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Kapuso stars lend voices to the characters of Korean drama ‘My Golden Life’

Tonight, GMA Network will bring to Philippine television this year’s well-loved and highest-rating Korean drama, My Golden Life.

Kapuso stars lend voices to the characters of Korean drama ‘My Golden Life’
Stars Ken Chan, Sanya Lopez, Bruno Gabriel and Ayra Mariano are lending their voices to the characters in the top-rating Korean drama, 'My Golden Life.'
The newest Koreanovela on primetime, featuring a voice cast from various Kapuso stars, tells the story of two women whose life turned upside down because of their mother’s misguided love.

Ken Chan breathes life to Dion Choi, a gentleman with admirable physique and elegance. He is the only heir to Haesung Group and the head of Strategic Planning Team.

Gillian Seo is voiced by Sanya Lopez. She is known for her competitive spirit and cheerful personality. Gillian is on a two-year contract with the marketing team of Haesung Group.

Meanwhile, Bruno Gabriel is the voice behind Luke Sun. He is Gillian’s cheerful and feisty high school friend who runs a DIY furniture shopping mall.

Ayra Mariano plays Giselle Seo, Gillian’s twin sister, who works part-time at a local bakery.

Dion and Gillian crossed paths in a car accident. Despite meeting each other in an unfortunate situation, he was more surprised when his mother reveals that Gillian was his missing sister. Gillian joins the rich family to have a better life without knowing that she is actually not the family’s long-lost daughter.

What will happen once Gillian’s real identity comes out? What will she do once she finds out that the people she calls family are not really her own?

My Golden Life, which premiered on Monday, Dec. 17, airs right after Onanay on GMA Telebabad.

Topics: GMA Network , My Golden Life , Korean drama , Ken Chan , Sanya Lopez
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