‘Love Alarm,’ VAV set to dazzle Pinoy fans

By: - Entertainment Editor
/ 12:07 AM August 12, 2019

Jung Ga-ram in “Love Alarm”

In Netflix’s upcoming series “Love Alarm,” two guys have different ways of showing love and affection. Unfortunately, best friends Sun-oh (Song Kang) and Hee-young (Jung Ga-ram) are in love with the same woman, Jojo (Kim So-hyun), whose bubbly demeanor conceals a painful past.

This intriguing three-way romance unravels in the gadget-crazy world the trio navigates. In their parallel reality, singles rely heavily on the Love Alarm, an app that brings their romantic lives up to speed by identifying the people who are attracted to them.


It’s a world where you can’t hide how you feel—unless you’re offline, or are way off the app’s 10-meter range!


Sparks fly when the Love Alarm rings for Jojo and Sun-oh. But unknown to the two, Hee-young, who has yet to install the app, is also smitten with Jojo. Romance is as exciting as it is complicated. But should love take the backseat while Jojo copes with personal adversities?


“Love Alarm” begins streaming its eight-episode first season on Aug. 22.

Song Kang

VAV’s first full-length concert in Manila

If you prefer K-pop over K-drama, brace yourself for “VAV: 2019 Meet & Live in Manila,” starring the seven-member Korean boyband VAV, composed of St.Van, Baron, Ace, Jacob, Ayno, Lou and Ziu.

The show will be VAV’s very first full-length concert in Manila. The group is expected to perform hits such as “Señorita” and “Thrilla Killa” at the concert-cum-“fanmeet,” which is scheduled on Sept. 7 at SM North Edsa’s Skydome (go to smtickets.com or ticket2me.net).

VIP ticket holders have the option to attend the Q&A session or take a photo op with members of VAV on the day of the live show.

VAV shoots music video in Bohol.

The septet behind such hits as “Gorgeous,” “ABC (Middle of the Night),” “Flower (You),” “She’s Mine” and “Spotlight,” released its fourth EP “Thrilla Killa” in March.


Trivia: The official music video of VAV’s recently released latest single “Give Me More,” which now has 15 million views on YouTube, was shot in Bohol.

It is bolstered as much by the song’s summery vibe as it is by the participation of guests Play-N-Skillz and De La Ghetto, the boys’ catchy choreography, and the video’s picturesque Philippine setting.

Read Next
Don't miss out on the latest news and information.
View comments

Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000.

TAGS: Love Alarm, Netflix
For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.

© Copyright 1997-2020 INQUIRER.net | All Rights Reserved

We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. By continuing, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To find out more, please click this link.