Thursday, September 10, 2009

Taiwanese drama series, Black & White

Popular Taiwanese actor-singer, Kingone (also known as Wang Chuan Yi), who was recently seen in the role of a drug-trafficker in the much-adulated Taiwanese drama series, Black & White, just finished his service with the Taiwanese army.

In Black & White, Kingone took on the role of a drug-trafficker named Gao Yi. As he was still involved in filming for the drama series while he was serving the army, he had a couple of close shaves with his officers that were indirectly caused by his baddie-role in the show. Kingone chuckled as he shared an experience he had with an officer in the camp who said to him, “You are definitely taking drugs! Fall out and take a urine test!”

The actor quietly complied with the instructions of the officer but had another close brash with his army officer when he went on leave and partook in the promotional activities for the movie, Love. Kingone’s officer peeped at the schedule on his mobile phone and openly confronted him, “Do you know that army personnel are not allowed to accept interviews?”

Since the confrontation with his officer, Kingone decided to keep a low-profile and did not have any photos taken for the promotional events for Black & White. As if fate was playing tricks on him, his drug-trafficker role in Black & White also marked his most titular role to date ever since his acting debut five years ago, and left a deep impression on viewers.

Kingone made his first public appearance two days ago after he recently completed serving the nation. As the actor’s once inner eyelids are now prominent double eyelids, he was repeatedly quizzed if he had undergone a double eyelid surgery. Despite his clarifications, his replies fell on deaf ears and he finally decided to swear and convince the crowd. “If I really did cut them, they will decompose!”

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