Vacuum in singing, Kyulkyung or Zhou Jie Qiong who is a former member of the K-Pop group Pristin is now active in the world of acting. Among others, being the main player in the latest C-Drama, Be My Princess, which will start airing on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, and can be watched online through the live streaming video platform iQIYI and Mango TV.
Playing the role of Ming Wei in the CDrama Be My Princess, Zhou Jie Qiong will compete acting with Jeremy Tsui or Xu Zheng Xi, Hu Yung Hao, and Xu Kai Xin. Jeremy Tsui or Xu Zheng Xi himself is currently appearing in the hit drama The Autumn Ballad, which has been airing since early February.
Be My Princess, directed by Huang Tian Ren, is an adaptation of the novel Ying Di De Gong Zhu by Xiao Ji Ren. This drama has finished filming since the end of March 2021.
Be My Princess Chinese Drama Info
Schedule & How to Watch Stream
|Title||Be My Princess (Ying Di De Gong Zhu)|
|Director||Huang Tian Ren|
|Writers||Xiao Jia Ren (novel)|
|Release Date||Wednesday, March 16, 2022|
|Original Network||Mango TV|
Ming Wei (Zhou Jie Qiong) never expected to be chosen as the female lead, becoming a princess who is the lover of a Master played by famous actor Mu Ting Zhou (Jeremy Tsui) in a drama set during the Ming Dynasty. Especially considering her real profession is only being a part-time translator who likes acting.
Although friendly in front of the fans, Mu Ting Zhou was actually a cold and temperamental man. But everything completely changed after the famous actor had an accident and lost his memory.
When he woke up, Mu Ting Zhou only remembered that he was a Master, a high official in ancient China, who was in charge of protecting Princess Ming Wei. In order to help the actor recover his memory, Ming Wei is willing to continue to be a princess in everyday life and start taking care of Mu Ting Zhou’s life until they slowly fall in love with each other.
Unfortunately after his memory recovered, Mu Ting Zhou returned to his original character – as a popular multi-award winning actor – and slowly drifted away from Ming Wei’s life.
However, Mu Ting Zhou remembers bits and pieces of his life with Ming Wei until the two of them finally confess their feelings to each other and write a romantic love story.
- Jeremy Jones Xu (Mu Ting Zhou)
- Zhou Jie Qiong (Ming Wei)
- Hu Yun Hao (Xiao Zhao)
- Xu Kai Xin (Chen Zhang)
- Wu Jia Yi (Ming Qiao)
- Li Ruo Ning
- Li Shi Qi (Cheng Yao)