William Chan was shooting for the MV to his new song <穿心箭> and asked big sister Charlene Choi (Ah Sa) to be the female lead. William is a bartender in the MV and had always had a crush on Ah Sa, but was afraid to confess to her, until one night. In the MV, Ah Sa and her boyfriend got into a fight, so she drank a lot, which gave William the opportunity to take another step in the relationship. Ah Sa and William had many intimate scenes, but the director wanted Ah Sa togive off a "resist but welcoming" feeling. On camera, the feminine feeling was written all over Ah Sa, William looked helpless.
Asked if William has experienced this kind of situation before? William said: "Nope. I have been drunk before, but I only laugh constantly when I'm drunk, not as good as the male lead in the MV."
Although Ah Sa is a film queen, playing many different types of roles before, but a "resist but welcoming" is the first time. She even explained for her character, she said: "This type of girl uses drunk as a way to relax, giving an opportunity for the person who has a crush on her. Maybe because there are other reasons that she isn't brave enough to confess directly."