Besides filming in mainland China, Bosco Wong (黄宗泽) has been aggressively investing in business ventures in the last two years. He and a group of friends earlier invested $8 million HKD in a bar restaurant in Malaysia called House Music Club. Possessing a heavy interest in culinary arts since childhood, Bosco took further steps in this direction. This time, he and a partner invested $3 million HKD to open an oyster bar in Soho, the Central district of Hong Kong.
Bosco’s mainland Chinese detective drama, Young Sherlock <少年神探狄仁杰>, finished filming on April 10. Back in Hong Kong, Bosco was spotted with his business partner and a real estate agent in Central, Hong Kong, at 3 PM. The trio checked out over seven shops in the area suitable for the oyster bar, observing the surroundings.
“I have friends in the dining industry who can receive liquor licenses, so this time I want to open an oyster bar, which can be a place of gathering for those who love to eat oysters.” Bosco said. Bosco’s wish is to become a chef, and so he would like to set the bar’s menu himself. Bosco’s dream shop would be around 1,000 square feet, so that it is easy to manage.
Net Worth of $30 million HKD?
In 2010, Bosco moved from his village house in Shatin to a mansion in The Grandville, with rental fees of $30,000 HKD per month. Currently owning four properties, three of them are rentals, providing him with an additional source of income. Bosco owns multiple cars, including a red Audi RS5 worth $1.3 million HKD and a Benz S350, which also has a cost in the millions.
With his popularity, Bosco allegedly earned $180, 000 RMB per episode while filming in mainland China. He has also expressed that he declined ten filming offers in mainland due to his workload in Hong Kong. Bosco is currently predicted to have a net worth of $30 million HKD.
In Hong Kong for the next several months, Bosco will film for a 20-episode modern drama temporarily titled Cat Mother <猫屎妈妈> for TVB in May. He will be collaborating with Michelle Yim (米雪).
This article is written by Shirley for JayneStars.com.