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Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun

Ode to Gallantry (2017)

Shi Qing and his wife have two sons. The younger son Shi Zhong Jian was killed by a vile woman who was obsessed with Shi Qing. Because of the loss of a child, the eldest son Shi Zhong Yu was raised coddled and spoiled by his mother. Left with no choice, Shi Qing sends his son away hoping that he will make a man out of himself under the tutelage of Lin Yun City. Three years later, the black iron tablets have resurfaced in Jianghu (aka martial arts world). And that whoever obtains the objects will get a wish. In comes stumbling a beggar who becomes the focus of the story. And also, he forms an unlikely friendship with Shi Zhong Yu.

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  • Native Title: 侠客行
  • Also Known As: 新侠客行 , Xia Ke Hang , Xin Xia Ke Hang
  • Screenwriter: Zhang Ting, Liu Yi Wei
  • Genres: Wuxia, Drama

Details

  • Drama: Ode to Gallantry
  • Country: China
  • Episodes: 32
  • Aired: Jul 7, 2017 – Jul 18, 2017
  • Aired On: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: CCTV
  • Duration: 45 min.
  • Content Rating: Not Yet Rated

Ode to Gallantry (俠客行; Xiá Kè Xíng;Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun) is a wuxia novel by Jin Yong (Louis Cha). It was first serialised in Hong Kong from 11 June 1966 to 19 April 1967 in the newspaper Ming Pao. The novel shares the same Chinese title as a poem by the Tang dynasty poet Li Bai, which was used as its epigraph.

Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun
Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun

Plot of Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun

The plot revolves around a case of mistaken identity between a pair of identical brothers. As a result, Jin Yong acknowledges that the story resembles some of the works of William Shakespeare (cf. Twelfth Night and The Comedy of Errors).

First, the protagonist, who refers to himself as “Gouzazhong” (literally “mongrel”; a colloquialism for “bastard”), first appears as a young beggar roaming the streets of Kaifeng in search of his lost mother. Moreover, he witnesses a fight between several notable figures in the wulin (martial artists’ community) and meets the Shi couple and members of the Snowy Mountain Sect. An accident causes him to be taken away by Xie Yanke, an eccentric martial artist, to a secluded location on Motian Cliff. Xie Yanke decides to teach him martial arts. Gouzazhong learns qi cultivation techniques under Xie Yanke’s tutelage for six years. He is unaware that Xie actually harbours ill intentions and has been deliberately teaching him the techniques wrongly in the hope that he will sustain internal wounds and eventually die.

Complexity

At the same time, the leader of the Changle Sect, Shi Zhongyu, mysteriously disappears. The greater part of the novel deals with the complications that arise when Gouzhazhong is mistaken for Shi Zhongyu, not only by members of the sect (for ulterior motives), by also by Shi Zhongyu’s parents, Shi Zhongyu’s lover Ding Dang, and members of the Snowy Mountain Sect.

Although the two bear a splitting resemblance, their characters cannot be more different: Gouzhazhong is simple, honest and clever; Shi Zhongyu, the son of the Shi couple, has a bad reputation for being a lewd and sly womaniser. At the same time, Gouzhazhong acquires consummate combat skills in the process. He is Pursuing by members of the Snowy Mountain Sect who mistake him for Shi Zhongyu, who had molested Axiu, the granddaughter of the Snowy Mountain Sect’s leader. He acquires Axiu as his girlfriend after various incidents, during which their misunderstandings gradually  decrease.

The novel culminates in an episode when the leaders of various sects persuaded into visiting a secluded island by a pair of mysterious, highly-skilled messengers to celebrate the Laba Festival. The story then leads to a surprising conclusion: revelations on the island and more revelations concerning Gouzhazhong’s true parentage.

Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun

Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun

新侠客行 , Xia Ke Hang , Xin Xia Ke Hang
Rating 6.6
Status: Ongoing Network: Released: Jul 7, 2017 - Jul 18, 2017 Duration: 45 min. Country: Type: Drama Episodes: 32 Censor: Censored Casts: , , , , ,

Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun

Ode to Gallantry (2017)

Shi Qing and his wife have two sons. The younger son Shi Zhong Jian was killed by a vile woman who was obsessed with Shi Qing. Because of the loss of a child, the eldest son Shi Zhong Yu was raised coddled and spoiled by his mother. Left with no choice, Shi Qing sends his son away hoping that he will make a man out of himself under the tutelage of Lin Yun City. Three years later, the black iron tablets have resurfaced in Jianghu (aka martial arts world). And that whoever obtains the objects will get a wish. In comes stumbling a beggar who becomes the focus of the story. And also, he forms an unlikely friendship with Shi Zhong Yu.
  • Native Title: 侠客行
  • Also Known As: 新侠客行 , Xia Ke Hang , Xin Xia Ke Hang
  • Screenwriter: Zhang Ting, Liu Yi Wei
  • Genres: Wuxia, Drama

Details

  • Drama: Ode to Gallantry
  • Country: China
  • Episodes: 32
  • Aired: Jul 7, 2017 - Jul 18, 2017
  • Aired On: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: CCTV
  • Duration: 45 min.
  • Content Rating: Not Yet Rated
Ode to Gallantry (俠客行Xiá Kè Xíng;Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun) is a wuxia novel by Jin Yong (Louis Cha). It was first serialised in Hong Kong from 11 June 1966 to 19 April 1967 in the newspaper Ming Pao. The novel shares the same Chinese title as a poem by the Tang dynasty poet Li Bai, which was used as its epigraph. [caption id="attachment_1054" align="alignnone" width="213"]Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun[/caption]

Plot of Slak Banhchea Daek Bombaek Piphup Kun

The plot revolves around a case of mistaken identity between a pair of identical brothers. As a result, Jin Yong acknowledges that the story resembles some of the works of William Shakespeare (cf. Twelfth Night and The Comedy of Errors). First, the protagonist, who refers to himself as "Gouzazhong" (literally "mongrel"; a colloquialism for "bastard"), first appears as a young beggar roaming the streets of Kaifeng in search of his lost mother. Moreover, he witnesses a fight between several notable figures in the wulin (martial artists' community) and meets the Shi couple and members of the Snowy Mountain Sect. An accident causes him to be taken away by Xie Yanke, an eccentric martial artist, to a secluded location on Motian Cliff. Xie Yanke decides to teach him martial arts. Gouzazhong learns qi cultivation techniques under Xie Yanke's tutelage for six years. He is unaware that Xie actually harbours ill intentions and has been deliberately teaching him the techniques wrongly in the hope that he will sustain internal wounds and eventually die.

Complexity

At the same time, the leader of the Changle Sect, Shi Zhongyu, mysteriously disappears. The greater part of the novel deals with the complications that arise when Gouzhazhong is mistaken for Shi Zhongyu, not only by members of the sect (for ulterior motives), by also by Shi Zhongyu's parents, Shi Zhongyu's lover Ding Dang, and members of the Snowy Mountain Sect. Although the two bear a splitting resemblance, their characters cannot be more different: Gouzhazhong is simple, honest and clever; Shi Zhongyu, the son of the Shi couple, has a bad reputation for being a lewd and sly womaniser. At the same time, Gouzhazhong acquires consummate combat skills in the process. He is Pursuing by members of the Snowy Mountain Sect who mistake him for Shi Zhongyu, who had molested Axiu, the granddaughter of the Snowy Mountain Sect's leader. He acquires Axiu as his girlfriend after various incidents, during which their misunderstandings gradually  decrease. The novel culminates in an episode when the leaders of various sects persuaded into visiting a secluded island by a pair of mysterious, highly-skilled messengers to celebrate the Laba Festival. The story then leads to a surprising conclusion: revelations on the island and more revelations concerning Gouzhazhong's true parentage.

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