Joe chen ming dao dating
For this role, Chen Qiao En has to train under a Korean dance coach and try to grasp the character's emotions when she slowly goes blind.After 2003's highly popular 'Prince Turn To Frog' and 2007's 'Ying Ye 3 1', this is the third time that Chen Qiao En and Ming Dao are paired as lovers on screen.Louis and Joe’s relationship turned sour recently when Louis’s friend Sandra Ng (吳君如) publicly revealed that she had tried to set up Louis with Taiwanese actress Michelle Chen (陳妍希).Joe was angry that she was kept in the dark about their meal dates, and reportedly flew to the United States to mend her broken heart.Joe’s manager expressed that they had not received the script of “Queen of SOP 2”.Revealing that the sequel intended to target at younger viewers, Joe’s manager pointed out that the role might not be suitable for Joe.When asked how she will react if this happens in real life, Chen Qiao En replied: "This will not happen to me.Because I will not get involved in this kind of situations."Chen Qiao En also said that if she really gets involved in a love triangle, she will see if that man is really worth her fighting for him.
The most important thing is that the role must be challenging.
“A crab that fell suddenly from the sky, strange and domineering, clutching the head and poking the eyes.
It teaches you that some things should be looked at silently, and then securely stashed into your heart. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” Fans believed that the crab symbolizes the rumors, and that while Joe feels that being with Louis requires hard work, the challenges only made their relationship stronger than ever. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
After acting together in “The prince who turns into the frog” , Joe Chen (陈乔恩) and Ming Dao (明道) have forged a close friendship and subsequently collaborated in other series.
However, Joe reportedly was dropped off as the lead actress in the sequel of “Queen of SOP” , in which the popular idol series was produced by Ming Dao’s production company.
As Joe reportedly asked for an exorbitant filming fee, she was being downgraded as a guest star in the sequel.