Friday, April 19, 2019

How to Meet Park Bo Gum in Manila

K-drama fans, unite! TNT and Ovation Productions are bringing in South Korean breakthrough actor and superstar Park Bo Gum to the Mall of Asia Arena for the Manila stop of his 2019 Asia tour entitled “May Your Every Day be a Good Day.” 

The fan meet is Park Bo Gum’s way of expressing his gratitude to the fans who have supported and adored him in his blossoming career.

Park Bo Gum has had a steady rise in Korean pop culture since his debut in 2011, eventually breaking through in the 2016 K-drama series 'Love in the Moonlight'.


If you want to win tickets to his fan meet on April 27, 2019; you can join TNT’s online promos on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. All you have to do is:


  • Create your own GIF or photo meme using Park Bo Gum’s videos or photos and post it on Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #TNTParkBoGumMNL

  • Create your own Park Bo Gum Good Day fan art and let us know why you want to meet him by posting on Instagram using the hashtag #TNTParkBoGumMNL

Subscribe to SurfSaya 99 to stay updated with the latest news and promos about Park Bo Gum fan meet, dahil sa TNT SurfSaya, “Mas Masaya ‘Pag Naka-Data.” To register to SurfSaya, dial *121# now.

For more updates and details, visit https://tntph.com/

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Nimo TV: Why Not Start Live Streaming This Summer?

Summer is officially here! If you're looking for something to do to make your summer vacation worthwhile, check out Nimo TV.


Nimo TV is one of the country's leading video game streaming platforms, and an excellent pastime for gamers who want to learn new skills at the same time. It offers 8 – 12 MP quality live streaming and can be accessed via mobile or PC, so you can start live streaming with ease and maybe even eventually turn it into a career.

Nimo TV’s unique ecosystem consists of streamers, viewers, brand sponsors, and celebrity players; so you can discover different techniques when starting your channel. It also has a chat feature where streamers and viewers can talk to one another and exchange tips on how to win a game that they play.

Games like Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), Mobile Legends, Dota 2, Rules of Survival and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive are some of the exciting content that streamers can play via the app.


Nimo TV’s presence in Southeast Asian countries like Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand will also help you increase your fanbase, so you can grow your channel and interact more with other gamers.

Download the Nimo TV app at the App Store or the Google Play store here: https://nimotv.onelink.me/B6cW/25ba46b7


Tuesday, March 12, 2019

The Live-Action 'Aladdin' Movie Better Not Ruin My Childhood

Back in 2014, I once wrote about my love for 'Aladdin' and why it means so much to me. That's why, ever since this whole announcement of a live-action version, I've been worrying that my whole childhood will be ruined.

Well, they just released the official trailer of the movie yesterday and if you haven't seen it yet, here it is:


Honestly, I still have no idea how to feel about some of the things in the trailer. It starts off amazingly with Aladdin running away from the palace guards. We get an adorable glimpse of Abu and Aladdin's love-at-first-sight moment with Jasmine (who also looks great, in my opinion).


And then we see Jafar speaking to Aladdin in the desert... and that's where I start getting worried. I'm still not sold on Jafar's look. From the back, he looks great... but this? Hmm. I think I'll need to see more menacing scenes to make a decision about him.


There is no doubt that Agrabah looks stunning, though, and the costumes are to die for!!! Not to mention Rajah!!! The Cave of Wonders? The Magic Carpet? All stunning! I'm even sold on Will Smith when he comes out of the lamp as the Genie for the first time.


It's when he starts singing that I get thrown off. I love Will Smith and all, but I really still don't know how to feel about him as the Genie. I'm definitely excited to see the whole Prince Ali scene, though.


And I have got to admit: I got super kilig when I heard Aladdin say the "Do you trust me?" And that whole montage of scenes at the end while they play 'A Whole New World' gives me a bit of hope. Still not gonna get my hopes up too high, though.

I think my biggest problem with this whole live-action version of 'Aladdin' is the fact that it was completely unnecessary to begin with. 'Aladdin' has always been the perfect Disney movie in my eyes and I am now so worried that they will ruin it. Let's hope they don't.