Grace Wong’s Acting in “OMG, Your Honour” Generates Praise

By on November 17, 2018 in NEWS

Grace Wong’s Acting in “OMG, Your Honour” Generates Praise

Legal drama, OMG, Your Honour <是咁的,法官閣下>, is airing to positive reception. The drama stars Ben Wong (黃智賢), Eddie Kwan (關禮傑), Grace Wong (王君馨), and Louisa Mak (麥明詩). In the drama, Ben and Eddie are both well-known barristers for handling criminal cases. They have the same mentor and have been feuding over the past thirty years. Adding fuel to the animosity, Ben and Eddie are also involved in a love triangle with Grace, who stars as a television news anchor. 

In addition to being praised for its exciting storyline, Grace’s scenes, in particular, are generating a lot of discussion and compliments. In a recently-aired episode, Grace’s acting in the courtroom and dialogue solicited much praise from netizens. Even Alan Tam (譚詠麟), who is affectionately known as Principal Tam, was full of praises for Grace’s portrayal. He uploaded screenshots of some of Grace’s scenes and wrote, “I just returned home from playing soccer and watched a great episode!”

Happy and surprised at Alan’s praises, Grace was unable to contain her excitement. “Thank you, Principal Tam! I am thankful for his support and praise. The screenwriter wrote the scene very well. The scene was also one that Ben and I really liked. I hope the audience will continue to support [the drama].”

When Ben was interviewed about the positive reception of the scene, Ben said, “The screenwriter wrote the scene very well. The dialogue [between my character and Grace’s] was well-written. We didn’t change or alter a single word. Grace and I were both very immersed in our roles. Thank you, everyone, for your support. I want to especially give a shout out to the staff who input the background music and edited the scenes.”

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  • 7 comments to Grace Wong’s Acting in “OMG, Your Honour” Generates Praise

    1. funnlim says:

      “Adding fuel to the animosity, Ben and Eddie are also involved in a love triangle with Grace, who stars as a television news anchor. ”

      So very wrong. At this point, there is NO love triangle.

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    2. funnlim says:

      I am impressed with this series in terms of court procedure (for once it is accurate-ish), the characters (I like the young ones better) and I thought Eddie’s character, James would be pompous, he turns out to be an understanding man and teacher with a penchance for flamboyance. The more I see Ophelia, the more I see Ben’s character as a cold heartless jerk.

      Too much time is wasted on this couple. I don’t get the point of Ophelia. Is this a legal drama or a soap opera? I feel Grace, who could act so well is absolutely wasted in this role as someone needy, crazy and suicidal.

      Also, for lawyers earning millions, Eddie and Ben’s characters do very very menial small cases. Like how Life On The Line killed off one of the best and nicest character in the series with an event so insulting to such a character, in this series I want to see big cases. Corrupted politicians, selfish super chaebols, big huge cases for the veterans, small menial cases for the young ones until maybe one takes on a huge major case like serial killer, whatever. There’s hope yet but the story seems not to go for important huge cases. I suppose I want K drama sort of corruption in a sensible less dramatic HK drama sort of emotions.

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    3. funnlim says:

      I am impressed with this series in terms of court procedure (for once it is accurate-ish), the characters (I like the young ones better) and I thought Eddie’s character, James would be pompous, he turns out to be an understanding man and teacher with a penchance for flamboyance. The more I see Ophelia, the more I see Ben’s character as a cold heartless jerk. Too much time is wasted on this couple. I don’t get the point of Ophelia. Is this a legal drama or a soap opera? I feel Grace, who could act so well is absolutely wasted in this role as someone needy, crazy and suicidal.

      Also, for lawyers earning millions, Eddie and Ben’s characters do very very small cases. Like how Life On The Line killed off one of the best and nicest character in the series with an event so insulting to such a character, in this series I want to see big cases. Corrupted politicians, selfish super chaebols, big huge cases for the veterans, small cases for the young ones until maybe one takes on a huge major cases. There’s hope yet but the story seems not to go for important huge cases. I suppose I want K drama sort of corruption in a sensible less dramatic HK drama sort of emotions.

      That scene where Grace got praised is well acted but the entire scene is so set up and a mockery to the justice system. We know James lied. We know the woman lied. Earlier there was a case of a veteran solicitor punished to pay court cost for wasting taxpayers money and courts time. How about the so called molestation case? Isn’t it a whole debacle of a case? And is Ophelia arrested for perjury? Nope. She seems fine. Did she do all that to kill ben’s reputation? Never had that impression at first, just had an impression she was badly advised . I didn’t get her motivation. What was it that she want? Yes scene per scene is good but look at entirety, what is that entire court room scene about? If this series is trying to show the respect and hardwork of legal practitioners in a legal forum, that case itself mocks the entire system. Acting wise is fine. Story wise, for the veterans, is awful. I want to see more of the young ones struggling, so why are the old ones trying to hijack the young one’s story? Or is TVB not confident their young stars could carry the story without the story going for drama for the veterans?

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    4. sugadough says:

      @funnlim I also have a lot of questions regarding many cases/scenes in the drama. I STILL don’t understand what was the purpose of that lesbian kissing scene in the beginning. I find it disturbing that she would randomly make out with a close same-sex friend in a public corridor/elevator. Is there a secret relationship between those two that has not been revealed? Telling from the private dinners those two have with the two young guy lawyers, it doesn’t give me the feel that these female characters are lesbians. Moreover, I feel like a normal person wouldn’t just do that and that gave me mixed feelings regarding Grace’s character in the drama. For whatever reason it is to provide the lesbian kissing scene, the producers/scriptwriter didn’t do a good enough job in explaining why that was necessary. If the producers just wanted to insert a random steamy to gain more media attention, they need to seriously stop.

      Also, the court scene where she was lying to frame her husband. I am still trying to figure out Grace’s purpose in that. Was it out of hatred? For revenge? However, I just DON’T feel any pity for her after seeing her horny self kissing another girl. I can’t figure out what kind of character she is. Not to mention, I find it distasteful that she keeps holding on to her ex-husband EVEN after they filed for divorce AND after her dad died. She seems mentally disoriented.

      I am still trying to find purpose in Grace’s role, but instead I find a lot of contradictions with her actions. She has a diva attitude in most of her scenes that her down-to-earth scenes seem so fake. Yes, she is great in roles that require her to be flirtatious and seductive, but I don’t find her emotional scenes coming from the heart. Tears can easily flow from her eyes like she’s made of water. I cringe when she has scenes with Eddie Kwan especially that part where she forgot for a second that Eddie brought her home before… HOW can you forget someone that you were with for at least an hour. In my opinion, Grace Wong can’t do justice for innocent roles because she always has that vixen aura.

      I also find that most of the cases taken by the veteran solicitors to be a joke. As much as I like the theme of this drama, the script needs lots of work.

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    5. bubbles23 says:

      You know the drill… Everyone that Alan Tam praises ends up having a career crisis

      Jokes aside, I’m enjoying omg your honour a lot more than fist fight. It has fresh faces and Ben Wong is also wonderful to watch. Still feel that the drama could have moved at a faster pace. I thought the show just started but it was already 15 episodes in! I didn’t find Grace to be all that great in the drama… Probably has to do with character development… I don’t get the part she plays in the drama. On the other hand, the plot with Helen Ha (Louisa) and her workplace is more intriguing.

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      • sugadough replied:

        @bubbles23 The drama is definitely becoming draggy in recent episodes. I quite enjoyed the first few episodes until Grace Wong’s scenes increased. In comparison to File of Justice, which I just recently finished, OMG, Your Honour definitely loses the race. The characters in OMG Your Honour lack character development with the story missing a pivotal point. Mostly, the entire drama has been consisted of random plot lines that doesn’t add up to anything important. I am truly disappointed. However, this drama is definitely more entertaining than Fist Fight since the plot is overly dramatic with annoying characters.

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    6. jimmyszeto says:

      Watched first few episodes. No Grace yet. Loving it so far!!! Great young actors as the new solicitor/barristers. Oscar the older one in the group but he is important figurehead to help the younger ones gel….

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