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Justice Sung II

SUNG SAI KIT (CHEUNG TAT MING) has retired to a poor shabby village and lived there in seclusion with his wife LING LUNG (KWOK OI MING, AMY) and their child JOE since the EMPRESS DOWAGER ordered the execution of the whole of his family. However, his real identity is soon unveiled when KIT manages to help the orphaned, helpless CHOY (YIU LOK YEE, SHERMING). Fortunately, PRINCE KUNG (LEE CHI HUNG) has agreed to grant him the exemption from death for three years, he is then spared and not long afterwards he even becomes His Majesty’s counsel. A series of cases including ‘The Iron-headed General’, ‘The Phantom Murderer’, ‘A Fatal Spell’, ‘The Unfilial Son from Heaven’ and many more come to court and KIT is to deal with them. KIT by chance discovers that PRINCE KUNG’s favourite student SUET LAM (NGAI CHUN KIT, MARCO), who has won first place in the recent highest imperial examination, is the killers of his mother as well as his sister. PRINCE KUNG feels somewhat ashamed of this and puts the blame on KIT. So it is, his friendly relationship with KIT is twisted. Meanwhile, CHOY and KIT’s best friend MING (WONG CHI YIN) have been framed to prison. For the sake of righteousness, KIT has to confront PRINCE KUNG on behalf of Great Britain in the law court. If he wins, KIT will be absolutely regarded as a traitor of his motherland and doubtless sentenced to death in turn. So what will be his final decision between patriotism and friendship?

 

Actor: Sherming Lok Yee Yiu/Tat Ming Cheung/Amy Oi Ming Kwok/Dayo Chi Wah Wong

Serials: 32

Language: Cantonese/Mandarin

Subtitle: Chinese

Year: 1999

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SUNG SAI KIT (CHEUNG TAT MING) has retired to a poor shabby village and lived there in seclusion with his wife LING LUNG (KWOK OI MING, AMY) and their child JOE since the EMPRESS DOWAGER ordered the execution of the whole of his family. However, his real identity is soon unveiled when KIT manages to help the orphaned, helpless CHOY (YIU LOK YEE, SHERMING). Fortunately, PRINCE KUNG (LEE CHI HUNG) has agreed to grant him the exemption from death for three years, he is then spared and not long afterwards he even becomes His Majesty’s counsel. A series of cases including ‘The Iron-headed General’, ‘The Phantom Murderer’, ‘A Fatal Spell’, ‘The Unfilial Son from Heaven’ and many more come to court and KIT is to deal with them. KIT by chance discovers that PRINCE KUNG’s favourite student SUET LAM (NGAI CHUN KIT, MARCO), who has won first place in the recent highest imperial examination, is the killers of his mother as well as his sister. PRINCE KUNG feels somewhat ashamed of this and puts the blame on KIT. So it is, his friendly relationship with KIT is twisted. Meanwhile, CHOY and KIT’s best friend MING (WONG CHI YIN) have been framed to prison. For the sake of righteousness, KIT has to confront PRINCE KUNG on behalf of Great Britain in the law court. If he wins, KIT will be absolutely regarded as a traitor of his motherland and doubtless sentenced to death in turn. So what will be his final decision between patriotism and friendship?