Khalil Ramos set to appear in Japanese reality show ‘Find the Wasabi’
Khalil Ramos will be appearing in a popular reality TV show in Japan.
The Kapamilya actor is “ecstatic” to be a contestant for the third season of “Find the Wasabi”, which had its first filming day in Nagoya. Ramos is also the only Philippine representative in the show, a fun fact which he shared in an Instagram post last Sunday, Oct. 28.
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1st day filming in Nagoya, Japan 🇯🇵 . I'm ecstatic to be representing the Philippines in the Japanese reality show called "Find the Wasabi" along with my fellow hunters @tawan_v & @thedanielsher. Watch out for it soon on iWant TV, TBS Japan and GMMTV!
Ramos is joined by Malaysian singer Daniel Sher and Thai actor-model Tawan Vihokratana. It appears that Sher got along very well with Ramos, describing him as “the coolest, talented, determined” contestant. He added that Ramos is a “humble person and also good in jokes.”
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He is the coolest, talented, determine and also the youngest among the hunters(Our dear youngest brother)!! In such a young age and he is already a Director!!! Wow!!! Yet he is a very humble person and also good in jokes🤣🤣🤣 Since me and @thekhalilramos are both singer, maybe we can do a song cover together in future? Today is day 4, yet another challenging day for 3 of us! Day by day we hunters getting more stronger, better and even better!! . . #danielhuntwasabi #findthewasabiseason3 #danielinnagoya #taydanielkhalil #nagoyahuntADVERTISEMENT
Meanwhile, Ramos’ rumored girlfriend Gabbi Garcia gave him her full support by cheering him on: “Bring home the Wasabiiii!!!!!!!!”
“Find the Wasabi” is a Japanese travel-battle show first which first aired in 2014. The Tokyo Broadcasting System describes the show as a “reality-game travelogue” where three celebrity contestants from Asia compete. They are tasked to find the “secret spice” by going through missions. As per its official Facebook page, the show is set for international broadcast this December. JB
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