The Forgotten Valley


The Forgotten Valley (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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The Forgotten Valley

The Forgotten Valley

  • Video
  • PAL: Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Cantonese / Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
    4-Disc Box Set
  • Region code
  • Region All
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  • Title : The Forgotten Valley / 平安谷之詭谷傳說
  • Genre : Family / Mystery
  • Episode : 1-20 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Hong Kong TVB
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2018
  • Listing date : 19 Mar 2018
  • Disc Qty : 4 pcs
  • Weight : 270(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Cast by
  • Lau Kong , Raymond Wong , Grace Chan , Louisa So , Rebecca Zhu , Katy Kung , Louis Yuen , Zoie , Timothy Cheng , Willie Wai , Toby Chan , Brian Tse
  • Synopsis
  • Highly influenced by western culture, couple LUK SHUI-FUNG (Raymond Wong) and LAW KWAI-SZE (Grace Chan) want to reshape their feudal hometown, Ping On Valley, which has fallen so far behind, but nothing comes out as they wish. Not only are they under the tyrannical dictatorship of their father, Village Chief LUK KAM-KUK (Lau Kong), who constantly stands in their way, but they are also involved in the ghost bride murder mystery, kidnapping and homicide respectively.

    Victims of bullying including Kam-Kuk's concubines Sung Ming-Fung (Louisa So) and Koo Man-Yee (Rebecca Zhu), and maid Tin Chor-Yat (Katy Kung) eventually can't take it anymore. Defying the status quo in the fight for gender equality, they secretly form an alliance to protect other girls who fall victim to this.

    Unexpectedly, a group of wicked guys headed by butler Ng Sheung-Shun (Louis Yuen), bring in bandits for their own selfish motives. While blowing the girls' cover, it also puts the relationship of Shui-Fung and Kwai-Sze to the test, escalating the feud between men and women...

  • Synopsis
  • Highly influenced by western culture, couple LUK SHUI-FUNG (Raymond Wong) and LAW KWAI-SZE (Grace Chan) want to reshape their feudal hometown, Ping On Valley, which has fallen so far behind, but nothing comes out as they wish. Not only are they under the tyrannical dictatorship of their father, Village Chief LUK KAM-KUK (Lau Kong), who constantly stands in their way, but they are also involved in the ghost bride murder mystery, kidnapping and homicide respectively.

    Victims of bullying including Kam-Kuk's concubines Sung Ming-Fung (Louisa So) and Koo Man-Yee (Rebecca Zhu), and maid Tin Chor-Yat (Katy Kung) eventually can't take it anymore. Defying the status quo in the fight for gender equality, they secretly form an alliance to protect other girls who fall victim to this.

    Unexpectedly, a group of wicked guys headed by butler Ng Sheung-Shun (Louis Yuen), bring in bandits for their own selfish motives. While blowing the girls' cover, it also puts the relationship of Shui-Fung and Kwai-Sze to the test, escalating the feud between men and women...