Drama Return of the Silver Tongue Information

Return of the Silver Tongue
  • Drama Title: Return of the Silver Tongue
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: comedy
  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Published Date: 2013
  • Total Episodes: 24
  • Summary: 

    CHEUNG SEI-WAI (Kwok Chung On) establishes a private school, cultivating young talents. His student and peer-mentor, CHOW KUK (Priscilla Wong), shows genius potential in learning, however, having a smattering knowledge of things, she often misuses idioms. In view of the absurdity of the world, SEI-WAI, a righteous man, feels deeply that education alone can hardly put people on the right track. As fate would have it, he comes across CHAN CHUN-CHUN (Kristal Tin), who is very aggressive and eloquent with incisive writing skills in spite of her dubious background. The pair become a renowned barrister duo, and are regarded as sworn enemy by ill-famed POON KING-CHUEN (Cheung Kwok Keung) and his son POON YEE-MING (Jerry Lamb). SEI-WAI's change greatly disappoints his best friend HA HAU-MO (Mak Cheung Ching). In fact, HAU-MO's father was put to death after being framed by a well-known barrister CHAN MUNG-KAT (Li Shing Cheong) years ago, so he absolutely detests barristers. Although he understands SEI-WAI's intention, HAU-MO gets suspicious of CHUN-CHUN's background. Following an investigation, a miscarriage of justice case closed two decades ago is reopened, whereas a cold-blooded barrister killer suddenly resurfaces. As such, the rumor starts swirling, keeping the entire city on tenterhooks......

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