Hit Korean series Legend of the Blue Sea, which stars Lee Min Ho and Jun Ji-hyun, and Goblin, top billed by Gong Yoo and Kim Go-eun, are renewing the interest of local viewers in Korean drama. Since their premiere last week, both series have been trending on social media and outshining their competition in rival …
The National Youth Commission (NYC) is opening its doors to aspiring young filmmakers with the launch of Sine Kabataan Short Film Competition.
Kapuso star Kris Bernal debuts on the cover of a popular men’s magazine to finally come out of her shell to show a side of her personality unbeknownst to people who still see her as sweet and innocent.
Metro Magazine’s June cover will stay in your social media timeline for a while. That’s for sure.
The Voice Philippines runner-up Daryl Ong is ready to make his mark on the music world. Gearing up to a solo concert with plans to create original music running through his mind, the former animator turned singer eagerly answered the question: What can we expect from his first solo major show?
We can only have one search engine (Google), socmed app (Facebook), video sharing site (YouTube), photo sharing account (Instagram), or microblog (Twitter). All the rest are just alternatives, novelties, or new players that will be out of the picture in no time.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been sifting through popular streaming sites, including the one ABS-CBN sued for $8 million for copyright infringement, looking for the most watched Korean Drama in the region. Most of the sites I visited were consistent about one thing – they all show Goblin as one of the top dramas online.
It’s a fact that a lot of local filmmakers have alternatives ideas and they can produce so much content, which beg to be seen by a wider audience. But commercial theaters, however, aren’t exactly the venue, which can help them exhibit their works.