Dong Cheng Wei

Dong Cheng Wei (simplified Chinese: 东城卫; traditional Chinese: 東城衛; pinyin: Dong Cheng Wei) is a Taiwanese rock band. It was an underground band that was formed during the band members' high school years. It gain certained amount of popularity because of the success of the lead vocal, Jiro Wang and the TV appearances on KO One, The X-Family, and K.O.3an Guo.

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List Of KO One Characters - Dong Cheng Wei (東城衛) - Xiu (脩)
... Actor Shu Chen / Xiu (陳德修 / 脩) - Dong Cheng Wei (東城衛) ... Biography A member of the band Dong Cheng Wei ... in KO One except he is a guitarist in the band Dong Cheng Wei (東城衛) ...
The X-Family - Characters
... and disappears around the Xia family and Dong Cheng Wei (東城衛), and was ordered to find "Sou Hun Qu" (蒐魂曲 / Soul Collecting Melody) and "Xi ... An organization called Tie Ke Jin Wei Jun (鐵克禁衛軍 / The Iron Imperial Army) is under his control to protect the Iron Dimension ... she has a crush on Xiu, the guitarist in the band Dong Cheng Wei (東城衛), but later falls for Lan Ling Wang ...
The X-Family - Cast and Production Credits - Cast
... none Pauline Lan (藍心湄) Xia Lan Xing De Tian (夏蘭荇德 天) Gui Long (鬼龍) Wang Da Dong (汪大東) Zack Himself Xia Tian (夏天) none none none none Jiro Wang (汪東城) Ye He Na La ...
List Of The X-Family Episodes - Episode List
... The story begins with Xiu using his power to summon thunder to help restore the powers of Wang Da Dong, Wang Ya Se and Ding Xiao Yu, but the result is unsuccessful ... Xiu tells Da Dong, Ya Se and Xiao Yu the final way to restore their powers by travelling to another world and find their alternate counterparts and use them to restore ... Da Dong's alternate counterpart, Xia Tian takes over the story 2 "Round 2" August 9, 2007 (2007-08-09) The Xia Lan Xing De family is attacked by a couple of strangers ...

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