Enchong Dee shares favorite experiences in ‘Extreme Ends’
Kapamilya actor Enchong Dee revealed his favorite moments in Hong Kong during the taping of international reality show “Extreme Ends,” which will feature the many sides of that autonomous territory of China.
Dee and friend Ria Atayde were tapped to represent the Philippines in the show.
Out of all his experiences in the show, Dee said he would brag most about his visit to a restaurant with a Michelin Star.
“If there is something I wanna brag about it is the Michelin Star restaurant that they made me experience. And it was so good,” Dee said on Saturday during the media launch of the show at SM City Manila.
The actor said it was his fifth time in Hong Kong, but he had many first-time experiences during the taping.
“This is my fifth time Hong Kong,” he said. “The thing is, the Extreme Ends made me experience [like] it was a first time for me. We always thought of shopping, food, the typical things you could think of, [but the show] they made me experience things that I never experienced in Hong Kong.”
Dee also said the show surprised him with a lot of activities, which made his experience more special.
“They want me to just go out of the car, go straight, turn right and then we will see something,” Dee said.
Dee added that the show helped improved his friendship with Atayde, though they engaged in separate activities.
“The experience with KIX made us even more closer because we got to bond even though our activities are separate,” he said. “We have different activities, but after the day we just hung out and just enjoyed Hong Kong 0 something we thought that we never experienced in Hong Kong.”
Each episode of “Extreme Ends” will showcase a theme of extreme contrast such as “fast vs slow” or “high vs low.” These themes will showcase fascinating contrasts, intense experiences, and distinctive trends in the territory.
“Extreme Ends,” which features three more pairs from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, will air exclusively on KIX, starting Oct. 17 at 9:30 p.m. /atm
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