Apple of my Eye’s Kai Ko Spotted Partying Despite COVID-19 Measures Coz of His Bright Pink Cap


Here are the three most used sentences across the entire world in Apr 2020:

“Keep your masks on when outside of your home.”

“Keep a one-metre distance between you and another person.”

“Try not to touch your face before touching your face.”

Easy to remember, right?

Unfortunately, there are some people who just can’t seem to understand what these three sentences mean.

400 of them here in Singapore and in Taiwan, an actor and his friends.

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Meet Kai Ko, A Taiwanese Actor 

Okay, you might not recognise the name but Singaporeans will probably know this movie:

You’re The Apple Of My Eye (那些年,我們一起追的女孩)

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That’s right, the 2011 Taiwanese romantic movie that had many Singaporeans living through their own bittersweet memories.

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Many manly tears were shed during the screening of the movie.


Kai Ko plays the main male lead of the show, Ko Ching-teng, who is a nice but mischievous and immature boy.

Well, as it turns out, the movie might have ended 8 years ago but he didn’t grow up and was caught doing something he shouldn’t have done.

Kai Ko Caught Partying With Friends

On 15 Apr, 8Days reported that Kai Ko was spotted partying with his friend in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic recently.

Image: 8Days / No mask, rule #1 broken.

He was reportedly spotted outside his father’s bar, Asylum, wearing a hot pink cap.

Ironically, on 5 Apr, he had told fans that he was “going mouldy” staying at home because of Covid-19.

About 40 People Spotted Going In And Out Of The Bar

According to the report, the bar’s business picked up from 11.30pm onwards.

The reporter who was staking out the bar claimed that about 40 people went in and out of the bar during their stakeout.

At around 2.30am, a drunk man who seemingly passed out was carried out of the bar by a group of people, one of whom is Kai Ko wearing a pink cap.

Image: 8Days / Clearly no one-metre safe distancing, rule #2 broken

It Eventually Ended At 3.30pm

After the group managed to get the drunk man into the car, Kai Ko laughed and shush his friends, presumedly trying to get them not to make too much noise.

Image: 8Days / Putting his finger to his lips to shush the others, rule #3 broken

Kai Ko was spotted leaving with two men and five women, including fellow celebrities McFly (also known as Da Fei) and actress Cathy Shyu.


Taiwan’s Very Strict When It Comes To Anti-Covid-19 Measures

Taiwan might be close to the epicentre of the coronavirus, which originated from Wuhan, but they’ve successfully managed to keep their number of cases low throughout this entire period.

As of the time of writing, the country only has 395 cases.

They’re so good that other countries have been trying to learn from them for quite a while now.

Besides safe distancing measures, Taiwan is also not afraid to do what it takes to get people to listen to their instructions.

For example, during the period when they were trying to get people to stop travelling high-risk areas, they made a decision to publish the names of those who still insist on travelling there.

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We don’t know what will happen to Kai Ko but one thing for sure, he’s probably really stressed out right now.



“Keep your masks on when outside of your home.”

“Keep a one-metre distance between you and another person.”

“Try not to touch your face before touching your face.”

Singapore’s not really easygoing when it comes to our people breaking the safe distancing measures too so make sure to memorise the three lines above, yeah?

Oh, and one more line here: Only go out for essential business.


You can find out more about the measures here.