I finally got around and watched this drama! So good!!! >< Since the drama was heavily promoted (the cast, the couples, the friendship, etc) at the Anhui 2015 Ceremony … I wanted to write a more detailed article about the interactions 🙂 If anyone else watched, I would love to hear your opinion!
The cast are introduced: we have Hu Ge, Wang Kai, Jin Dong, Song Yi, Wang Ou, and Wang Le Jun.
The guys are asked to reproduce the famous “Brotherhood Fight” where Ming Tai realizes he has been following the orders of his double agent brother Ming Lou since the start.
I swear.. the scene is a lot better in the drama 😛 Here is the clip:
Then they had to choose a dance partner. Hu Ge chose Wang Le Jun, the girl he fell in love in the drama. Song Yi plays the girl who secretly loves Hu Ge and… her glance in this picture says all.
Wang Kai choose Wang Ou (the evil Japanese sergeant who is plotting against the Ming Family)… the love interest of Jin Dong XD… Wang Kai declares he can’t dance so the MC told them to pose for the camera. So cute ^^
Despite declaring himself as been old, Jin Dong choose Song Yi and they had a very nice dance for the camera >< I love how Hu Ge is the one who looks the most intensely:
Jin Dong wins the award for Most Capable Actor of 2015. He receives the prize from Wang Ou, who played her nemesis and love interest, and Liu Min Tao, who played her big sister.
The clip they choose for the nomination. I have to say, it is a really good one!
Wang Kai receives the Best Newcomer Award from the directors Kong Sheng (Nirvana on Fire) and Li Xue (Nirvana on Fire and The Disguiser
He also won Favourite Actor for Nirvana on Fire
Hu Ge wins the Best Actor Award. However, he won it for his performance in Nirvana on Fire.
Song Yi, who portrayed the memorable military spy Yu Manli, was nominated for Favourite Actress.
Liu Min Tao, who portrayed the big sister of Ming Family, was nominated for Favourite Female Character.
Finally, some group pictures 🙂 I seriously love the cast of this drama. It is fully translated on Viki (very useful since they sometimes speak in Japanese) and I can’t recommend it enough.