Raymond Lam (林峯), Kenneth Ma (馬國明), Tavia Yeung (楊怡), and Sharon Chan (陳敏之) attended yesterday’s promotional event for TVB’s upcoming time travel drama, Three Kingdoms RPG <回到三國>, in Diamond Hill. Tavia has recently been busy filming drama after drama and admitted that it has been a while since she last went on vacation. As for reports indicating that Tavia is living in with rumored boyfriend, Him Law (羅仲謙), she denied them and said, “I’ve been living with my mother for many years!”
Kenneth, who portrays the time traveling protagonist, “Vincent Szema,” will be romantically involved with the housemaid “Song Yau,” portrayed by Tavia. According to Kenneth, there will be many humorous scenes dealing with his character teaching contemporary dialogue and trendy vocabulary to the historical characters. “I’ll teach them how to curse, and they’ll actually listen to me and use them in arguments!”
Sharon remarked that it was a challenge to portray “Xiao Qiao,” the wife of Ruco Chan’s (陳展鵬) character “Zhou Yu.” She said, “My character has princess syndrome. It’s a challenge because I have to be cute without being too irritating.”
Raymond Lam Hates His Mustache
Recently, TVB dramas have consistently used the name “Chok Fung” to ridicule Raymond. He said helplessly, “Thank you to all the scriptwriters for their love!” Asked if Raymond is the leading representative of “chok,” he immediately replied, “That’s silly, there are still many seniors ahead of me that deserve the name more!”
Raymond, who portrays the legendary historical figure “Zhuge Liang,” said the hardest part of his role was not the portrayal itself, but his fake mustache. “The cast often hung out and joked around with each other during filming breaks, but none of us dared to laugh because once we do, our mustaches would fall off! It’s really difficult. We can only smile with our eyes!” He further expressed that he never cared about the ratings of his dramas, but commented that Three Kingdoms RPG has an extremely comedic storyline.
Viewers can start traveling back in time with Kenneth Ma starting July 9th when Three Kingdoms RPG airs in Hong Kong!
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.
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