Korean actor and singer Alexander Lee remains a loyal Kapuso as he renewed his management contract with GMA Artist Center.
During the contract signing last month, the Kapuso Oppa was filled with gratitude and high spirits as he remains to be part of the GMA family.
“I’m very happy, you can see it from my genuine smile. For the past year, I really like how they took care of me and I really have a good time with all the Kapuso. Everybody is so good and nice,” said Alexander.
He shared that he is grateful with the network’s immense support and looks forward to work on projects that would hone him into a well-rounded artist.
“I think I won’t limit myself into just one thing. I want to try everything to be more multitalented. I hope I can make people happy,” said the Korean heartthrob.
Alexander came back to the Philippines in July to rekindle his love for music. He released his newest single entitled ‘Keep Ya Head Up’ with fellow Korean singer Marucci.
On the other hand, GMA Senior Vice President for Entertainment Group Lilybeth G. Rasonable was delighted that Alexander chose to remain a Kapuso as he ventures into the next chapter of his career.
She expressed her genuine support for Alexander and also acknowledged that Alexander excels in acting and singing.
“Now that we have Studio 7, we can have him there and in other musical-variety shows and other contests. Of course, basta may fitting role sa ating drama or sa ating comedy, he’s also a very funny guy, pwede natin siyang ilagay doon.”
Apart from Rasonable, present in the contract signing GMA Artist Center Assistant Vice President and Head for Talent Imaging and Marketing Unit Simoun Ferrer, GMA Entertainment Group Senior Program Manager Redgynn S. Alba, and Jong-Hyuk Lee, Alexander’s co- manager.
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