September 13, 2009
Mike He calls Ah Sa; will challenge F2 in October!
Source: Liberty Times
Translation: Sarah @ http://asianfanatics.net
After a few months of Taiwanese vs. Korean drama, the Sunday idol drama battle will start afresh in October. Ken Zhu's 'Momo Love' will replace Korea's 'Boys Over Flowers' and take on Vaness Wu's 'Next Station, Happiness' as well as Mike He's 'Calling For Love' which will be airing on CTS. Poor Mike is about to be brutally killed by F2!
Taiwanese vs. Korean battle over; changes to battle of the 3 hot guys
The Taiwanese vs. Korean idol drama battle is almost over, and the Sunday idol drama battle will start afresh in October. Vaness Wu's 'Next Station, Happiness' will be up first, followed by Ken Zhu's 'Momo Love' & Mike He's 'Calling For Love'. The 3 all haven't revealed their faces in idol dramas for some time. Mike practically disappeared from the idol drama battlefield since 'Bull Fighting' finished last year in February. Instead, he took on the big screen, filming movies 'Future Cops' & '7 Days'. Only this year did he return back to idol dramas, and collaborate with Ah Sa in 'Calling For Love'. Recently, he has ended his work relationship with his old boss TVBS. He has only just been awarded freedom, but he is about to welcome F2's brutal kill, plus he is facing obstacles in finding a new boss; indeed is a difficult career choice.
'Momo Love' rushes filming
'Momo Love's director Winnie You is renowned for his slow but detailed directing. Although 'Momo Love' is set to replace 'Boys Over Flowers' but according to sources, since the drama began filming in May, they've been filming different scenes from different episodes, jumping all over the place. Only 3 episodes have been fully completed, and whether or not it will be ready for October, the crew & the actors may have to rush filming.
Hmm, things are looking a little bad for Momo Love. The typhoon earlier delayed filming and now they might have to rush filming which is not a good thing. And they going up against "Calling Big Star" and "Next Station Happiness".