English Title: Outbound Love
Cantonese Title: å–®æˆ€é›™åŸŽ (daan lun seung seng)
Cast: Ruco Chan, Aimee Chan Lin Xia Wei, Tony Hung, Mat Yeung, Amy Fan, Samantha Ko, Elaine Yiu
Airing date: 20 January 2014 (Replacing Return of the Silver Tongue )
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Executive Producer: MaFong Tsun Chiu
Scriptwriter: Chan Ching Yee
In order to develop new business, LAW SIK-SIK (Aimee Chan), who works for a travel agency, goes to Malaysia to have a meeting with her client.
Unexpectedly, her plans are ruined by a local cunning tour guide, LUK KUNG-CHI (Ruco Chan), resulting in a falling-out between the two. All of a sudden, SIK-SIKâ€™s boyfriend CHING CHIN-BOK (Mat Yeung) appears to propose marriage to her. The pair start preparing for their wedding ceremony on the heels of their return to Hong Kong. Just when SIK-SIK thinks she is the happiest bride in the world, out of the blue, the intimate video clip showing her fiancÃ© having an affair with her best friend are made public during the wedding ceremony. As such, grief-stricken SIK-SIK once again heads to Malaysia and changes her job to work in a local hotel, where she re-encounters KUNG-CHI. Due to each otherâ€™s different frame of mind, seemingly aloof yet close subtle feelings have gradually been developed between them. CHIN-BOKâ€™s younger sister CHING CHIN-CHUN (Lin Xia Wei) has been taking SIK-SIKâ€™s side instead of her own brotherâ€™s, supporting her break-up decision. Also through SIK-SIK, she gets to know celebrity chef CHIN TSUN (Tony Hung), becoming his apprentice to learn the cooking skills. After the two have spent some time together, CHIN-CHUN has a crush on her master. However, for all these years, CHIN TSUN cannot get SIK-SIK off his mind. Just when he is about to disclose his love affection towards SIK-SIK, CHIN-BOK starts pursuing SIK-SIK all over again, whereas the one who lays him a helping hand turns out to be KUNG-CHIâ€¦â€¦.
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