"Coffee for me? But i didn’t order coffee’ - Tze Nei
I would say Outbound Love falls in the romance and slice-of-life genre, portraying a typical love story between a couple where the female lead dislike the male lead and ended up liking him.
The filming took place in Malaysia giving me a different feel and I like the calming pace it started off. Though the plot wasn’t all that exciting and a little predictable, it was still a decent and relaxing drama to watch. In such a drama with a typical plot the characters are what could stand out in the drama and make it a rememberable drama. Unfortunately Law Sik Sik character is a bit plain in my opinion and good thing was Luk Kung Tsz character is a little more mysterious and interesting.
I don’t have anything against Aimee Chan but I’ve discover there are very little roles she acted that I may say I like. Her acting in Outbound Love isn’t superb but passing as Law Sik Sik’s character. It’s very hard to describe but at some points her acting wasn’t that natural to me.
At some point I got really annoyed at the over played theme song. Not only it’s the theme song but also constantly played during the drama. It definitely wouldn’t hurt to play another song.
It was a decent drama but definitely wouldn’t be one that I recommend my friend to watching.
Stupid of me that I accidentally deleted my old account. But I’ve re-opned it using the same name. I was going to just leave it and let the blog disappeared but I couldn’t because the effort I’ve put in before. And occasionally I want to express my thoughts about the TVB dramas or Chinese related. Though before it’s all TVB related posts I’ve decided to add in Asian drama posts this time (because I’ve been watching a lot of TVB dubbed Korean/Japanese dramas).
Depending on my time I will try to post or reblog posts of my own interest.