Hong Kong Drama “Into The Wild” Begins Filming

The crew held a worship ceremony today.

The crew of Hong Kong drama Into The Wild held a worship ceremony on June 12, 2022, marking the beginning of filming. A worship ceremony typically takes place at the beginning of large filming projects for good luck.

“Into The Wild” Drama Crew | MakerVille

In the drama, Lee Pak, played by popular boy group MIRROR member Stanley Yau, grows up in a rural area while attending a school established by his father, played by actor Lawrence Cheng.

Mirror’s Stanley Yau, Chan Ho Hin, Lawrence Cheng | MakerVille

However, when it comes to his own career path, Lee Pak decides to leave the rural area that he grew up in and establish a tutoring center in the city with his best friend Ngan Ka Tung, played by MIRROR’s Frankie Chan.

MIRROR’s Stanley Yau and Frankie Chan | MakerVille

Despite Lee Pak’s years of hard work, he eventually gets forced out of the tutoring center he built, due to a scandal. With no other options, he takes on the role of Assistant Principal at his father’s school. Unlike the tutoring center he built, the school consists of a run-down building, little-to-no facilities, and a non-standard teaching curriculum.

MIRROR’s Stanley Yau | MakerVille

Lee Pak tackles various obstacles while working at the rural school, and in the end, he finally understands what his father has been preaching all these years — “living life is the best lesson in itself.”

MIRROR’s Frankie Chan | MakerVille

Into The Wild is produced by entertainment company MakerVille for TV station ViuTV, both based in the city of Hong Kong.