The Imperial Age, a historical drama from the Beijing TV network that has finished filming since 2018, is reported to be airing on Thursday, April 7, 2022. The CDrama, also known as Shan He Yue Ming, can also be watched online via a live streaming video platform BTV.
This drama series follows the legendary story of Zhu Di, the Yongle Emperor who is the 3rd emperor of the Ming Dynasty, China. The Imperial Age is directed by Gao Xi Xi and Zhao Li Jun, and written by Dong Zhe.
Cheng Yi, the actor and singer whose name has skyrocketed through his role as Lin Jing Yu in Noble Aspirations (2016), plays Zhu Di in his youth. While Feng Shao Feng continued that role until Zhu Di ascended the throne and became known as the Yongle Emperor, one of the best emperors to ever rule China.
The Imperial Age Chinese Drama Info
Schedule & How to Watch Stream
|Title||The Imperial Age (Shan He Yue Ming)|
|Genre||Historical, Action, Thriller, War|
|Director||Gao Xi Xi, Zhao Li Jun|
|Release Date||Thursday, April 7, 2022|
|Original Network||Beijing Satellite TV|
Zhu Di (Feng Zhao Feng / Cheng Yi), the fourth son of the first emperor and founder of the Ming Dynasty – Zhu Yuan Zhang (Chen Bao Guo), spent his youth following in the footsteps of General Xu Da (Zhang Feng Yi) on the battlefield. The various war experiences he faced by witnessing the bloodshed that occurred on the battlefield made Zhu Di grow as a mature statesman.
With the support of his wife, family, and supporters, Zhu Di settled in Beiping and fought to keep the Ming Dynasty’s northern borders from the hands of the invaders.
After the death of Emperor Taizu of Ming, the royal throne bequeathed to Zhu Yun Wen (Chen Yue Mo) who was known as Emperor Jianwen. However, encouragement from his mother’s tribe led the new emperor to make decisions that angered the Zhu imperial family and forced Zhu Di to rise up to lead the rebellion.
- Feng Zhao Feng (Zhu Di/Yongle Emperor)
- Chen Bao Guo (Zhu Yuan Zhang/Hongwu Emperor)
- Zhang Feng Yi (General Xu Da)
- Wang Jin Song (Liu Bo Wen)
- Ying Er (Xu Miao Yun/Empress Xu)
- Cheng Yi (Zhu Di)
- Yang Xi Zi (Xu Miao Jin)
- Wang Hui Chun (Dao Yan)
- Liu Xiao Jie (Lady Chang)
- Chen Yue Mo (Zhu Yun Wen)