English Title: The Mysteries of Love
Chinese Title: ????
Chinese Title: ????
Cantonese Title: Tam Ching Suet Ngon
Broadcast Period: May 24, 2010 – June 25, 2010
Genre: Modern Drama
Length: 20 episodes
Producer: Lau Ka Ho
Scriptwriter: Wong Yuk Tak & Leung Man Wah
Cast: Raymond Lam, Tavia Yeung, Kenneth Ma, Bernice Liu, Lisa. S., Ruco Chan, Mary Hon, Law Lok Lam, Lee Kwok Lun, Jazz Lam, Evergreen Mak, Jess Shum
This is a love story between a professor and a policewoman. Their dating experience is enhanced with sense and sensibility through the application of interesting physics theories on the investigation of various crime cases.
KING POK (Raymond Lam) is regarded as the youngest genius in physics and he is appointed as an associate professor in a Hong Kong university. Invited by his good friend LO TIN-HANG (Kenneth Ma), Senior Inspector of Police at Regional Crime Unit, POK assists in cracking many mysterious crime cases and he also meets the policewoman CHUI SIU-LAI (Tavia Yeung) during the process. The rational POK evaluates that he has fallen in love with LAI because of a love hormone called “phenylalanine”. However, owing to the huge difference in their family background and life value, POK fails to tackle their ever-changing relationship problems with formulas.
On the other hand, the romantic and uninhibited HANG has been maintaining a sex only relationship with the journalist LING MAN-KA (Bernice Liu). HANG doesn’t believe in eternity and he is only looking for sensual pleasure in a woman. However, his belief is suddenly shattered when he learns that MAN is going to get married.
Comments: It's finally here! Can't wait. The cast is awesome and we already know they'll have chemistry. Not only does it have four popular leads, Raymond Wong and Ruco Chan will both join the supporting cast as intelligent villains. Phew, I thought I wouldn't see Ruco for quite some time. I love case solving series and this looks like it'll have a couple good ones. Hopefully, it doesn't turn out to be copied too much from Detective Galileo, the series The Mysteries of Love was based off of. The physics theme is fresh and sounds interesting. I really hope this series doesn't disappoint!