HK actor Bosco Wong says he doesn't mind working with ex-girlfriend Myolie Wu

Bosco Wong dated Myolie Wu for eight years. Photos: Bosco Wong/Instagram, Filepic

Hong Kong actor Bosco Wong shared that there is no bad blood between him and his ex-girlfriend actress Myolie Wu, Sina Online reported.

In a recent interview to promote his new TVB drama, Mission Run, Wong said that he doesn’t mind collaborating with Wu – whom he famously dated for eight years – in the future.

"I'm open to the idea, but she has kids to take care of now," the 42-year-old said.

The Forensic Heroes V star also added in the interview that he still keeps in touch with Wu and maintains a good friendship with her.

"I still contact (Myolie) from time to time. I usually message her during festive seasons and on her birthday to wish her," he said.

For context, the actor and Wu started dating in 2004 after they met on the set of War Of In-Laws but broke up in 2012 due to irreconcilable differences.

Three years later in 2015, the 43-year-old actress tied the knot with a businessman named Philip Lee. The couple share three kids – Brendon, five, Ryan, three, and Liam, one.

Despite breaking up after such a long courtship, Wong has always been supportive of Wu's current marriage.

According to reports, the actor once said in 2016 that he had no qualms attending Wu’s traditional Hakka wedding if she invited him and even wished for her to "have happiness and grow old with her partner together".

Many netizens praised Wong for being mature and open about his ex-girlfriend's present relationship. Some also commented feeling happy that both parties are at peace with one another.

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