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Back-to-back Korean movies this Christmas on PopTV

Celebrating Christmas at home gets even better as POPTV gives you the pilot episode of the Filipino-dubbed “Dr. Romantic 2” plus back-to-back movie premieres of “Miss Granny” and “Finding Mr. Destiny” this week.

Watch the highest rating medical Korean drama of 2020, “Dr. Romantic 2,” starring Han Suk-kyu, Ahn Hyo-seop (“Abyss”), and Lee Sung-kyung (“Weightlifting Fairy”) beginning this Thursday (Dec. 24). Master Kim is back and recruits two unlikely doctors in Doldam hospital--- one ostracized by his fellow doctors and one suspended for having another mistake in the operating room.

On Christmas Day, get to relive the touching story of a woman in her 70s who magically finds herself in the body of her 20-year-old self in the original version of the hit Korean movie “Miss Granny.”

The Christmas treat doesn't end there because Korean heartthrob Gong Yoo will make you fall in love in his romantic movie “Finding Mr Destiny,” streaming this Dec 26. Follow the story of Ji-woo (Im Soo-Jung), who commissioned the services of Gi-joon (Gong Yoo) to search every part of South Korea to track down her first love whose name is Kim Jong-wook. 

Don’t miss “Dr Romantic 2,” “Miss Granny,” and “Finding Mr. Destiny” streaming this week only on POPTV.

To download, just search for POPTV PINAS on Google Play and App Store. Users can avail of its special introductory promo of P49 good for 3 months that gives them all access to POPTV’s library of local content (blockbusters, indie, and classics) and dubbed Pinoy foreign favorites (KDramas, animes, BL series, Asian movies, and more). For more information visit facebook.com/poptvph or visit www.poptv.ph

Topics: PopTV
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