The King of Blaze has been shooting a combination of stills, one day it’s in the Tang Dynasty, the next day it’s in the 21st century and then there’s also the part about everyone being gods in the first place. I’m more interested in the fact that the drama’s covering so many timelines at once and curious to see where the characters will spending most of their time.
Chen Bolin plays Lin Ye, a prideful and lonesome god who holds firm in his beliefs despite the complications in the big city. He is the president of the company and a talented scientist.
Jing Tian as Tong Feng, a righteous reporter who does everything in her power to shed light on the truth.
Zhang Yi Jie as Lei Hao, a self-important genius who cannot escape the shackles of fate.
Lai Yu Meng as Wei Yong Qian, a mischievous actress who’s extremely passionate when it comes to love.
Du Jun Ze as Jue Wen, a warm-hearted man who returns from abroad and devotes his life to chasing after his first love.
Sun Shao Long as Di Yun, the one pulling the strings in the dark.
Vina Zhang Weina as Xiao Yu, a fashion editor who follows destiny to find her soulmate.
Liu Hai Lan as Ou Lin, a career woman who thinks that only by keeping her head up can she hide her romantic feelings.