Most Poignant and Memorable TV Drama Characters
Huang Rong in TVB 1983 Legend of the Condor Heroes (Barbara Yung), first viewing in 1990
Zhuge Liang in Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Tang Guoqiang), first viewing in 1996 or 1997
Xiao Yanzi in original Huan Zhu Ge Ge (Vicki Zhao), first viewing in 1999
Jang and Princess Seonhwa in Ballad of Seodong (Jo Hyun Jae & Lee Bo Young), first viewing in 2006
Seol Gongchan and Joo Yoo Rin in My Girl (Lee Dong Wook & Lee Dae Hee), first viewing in 2006
Xu Changqing in Chinese Paladin 3 (Wallace Huo), first viewing in 2009
If I have to coin one term to describe Wallace Huo in Chinese Paladin 3, it would be "innocently dreamy." He was perfect as the loveable and gullible Daoist priest with an uptight personality. Most people who played the game do not like Xu Changqing as a character. Fortunately, the scriptwriter and Wallace Huo's wonderful performance completely transform Xu Changqing from a lackluster scum into one of the best characters in the series. His innocence about the material world and his adorable mannerism didn't feel contrived nor forceful. Because of this successful performance, I became a semi-Wallace Huo fan. And despite his popularity, I really admire how low-key he remains in real life. I think Wallace does a pretty good job in picking out his roles.
Bidam in Quean Seondeok (Kim Nam Gil), first viewing in 2009
Mo Shaoqian in Sealed with a Kiss (Hawick Lau), first viewing in 2011
Top 6 Favorite Characters in Sealed with a Kiss (read the last paragraph)
Do you have a list of characters you still like to watch again?