credits[edit]

  • Producer: Lee Tim Sing
  • Editors: Kwan Sung Ling (關頌玲) and Lau Chi Wa (劉枝華)

Viewership Ratings[edit]

Week Episodes Date Average Peak
1 01-05 2009-Jun-09 - 2009-Jun-12 27 30
2 06-10 2009-Jun-15 - 2009-Jun-19 27 31
3 11-15 2009-Jun-22 - 2009-Jun-26 28
4 16-20 2009-Jun-29 - 2009-Jul-03 28
5 24-25 2009-Jul-06 - 2009-Jul-10 30
Above based on TVB Jade and High Definition Jade combined

Notes[edit]

  • Production year: December 2007
  • This series was warehoused and was released overseas on 2009-Jan-05 to 2009-Feb-06.

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