These two are the latest Tagalized South Korean dramas in the free content library of Hong Kong-based streaming service Viu.
Tagalog-Dubbed ‘Flower of Evil’ Is Here
The series revolves around the complexities of love and trust between a married couple. Baek Hee-sung (Lee Joon-gi), a man with a dark secret, pretends to be a loving husband and father. He hides his cruel past and lives under another person’s identity. His wife Cha Ji-won (Moon Chae-won), a detective, learns of his deception and chases his past.
“Flower of Evil” has all the elements of an entertaining series — action, suspense, mystery, romance, and drama. Its intriguing plot promises to make you look forward to the story’s twists and turns.
Watch out for free episodes of the Tagalog-dubbed Korean drama “Flower of Evil” every Friday and Saturday on Viu Philippines.
Welcome the Tagalized ‘Welcome to Waikiki’
“Welcome to Waikiki” is about three friends who started a guesthouse to save up and finance their own film. However, things don’t go as planned, and their business isn’t doing well.
Dong Gu (Kim Jung-hyun), who wants to be a film director, manages the guesthouse in “Welcome to Waikiki.” His friend Joon Ki (Lee Yi-kyung) continues to try to break into stardom as an actor but ends up only getting bit roles. On the other hand, writer Doo Shik (Son Seung-won) tries to help out with their looming debt by taking on odd part-time jobs. The trio runs into unusual and funny events as they try to keep their business afloat and pursue their dreams.
The Tagalog-dubbed “Welcome to Waikiki” promises to make Filipinos laugh. New episodes of the Tagalized “Welcome to Waikiki” are also available for free Fridays and Saturdays on Viu Philippines.
The second season of this funny K-drama stars Kim Seon-ho, a.k.a. Han Ji-pyeong of the hit Korean drama series “Start-Up.” Fans must be wondering if we’ll also get to watch a Tagalog-dubbed version of “Welcome to Waikiki 2.”
More Tagalog-Dubbed Content on Viu
Follow Viu Philippines’ hashtag #TagDubOnViu for updates on its Filipino-dubbed content. You may also view its Filipino-Dubbed Category on its website.
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