Wishcovery Originals grand winner Peniel Roxas wins Lumina House and Lot

Singer-songwriter Peniel Roxas has finally made her dreams come true. As the grand champion of Wishcovery Originals, she just won P1 million cash, a recording contract, a brand-new car, and a house and lot from Lumina Homes.

Wishcovery Originals is a Wish 107.5-produced competition for talented Filipino singer-songwriters.

“I just want to thank my family, my friends, and everyone who found my music, listened to my music, or found something special in me because most of the time, I don’t think I deserve it. Thank you, thank you so much for seeing me and seeing my music,” Roxas said in her speech.

Roxas, along with her fellow finalists, showed off their singing and songwriting chops in front of 800 people at the LausGroup Event Center in Pampanga.

Strict health and safety protocols were implemented throughout the show. Prior to the grand finals, the contestants, staff guest performers, including Juan Karlos Labajo, Oh, Flamingo!, and Mayonnaise, and the audience members tested negative for COVID-19.

The live performances of the finalists composed 80% of their final score, while the remaining 20% came from the total number of views in their Wishclusive videos. The power-viewing period took place from October 25 to November 5.

The panel of judges was comprised of Mayonnaise’s Monty Macalino, Jungee Marcelo, and Jay R, who kept in touch with the contestants through a virtual setup.

Since the lockdowns started, the Wishcovery Grand Finals marks the first time performers and a sizeable audience gathered for an in-person musical event in the country.

A peek into Peniel’s Lumina house and lot

Roxas is set to move into her new home at the Aimee home. One of Lumina’s best-selling rowhouses, Aimee features a 22-square-meter floor area on a 36-square-meter lot.

It includes a living area, dining and kitchen, one bedroom provision, one toilet and bath, and a service area.

Roxas also has a chance to choose a location from any of Lumina Homes’ available locations nationwide! Lumina has over 50 developments in key locations across the country: Rizal, Bulacan, Pampanga, Bataan, Zambales, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Pangasinan, La Union, Cagayan, Isabela, Cavite, Batangas, Laguna, Quezon, Camarines Norte, Albay, Sorsogon, Iloilo, Capiz, Cebu, Negros Occidental, Agusan del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur, Bukidnon, Misamis Occidental, Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur, and South Cotabato.

For more information and announcements, follow @luminahomesofficial on Facebook or visit Lumina Homes’ official website at www.lumina.com.ph.

‘Your Song of Excellence’ Grand Winners to receive almost P600,000 worth of cash prize and premium items

A great big chance at stardom made possible by the team up of dream makers and mentors!

Such is the opportunity that is at stake for the grand winners of Taiwan Excellence’s “Your Song of Excellence” online singing competition.

A new breed of champions (1 Male, 1 Female and 1 Group winner) is set to come home richer in experience and in prizes this October 30 at the “Your Song of Excellence” Grand Finals courtesy of the show’s Premier Partners.

A recording deal from Ivory Music, together with over half a million prize pool composed of cash prizes and premium personal care items from Taiwan Excellence’s partners and reliable dream makers, Aromase, a brand that prides itself in ensuring the wellness of the people’s scalp with products that offer lasting effects, and Ju Tian Cleantech, a company that is dedicated into transforming natural wasted resources into eco-friendly and useful materials, are all set to jumpstart the personal and professional lives of the grand prize winners.

After besting the 45 other regional finalists and making it into the top 3 grand finalists of their respective categories, 9 performers from different regions in the country are inching closer and closer into making their dreams a reality.

Under the Male Division there are Lloyd Sarausos , Renz Robosa, and
Jeltrud Eran, meanwhile, Edel Sanchez Quibol, Kyla Jose, and Julia Faith Joaquin have made it under the Female Division. Wrapping up the roster are the group grand finalists composed of Monzter Jam, Septemberryfield , and Barra.

These finalists will be going head-to-head in order to gain the approval of the esteemed panel of judges of “Your Song of Excellence” composed of the country’s finest OPM gems Bituin Escalante, Jay Durias, Frenchie Dy, and Paulo Zarate.

The public may then vote for their favorite grand finalist to become the grand winner. Voting for their favorite, male, female, and group finalists will start from October 24 to October 28 at the Taiwan Excellence Facebook Page (https://m.facebook.com/TaiwanExcellence.ph). They may support their chosen singer by commenting the hashtag of the finalist together with the contest’s official hashtags: #YourSongOfExcellence, #TaiwanExcellencePH, and #ExcellenceEveryday.

Adding some spice in leveling up the competition during the grand finals, supporters of the finalists have the option to do a Booster Vote. This specific vote can instantly gain the chosen contender some 50 votes simply by buying any item at the Taiwan Excellence Shopee Page (https://shopee.ph/taiwan_excellence?v=d41&smtt=0.0.3). In order to activate the Booster Vote, the voter must add the item order ID at the Taiwan Excellence comments section.

All  grand finalists would then be judged based on the following criteria: 40% online votes, 25% voice quality, 25% creative musicality and 10% stage presence.

Paulo especially noted how the performers have offered different takes on their  songs.

“This is a singing competition so you have to move up,” he said.

Meanwhile, Bituin pointed out the notable elements of group performances when she said,

“When you have  solid harmonies and when you go in sync, a song is so easy to enjoy.”

Find out the world class performers who would receive a virtual kickstart to their singing careers by following the Taiwan Excellence PH Facebook page (https://m.facebook.com/TaiwanExcellence.ph).

“Your Song of Excellence” is organized by Taiwan Excellence together with its premiere partners Aromase, a brand that prides itself in ensuring the wellness of the people’s scalp with products that offer lasting effects, and Ju Tian Cleantech, a company that is dedicated into transforming natural wasted resources into eco-friendly and useful materials. Also joining Taiwan Excellence in this endeavor are its major partners ACER, Annie’s Way, ASUS, FECA, Johnson Fitness & Wellness, PC Express, Predator, Republic of Gamers, Tatung and Transcend.

Warner Music Philippines Signs Up New Homegrown Artists

Warner Music Philippines recently announced its four new signed artists Quest, St. Wolf, Keiko Necesario, and Leanne & Naara during its Christmas party with the press last December 5, 2019 at 19 East, Sucat, Muntinlupa City.

The Philippine premiere Filipino singer, rapper, songwriter, and producer Quest is best known for his 2012 hit song “Sige Lang,” which topped numerous charts, garnered various awards, and even became the theme song for the basketball team Gilas Pilipinas. In 2016, Quest was awarded with the Best Inspirational Song for his single “Higher,” and Album of the Year for “Life of a Champion” at the Awit Awards. Early this year, he released a new single called “Permanente” with Kianna Valenciano, and since then, he has been focusing his career on his new album “Dream Awake.”

St. Wolf is an up and coming band who started in 2015. Consisting of members KL Dela Cruz (vocals), Vince Lucero (guitars), Karlo Maglasang (bass) and Bob Sadural (drums), St. Wolf has released remarkable songs such as “Papara,” “Taguan” and “Jealousy.” The band is part of the latest Coke Studio Philippines series.

Keiko Necesario is a singer-songwriter who has been independently creating her own albums and songs. In 2015, she released and produced her very first album, a ten-track compilation called “Through It All.” Her cover of the song “Both Sides Now” by Joni Mitchell was featured on the British TV series “Ackley Bridge” early this year. Keiko’s songs such as “While We Are Young,” “Panaginip” and “Paano Na” among others comprised the original motion soundtrack of “Ang Babaeng Allergic sa Wifi” released in 2017. 

Leanne & Naara, a rising singer-songwriter duo has been playing since college and was formed in 2012. After releasing their single “Again” in 2016, the song topped the charts on Spotify ranking number one in the Philippines and number twelve in the Global Viral Charts. Since then, they have released new singles including “New York and Back,” “Make Me Sing,” “Rest,” “Destination,” and even their own version of fellow Warner Music Philippine artist Nina’s “Someday.”

For more information, follow Warner Music Philippines @warnermusciph on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Carly Rae Jepsen Brings ‘The Dedicated Tour’ to Manila

Pop star Carly Rae Jepsen will be bringing her ‘The Dedicated Tour’ to Manila on October 23 at the New Frontier Theater. Tickets will be on-sale starting August 31 via TicketNet.com.ph and at all TicketNet outlets nationwide. Presented by concert promoter Wilbros Live.

Fans can expect a night full of hits as Carly Rae Jepsen will be performing her chart-topping songs, including “Cut to the Feeling”, “Call Me Maybe”, “Party for One”, “I Really Like You”, “Boy Problems”, “Emotion”, “Run Away with Me” and many more.

After Carly Rae Jepsen released her critically acclaimed album E·MO·TION in 2015, it became “a modern touchstone for a new crop of pop-leaning artists and legacy acts,” as NPR noted, adding “the blast radius of E•MO•TION is expansive.” The album also inspired an abundance of memes — extending the cultural cachet that Jepsen earned from the ubiquity of her Grammy-nominated blockbuster hit “Call Me Maybe” (from her U.S debut album Kiss), which not only climbed to No. 1 on the iTunes Singles charts in over 47 countries, sold over 20 million singles worldwide, and was certified Diamond in the U.S., but was referenced by everyone from former secretary-of-state Colin Powell to Cookie Monster. 

Jepsen’s new album, Dedicated, retains the joyful, hook-filled feeling of its predecessor. But where E*MO*TION, which featured the platinum single “I Really Like You,” was an ’80s-influenced synth-pop classic that Rolling Stone called “a pop masterclass” and Stereogum called “indisputable, unfuckwithable pop genius,” Dedicated has a more ’70s-inspired feel at times (though the album defies categorization as a whole). At one point, Jepsen was sure she was making a disco opus. “The title was going to be ‘Disco Sweat,’” she says with a laugh. “I really bought into it.” But Jepsen had a change of heart thanks to her travels over the past two years, which included writing trips to the Swedish countryside (“It was spring and there were fields of flowers, homemade breads, and kittens running everywhere”) and a beach in Nicaragua, where she surfed and stayed in a cabana-like casita. Then there was an Eat Pray Love-esque solo vacation in Italy. “I had so many songs,” she says. “I needed some space to walk around, reflect, eat pasta, and get to know myself a bit.”

In Photos: Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino, A Multi-Platform Celebration

Heavy rains and traffic failed to halt Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino (LMP) for staging a record-breaking 70+ music showcases in various venues across the country.

Presented by Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) and National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the multi-platform celebration succeeded in its commitment to offering a broad spectrum of Filipino music talents to a diverse audience, transforming public spaces such as malls and train stations into music performance spectacles and curating top-notch performances in bars, concert halls, theatres, and multimedia outlets.

Railway Jams and busking activities

LMP kicked off its campaign with Railway Jams, a series of live music activities in select LRT stations that run from July 4 to 27. Several artist-members from Organisasyon Ng Musikang Pilipino ng mga Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) performed original material and familiar covers to entertain commuters from different walks of life. The partnership also attracted positive reception from the riding public, allowing them to discover the city’s wealth of music talents and ongoing support for cultural awareness.

As precursor to LMP’s week-long celebration, several music venues in Metro Manila also held open mic and busking sessions that promote upcoming homegrown acts and underrated music finds. It’s also worth noting that Powerplant Mall and Lucky Chinatown Mall offered their space to mount music shows aimed to serenade guests while they dine or shop. One performance in particular proved to be a standout with its world-class musicality: alt-rock and jazz songstress Cooky Chua collaborated with The Manila String Machine for a soothing but elegantly produced number that instantly wowed both the crowd and the curious bystanders in the mall.

Notable showcases

People braved the rainy season to catch some of the finest performances at the Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino, resulting into packed venues and much-buzzed highlights on social media.

Veteran alternative rock icon Rizal Underground reunited for a one-night only concert at the ‘70s Bistro on the opening week of the LMP. The ‘90s hitmakers churned out their signature anthems “Bilanggo,” “Diskaril,” “Sabado Nights,” to name a few, and was joined by Eddie Siojo on Betrayed’s punk classic “Never Meant To Be This Way.”

More music fans joined the music soiree at the Batang ‘90s showcase in Historia Bar on July 31. They were in for a treat as perennial favorites Barbie Almalbis, Dong Abay, Wency Cornejo, and Color It Red delivered engaging performances that include their past hits and new material.

Rak of Aegis, the acclaimed Pinoy musical also made a glorious comeback with a sold-out, two-day run at the Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino. With Rappler praising the latest iteration for its “abundance of exuberance and joy in the delivery,” and for remaining truthful to its source material, the Barangay Venezia gang took the Aegis back catalog to roof-raising highs with yet another round of awesome song numbers and top-caliber acting.

Launch Parade

Aside from ringing the nostalgia dial, the Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino hosted several single, music video and album launches of established and independent local music acts from different parts of the country. The special showcase includes Bulacan indie-pop outfit Blind Stereo Moon, which premiered the music video of their single “Bulalakaw” at the ‘70s Bistro; husband-and-wide tandem A Couple of Notes, which launched their latest single “Sa Piling Mo” at Jess and Pats; and singer-songwriter Benedict Sy and alt-pop collective Approaching Zero, which held their single release party at World’s End and Upperhouse BGC, respectively. 

PhilPop 2018 Grand Winner Chud Festejo from Davao City also debuted his newest EP, Laro Laro at Route 196, while PhilPop 2018 runner-up Ferdinand Aragan debuted his latest independently released single” Dinamalayan” on the same venue and date. Both artists raised the bar in terms of live performance and output, coming to terms with their newfound success and evolving as musicians with a more honed perspective in career and songwriting style.

A Memorable Closer

Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino capped off this year’s run with a well-applauded ensemble performance at ABS-CBN’s longest running Sunday variety show, ASAP Natin ‘To. OPM members Bea Lorenzo, Ferdinand Aragon, and Bayang Barrios, were joined by mainstays Regine Velasquez, Inigo Pascual and JM de Guzman on putting a contemporary spin on smash Pinoy hits from the previous decades.

With a well-curated music program and a bigger fifth year run, Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino is poised to become a staple multi-genre festival with longer staying power and undeniable impact. Here’s hoping for more years of support and love.

LMP is also brought to you by Light Rail Manila Corporation, Ikot MNL, Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA), Power Plant Mall, PhilPop, and other digital, bars and other production partners.

Going ONCE, Going TWICE

Concerts. Music Festivals. As I live and breathe, such have been my playground for over half a decade. Maybe I’ve been to close to a hundred events, if we’ll include bar gigs and mall shows. Music is life. It is what salvages me from combusting in the daily grind that is corporate slavery. I can’t pinpoint the exact time nor artist that started the ball rolling. Although I suspect it was most likely a Bigfish Manila event sometime in late 2000s. I was into international DJs and bands (rock, pop-punk ones to be exact) for as long as I could remember. Bazooka Rocks Fest, Road to Ultra, Sonic Carnival, Paradise International Music Festival and Bigfish Innovation White are way up on my list as the memorable events. From Britney to Boyzone, to Kanye West to Zedd, to Mayday Parade to All Time Low, seen them, dropped dead.

So if anyone would have told me during the heyday of my EDM haze and rock enthusiasm that I would one day become a kpop stan, I would’ve laughed so hard that person may very well curse me to the ends of the earth. Don’t get me wrong, I have actually had the chance to listen to kpop way before the whole Hallyu fever swept though the world. I knew of the first gen (we are current on the 4th gen now apparently) artists and actually liked BoA, Shinhwa, S.E.S.  and Rain (before he became everyone’s wyecandy when he starred in the kdrama Full House). It’s just that I would never consider spending a penny for something I don’t really understand. Concerts and music fests aren’t what you would label as a cheap thrill. You do actually have to invest in the experience, and so I did.

Fast forward to the last quarter of 2017, kpop girlgroup TWICE released in what I would later find out was their first full album, Twicetagram. And with it was the song that got me curious (and regretful? Kidding.) enough to check the video out and bam! Likey and the hit which followed, Heart Shaker, proved to be the double whammy that will lure me into the abyss called being a kpop stan lol. I got myself a copy of said album during the early part of 2018. And I’ve spiraled down since :p K-pop artists are apparently notorious for releasing mini albums which could contain any number of tracks from 2 to 5 or maybe a bit more if you get lucky. And they release these mini albums like quarterly almost and they have about ten thousand versions per album. Okay maybe 3 versions but having been a collector of band albums in general, of course the norm is just one album version and they’d release one every so or so number of years. And then there are merch from pins to fans to keychains to friggin photocards coz yes, their faces in mini photos deserve to be collected and some are even more expensive than a concert ticket. And for the love of TWICE, I delved into it all. 3 version albums – check; photocards – check; merch – check; concerts – big fat check.

My first TWICE concert was supposedly in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia last July 2018. Imagine being a ONCE (that’s what you all their fandom, FYI) for less than a year and already having such burst of passion to go fly out to finally watch them live. But lo and behold, such was not the story. The concert was scheduled for a Saturday night, and my friends and I arrived in KL on a Friday morning whereas TWICE arrived sometime in the afternoon and managed to hold their presscon even. But on that fateful night, less than 24 hours before the concert, a cancellation notice broke thousands of hearts, mine included. Technical and safety issues were laid down as reasons for the abrupt decision.

With my broken heart and still hazy mind, there was still the strong desire to see them live. And while we don’t spit dough in this economy, we must toil to make any dream come true. And so, Jakarta Indonesia it was. A month later, finally, oh finally. My first TWICE concert. Everything was superb, they were a sight to behold, they sounded wonderful, it was an experience not soon to be forgotten. And just March of this year, my Japan coincided with their Dome Tour. Now what fool would miss this chance. Their Osaka show was on the exact time I was there and even if tickets were sold exclusively to fanclub members, which I sadly wasn’t, the heavens made a way to find a fanclub member very much willing to get me a ticket. And it was yet a whole other experience. Osaka Dome Tour was phenomenal, if I could sum it up.

But of course, there is nothing like watching them in your own country. So when they announced a would tour that effin-finally included Manila, I was ready for a throwdown. We all know how horrendous ticketing services are in the country: the disorganized queue for the physical tickets and the sites that bog down during the day of selling. And surprisingly, though not unexpected, tickets managed to be sold out in a matter of three hours or so. Many clamored for a day 2 but scheduling is a bitch when you’re Asia’s top girlgroup. And my cursed arse, yes, it must really be me, failed to get a ticket. 🙁

And now that Twicelights in Manila is bound to happen in days, do I still have a chance?

                             Yes or Yes?

Dreamcatcher: Invitation to Nightmare Manila

In some Native American cultures, a dreamcatcher or dream catcher is a handmade willow hoop, on which is woven a net or web. The dreamcatcher may also include sacred items such as certain feathers or beads, believed to give its owner good dreams.

But for k-pop fans, Dreamcatcher is their version of rockstars, sans the instruments. Originally debuting in 2014 as MINX with 5 members Jiu, Dua, Siyeon, Yoohyeon and Dami, they eventually added 2 members Gahyeon and Handong to re-debut as Dreamcatcher in 2017. On that same year, they released their first EP titled “Prequel”, which debuted at number 5 on the Billboard World Albums Chart and peaked at No. 1 on the US iTunes K-Pop Top 100 Chart.

It was March this year when Dreamcatcher held a tri-city Asian tour (Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines) called “Invitation from Nightmare City”. While the Jakarta stop was later on cancelled, their Manila show proceeded last March 24 at the SM Sky Dome. This was the final stop of the short tour, much to the delight of PH Insomnia (their fandom name).

Some may say there is eeriness to their sound. Reminiscent of 90’s Japanese bands even. The strong drum beats, rap, mixed with melodious singing. And if you would listen to their instrumentals, the heavy feels of electronica can be felt. Not to say that these girls can’t belt out a heartwarming ballad as they have a couple of slow songs that’s more guitar than drum-based showcasing their voice colors and distinct styles in singing. Their sound is truly what sets them apart from a slew of girlgroups that have come out through the years. When heard, they may sound raw and hard but when seen, they are performers to behold.

And if your music company changing its name from Happyface Entertainment to Dreamcatcher Company doesn’t prove that they are as real as a dream come true, I don’t know what will.

Dreamcatcher: Invitation to Nightmare City Manila was presented by MyMusicTaste.

Jesse McCartney MNL

Somewhere between Aaron Carter and Justin Bieber, there was another blonde boy who proved that nice guys definitely don’t finish last. In 2003 at sweet sixteen, Jesse McCartney may not have been expecting that he will be releasing what would arguably become his most popular song, “Beautiful Soul”. The song was featured on the soundtrack of the Disney TV show “That’s So Raven”  as well as the films “Sydney White” and “A Cinderella Story”. He even got to perform it with US Olympic Gymnast Carly Patterson on an episode of “Celebrity Duets”.

Four major studio albums and sixteen years later, Asia finally got the chance to swoon over one of the nicest yet most talented popstars, as Jesse brought his Resolution tour for a tri-city tour, making an initial stop in Vietnam. And when it was finally Manila’s turn last July 13, boy, did he make it worth the wait. Held at the New Frontier Theatre, he opened the show with a short dj set and quickly ushering into “She’s No You”, followed by “Leavin'”.

And barely halfway through the show, he made the crowd swoon even more as he picked a member of the audience who he serenaded who his own rendition of Robin Thicke’s “The Stupid Things”. And as if that wasn’t swoon-worthy enough, he followed it with “Bleeding Love” while playing the keyboards. Did you know that he co-wrore that song with Ryan Tedder? Though it didn’t make it in any of his albums so it was handed to Leona Lewis instead.

The night ended with his string of hits “Better With You”, “Shake” and closed with his latest hit “Wasted”. Or so we thought. He returned for an encore and rightfully wrapped up the night with  “Beautiful Soul”.

Lucky VIP ticketholders who won the meet&greet raffle had the chance to take a photo with Jesse post-concert. Overall, it was just a nice filled with warm smiles and awesome music. The Asian leg of the Resolution Tour wrapped up the next day, July 14 at the Gateway Theatre in Singapore. Resolution Tour would resume for the U. S. leg by September.

Jesse McCartney MNL was presented by Random Minds.

Maria E Releases New Single “LMNOP”

Indie artist, Maria E is set to release her single titled “LMNOP” this August. It will be released through digital platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, and Deezer.

Maria E (also known as Espie/Maria Espie to her friends and family) is an all-around musician known for her power vocals and songwriting. Since 2006, she has been active in the music scene fronting several bands raiding the underground scene. Influences include Paramore, Urbandub, Sugarfree, Franco, Imago, Fireflight, and many others.

In 2018, she’s taken flight as a solo acoustic artist singing songs about love, hope, and everyday life. With her newest single, Maria E is said to take her music up a notch breaking the boundaries between acoustic and triphop.

“LMNOP is actually a breakthrough song for me. I’ve always been fascinated with exploring different genres. I’ve had my rocker chick phase, electronic hiphop phase, then acoustic, and now I’m trying to combine all of them in one. With LMNOP, I thought that I finally cracked the code! It’s where I want my music to go or what I wanted to sound like. I’m out of words! I’m just super excited with this song!” says Maria E.

In cooperation with FloppyHaus Production, SonicLogo.TV, and Red Button Production, Maria E is set to hold a pre-launch party at Saguijo on August 27 and bar tour at Mang Rudy’s Bagtikan Makati on September 7.

CHA EUN WOO First Fan Meeting Tour [Just One 10 Minute] in Manila

For the very first time, Korean actor and singer Cha Eun Woo will be coming to Manila for CHA EUN-WOO 1st Fan Meeting Tour [JUST ONE 10 MINUTE] in Manila on Saturday, October 26 at the New Frontier Theater. Presented by Wilbros Live.

K-Drama and K-Pop fans will surely be in for a treat as the Korean superstar is one of the most requested artists to come to the Philippines. His cute looks and charming personality has definitely won the hearts of his fans here and abroad.

Cha Eun Woo started as a member of the popular K-Pop group ASTRO where they debuted with “Hide & Seek” from their debut EP “Spring Up”, and were subsequently named by Billboard as one of the best new K-Pop groups in 2016. He also ventured into hosting and acting while still being a part of ASTRO. The six-member boy group successfully finished its world tour, The 2nd ASTROAD TOUR [STAR LIGHT] last April 27 that took them to different cities around the world including Taiwan, Hong Kong Kong, Thailand and the United States.

In 2018, Cha was cast in the romantic comedy series “Gangnam Beauty”, his first leading role on television and which will air locally in the Philippines via Abs-Cbn channel in August 2019. Cha also currently stars in a historic drama entitled “Rookie Historian Goo Hae-ryung” playing Prince Yi Rim / Maehwa and airs on MBC and Netflix.

Tickets to CHA EUN-WOO 1st Fan Meeting Tour [JUST ONE 10 MINUTE] in Manila will be on-sale beginning August 10 via TicketNet.com.ph and at all TicketNet outlets nationwide. For more information, call TicketNet hotline at 911-5555.