After dating for six years, Yoyo Mung (蒙嘉慧) and Ekin Cheng (鄭伊健) finally tied the knot on January 28, 2013. Earlier, Yoyo accepted an interview in hopes of promoting her latest TVB drama, A Great Way to Care 2 <仁心解碼II>, which will premiere on March 18. She told the media that her husband is a playful person who knows how to take care of others at the same time.
Yoyo also possessed a playful personality, and perhaps this is what enables her to be so compatible with Ekin. She said, “I am crazier than him. I like to play around. When he’s with me, he becomes someone who has to look after me. For instance, when we go hiking in the mountains, I would think about the food we would bring, but he would think of the survival supplies. Maybe he felt the responsibility of protecting me, which allowed him to become more mature.”
At the end of March, Yoyo’s contract with TVB is over. In terms of future plans, she expressed that nothing is settled at the moment, but she would film as long as her role and the production of the drama is good. Yoyo continues to work hard after her marriage. She laughed and expressed, “I only film one or two dramas each year. If I work any less, I would starve!”
Why would Yoyo starve with a husband to care for her? “I live a servant life. When friends come over to visit, I like to head out to buy things. I enjoy the procedure. It’s just like parents with their kids. If they’re letting others take care of their children, they’re not enjoying the procedure, and so why have kids?”
Yoyo further expressed that she would not like to have a baby, because she knows she would have to take care of her own child. “Being pregnant for ten months is like being in jail! I didn’t do anything wrong. No way!”
Speaking of her decision to marry Ekin, Yoyo revealed, “I’ve never really wanted to get married at first. When my mom passed away, I know I still have someone to look after me and love me. At the time, I didn’t ask for a marriage agreement, but it was after our marriage that I realized I’m glad we married. Lots of couples live together unmarried, but when one of them enters the hospital due to an emergency, their other half is only a friend. He cannot be her representative to make decisions. If I encounter these situations, I need someone to make decisions for me. At this moment, it is definitely him [Ekin]. I give him my life.”
Yoyo admires Ekin for being a filial man. “He is very patient with seniors, and would teach his father how to play video games. You can tell he’s a good man just by looking at these things.” In terms of Ekin’s weaknesses, Yoyo revealed that he has a poor memory. However, she sees this as a merit instead. “Because of his poor memory, there is no hatred in his world.”
Although Yoyo loves being around her husband, she does not wish to collaborate with him in terms of work. “We see each other all the time already. I don’t want to have anything to do with him during work.”
Source: Apple Daily via ihktv.com
This article is written by Shirley for JayneStars.com.