Links to Temptation

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Links To Temptation
誘情轉駁
Genre Modern thriller
Starring Steven Ma
Yoyo Mung
Fala Chen
Johnson Lee
Timmy Hung
Kenny Wong
Opening theme Oi Ching Juen Bok (愛情轉駁 Love Transfer)
performed by Fala Chen
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 20
Production
Producer(s) Tsui Yu-on
Editor(s) Lau Chi-wah
Location(s) Hong Kong
Camera setup Multi camera
Running time 45 minutes (each)
Production company(s) TVB
Broadcast
Original channel TVB Jade
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run 13 December 2010 (2010-12-13)  – 7 January 2011 (2011-01-07)
External links
Website

Links to Temptation (Traditional Chinese: 誘情轉駁) is a 2010 Hong Kong modern suspense drama starring Steven Ma, Yoyo Mung, Fala Chen and Kenny Wong.

Synopsis[edit]

Kwan Ho-Chin (Yoyo Mung) is the daughter of rich businessman Ko Wing-Tai (Lau Tan), Ko not only abandoned the unborn Kwan and her mother in Macao but stole her mother's life savings to begin his business empire. Years later in Hong Kong Kwan plots revenge, and hires Macao pole dancer Hung Long-Kiu (Fala Chen) to seduce Ko with the aim of pretending that Hung is Ko's daughter once they have become lovers. Ko is prevented from consummating his relationship with Hung, but is fooled into thinking that Hung is indeed his long lost daughter. With her plan to convince Ko that he has committed incest foiled, Kwan instead sets her sights on Ko's fortune, and asks Hung to play along with Ko's misconception. Ko treats Hung as his own flesh and blood and tries to make amends for being an absent father, rewriting his will to favour Hung over his own son.

Shing Wai-shun (Steven Ma) is a barrister in love with Hung since a chance encounter in Macao. At times thinking that she is an innocent victim and at times a mercenary opportunist. They become a couple but when Ho and Kwan die in quick succession the finger of suspicion points to Hung, Shing must defend his loved one in court, but even he must ask himself did Hung kill Ho and then Kwan for her inheritance.

Cast and characters[edit]

Kwan Family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Mannor Chan Kwan Yuk-sheung
關玉嫦
Ko Wing-tai's ex-wife
Kwan Ho-ching's mother
Ko Chung-wing's stepmother
Suffered from mental disorder
Died of a heart attack in Episode 16
Yoyo Mung Kwan Ho-ching
關可晴
Jessie
A mobile phone shop owner
Ko Wing-tai and Kwan Yuk-sheung's daughter
Ko Chung-wings half-younger sister
Lau Hau-fai's girlfriend, but later broke up
Shing Wai-yip's girlfriend, but later broke up
Hung Long-kiu's friend, but later broke up
Made use of Hung Long-kiu and Lau Hau-fai
Framed Ko Wing-tai and Ko Chung-wing
Killed by Lau Hau-fai in Episode 18
(Main villain)

Shing Family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Yu Yang Shing Lap-yan
成立仁
David
A lawyer
Leung Kwai-fan's husband
Shing Wai-shun and Shing Wai-yip's father
Helen Ma Leung Kwai-fan
梁桂芬
Shing Lap-yan's wife
Shing Wai-shun and Shing Wai-yip's mother
Steven Ma Shing Wai-shun
成偉信
Wilson
A barrister
Shing Lap-yan and Leung Kwai-fan's elder son
Shing Wai-yip's elder brother
Hung Long-kiu's boyfriend, later husband
Kwan Ho-ching's friend
Disqualified from barrister for 5 years due to covering up Hung Long-kiu to escape in Episode 20
Johnson Lee Shing Wai-yip
成偉業
Billy
An insurance claims adjuster
Shing Lap-yan and Leung Kwai-fan's younger son
Shing Wai-shun's younger brother
Kwan Ho-ching's boyfriend, but later broke up

Ko Family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Lau Dan Ko Wing-tai (Ko Fung)
高永泰 (高峰)
Chairman of Wing Tai Ko Trading Company
A landlord in Mong Kok
Kwan Yuk-sheung's ex-husband
Ko Chung-wing and Kwan Ho-ching's father
Hung Long-kiu's lover, and believed to be her father
Ho Kwok-cheung's boss
Lam Chung-pau's enemy
Framed by Hung Long-kiu
Killed by Lau Hau-fai in Episode 16
Kenny Wong Ko Chung-wing
高忠榮
Car dealer owner -> Chairman of Wing Tai Ko Trading Company
Ko Wing-tai's son
Kwan Yuk-sheung's stepson
Kwan Ho-ching's half-elder brother
Lau Hau-wah's friend and boss
Lam Chung-pau's enemy
Framed Hung Long-kiu
Jailed for one year for cheating insurance claims in Episode 13
Released from jail in Episode 18
Ordered Lau Hau-fai to kill Ko Wing-tai and Kwan Ho-ching
Jailed for life in Episode 20
(Main villain)

Other casts[edit]

Cast Role Description
Fala Chen Hung Long-kiu
熊朗蕎
JoJo
Pole dancer
Shing Wai-shun's girlfriend, later wife
(Semi-villain)
Timmy Hung Lau Hau-fai
劉孝輝
Car dealer staff -> Solicitor office assistant
Suffered from stuttering
Ko Chung-wing's best friend and subordinate
Kwan Ho-ching's boyfriend, but later broke up
Ordered by Ko Chung-wing to kill Kwan Ho-Ching and Ko Wing-tai
Jailed for life in Episode 20
(Semi-villain)
Eric Li Po Ying-tat
蒲英達
Hung Long-kiu's ex-boyfriend
Blackmailed Hung Long-kiu
(Villain)
Ben Wong Ho Kwok-cheung
何國祥
KC
Ko Wing-tai's assistant
Framed by Hung Long-kiu
Sarah Song Dai Mei-yan
戴美欣
Cherry
Telecom sales -> Electrical appliance sales
Bestfriend of Hung Long-kiu
Matthew Ko Stanley Sing Wai-shun's friend
Loved Hung Long-kiu
Tracy Ip Alice A lawyer
Shing Wai-shun's job partner
Mary Hon Ho Hoon
何歡
Hung Long-kiu and Yan's landlady
Mr. Tsui's mistress
Chu Wai-tak Mr. Tsui
崔生
Mrs. Tsui's husband
Ho Hoon's lover
Died in Chapter 4
Fung So-bor Mrs. Tsui
崔太
Mr. Tsui's wife
Yu Tsz-ming Sham Kung
岑公
Triad leader
Lam Chung-pau's leader
Ko Wing-tai's friend
Gordon Liu Lam Chung-pau
林中豹
Triad leader
Sham Kung's subordinate
Lam Ko Wing-tai and Ko Chung-wing's enemy
Made use of Ko Chung-wing
Innocently jailed in Episode 20 for carrying drugs in his car
Framed by Tai Kau
(Villain)
Sin Ho-ying Tai Kau
大舊
Triad member
Lam Chung-pau's subordinate
Bribed by Ko Chung-wing to frame Lam Chung-pau
(Villain)
Jeanette Leung Suet
Lam Chung-pau's daughter
Suffered from mental disorder after taking excessive heroin

Viewership ratings[edit]

Week Episodes Average Points Peaking Points References
1
13 December – 17 December 2010
1 — 5
27
31
[1]
2
20 December – 23 December 2010
6 — 9
28
[2]
3
27 December – 31 December 2010
10 — 14
27
[3]
4
3 January – 7 January 2011
15 — 20
29
35
[4]

Awards and nominations[edit]

45th TVB Anniversary Awards 2011[edit]

  • Nominated: Best Drama
  • Nominated: Best Supporting Actor (Kenny Wong)

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • TVB.com Links to Temptation - Official Website (Chinese)