Adrian Peter Tse
Oct 20, 2015

Watch: Inside Samsung Hong Kong's Galaxy Note 5 campaign

HONG KONG - Campaign Asia headed over to the Cheil office in Hong Kong to get an inside look at a "live activation" for Samsung's Galaxy Note 5, featuring local celebrities Louis Koo and Michelle Loo.

The event involved the two acting out suggestions submitted by social-media users in real time, with their scenes broadcast live by the Galaxy Note 5.


Louis Koo at the Cheil office in Hong Kong


Watch the live YouTube broadcast event with Louis Koo and Michelle Loo:




The Samsung Hong Kong Galaxy Note 5 campaign video:




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