Hu Bing Qing, Chen Yao hypnotize King Vic with exotic dancing

Oh wow. I don’t think any man could resist these two lovely ladies with them wearing elaborate dancing dresses and covered from head to toe with bling bling. The latest batch of photos from drama Gui Zhong Mei Ren ((柜中美人) feature our two fox-related spirits (Hu Bing Qing and Sebrina Chen Yao) swirling around the King (Vic Zhou) in hopes of winning his affections.

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I love the decorative jewelries on both girls. They look stunning. Hu Bing Qing.

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Sebrina Chen Yao.

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A very satisfied King. Lol.

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Shake to the left, shake to the right!

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Han Dong.

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Chen Ruo Xuan.

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The synopsis of the novel that I translated a few months ago: Gui Zhong Mei Ren (柜中美人) is a drama adaptation of the novel (胭脂醉) written by Shui He. Hu Bing Qing as Qing Feng and Chen Yao as Fei Luan; former is a yellow-throated marten and the latter is a fox spirit. Docile Fei Luan is taken in by Qing Feng’s mother and both grew up to be a pair of close sisters. Vic Zhou will play the new emperor of the Tang Dynasty and Chen Ruo Xuan will play the gentle scholar preparing for the Imperial Examination. The current emperor at the time neglects his duties and spends time playing and frolicking with the ladies. He also has a habit of hunting foxes late at night. With their declining population and innocent deaths rising, the enraged Fox Clan wages a war against the royal family. They reserve a special pearl that boosts power and beauty to the consumer, which is stolen by the pair of sisters and split between them. They enter the Palace as dancers to fulfill the mission of killing the Emperor. But before the sisters could kill the emperor, he’s abruptly assassinated, and the throne goes to Vic Zhou’s character (after the Crown Prince is killed off too). It’s love at first sight for Qing Feng with the new handsome king, but his eyes follow the demure and innocent personality of Fei Luan. To keep the King for herself, Qing Feng becomes a matchmaker for Fei Luan and the scholar, and they do end up together as a couple. Obstacles arise left and right, testing Qing Feng and the King’s love. She’s sent to work as a palace maid before being freed and the King after dictating the Crown Prince, also disappears. Turns out he left his throne to live in peace with Qing Feng in the end. [Happily Ever After. DO NOT TAKE OUT AS ACCURACY IS NOT 100%.]

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  1. 5 thoughts on “Hu Bing Qing, Chen Yao hypnotize King Vic with exotic dancing

    Ha! The Chinese showbiz seems to be quite fascinated with the Indian traditional attire (and dance, of course!). You see the influence in the Legend of Zu, Princess JieYou and one or two other dramas that I spotted. I think it will be interesting to see an Indian character in a period drama. I know there is community of Chinese descent in India, and I have one such friend. The first time I met her I was surprised that this oriental looking lady wearing a sari is actually an Indian, speaking in thick Indian accent :).

    Back to the drama, I didn’t realize Sebrina will again play a fox spirit. Also, great to have Han Dong back! Such a talented guy — and good looking too! I hope the drama will have a happy ending :)))

    • 5 thoughts on “Hu Bing Qing, Chen Yao hypnotize King Vic with exotic dancing

      Because they are stunning and gorgeous!! Lol. I’m always mesmerized by Indian gowns for weddings and dances. You know I love colors hence Yumama gets me good most of the time. XD

      • 5 thoughts on “Hu Bing Qing, Chen Yao hypnotize King Vic with exotic dancing

        LOL, Yumama has been trolling us all with those awful stories — but also with pretty people & colors everywhere!

  2. 5 thoughts on “Hu Bing Qing, Chen Yao hypnotize King Vic with exotic dancing

    +1 for Han Dong ^_^ liked him ever since Cuo Dian Yuan Yang

    I don’t know much about the history of China and India but I thought you made an interesting point! Keen to see it happen one day.

    • 5 thoughts on “Hu Bing Qing, Chen Yao hypnotize King Vic with exotic dancing

      I’ve been curious about Indian community in China during the ancient times! The Indians introduced Buddhism to the Chinese people, and I read that it was also an Indian monk who founded the Shaolin monastery.

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