Thankful for Instructions from Ah Sa Although the romantic rumor between Wu Chun and Ah Sa was false, but Wu Chun still praised Ah Sa lavishly: [I am already very approachable.I never expected that Ah Sa was even more approachable than me.As for love relationships, Wu Chun admitted frankly that currently, he was not involved in any relationships but if he was to choose a girlfriend, he had some strict conditions.
What was the difference between Ah Sa and other actresses that collaborated and were rumored with Wu Chun previously?
Wu Chun generously said: [Although Ariel Lin was very refined but we became familiar very quickly and often engaged in conversations. She was very direct and forthright, telling it as it is.
Although he looked ultra manly on the outside, he was a tender person.
He said: [I feel that love is something that lasts a lifetime.
Each time Wu Chun collaborated with an actress would result in romantic rumors, including Ariel Lin in [Tokyo Juliet], Angela Zhang in [Romantic Princess] and Ella from S. Although Ah Sa was already attached and her relationship with Ronald Cheng was an open secret, but the romantic rumors still continued.
This was certainly evidence of Wu Chun’s irresistible appeal.I would rather sacrifice my life and die with my beloved, than to be alone without her for the rest of my life.] translated by : wyn0602 of CEFC credits : wyn0602 of CEFC , and yam news original source : Please credit wyn0602 of CEFC for translation of article and do not edit any parts of this article.Please quote this translated article (including this note) in its entirety. Wu Chun Loves Filial Women [20 Ming Pao] Wu Chun, who although had only been in the business for three years but was already popular in both singing and acting, recently also entered the world of movies.His collaboration with Ah Sa Charlene Choi in the Jingle Ma directed movie [Butterfly Lovers] was in keeping with his future plans of developing his career in the three realms of singing, movie and television.The degree of his willingness to take risk led to high praises from the martial director Ching Siu-tung: [I have never a newcomer so willing to take on risks.] The director Jingle Ma adapted [Butterfly Lovers] from the well-known tale of [The Lovers] and injected martial arts elements into the classical tragic love story.