“Seobok” is said to be the first Korean film to tackle the topic of human cloning. Park Bo-gum is Seobok, the first human clone. Gong Yoo is Ki-hun, a former intelligence agent whose secret mission is to safely transfer Seobok.
For P250, iWantTFC viewers in the Philippines may stream “Seobok” for 48 hours starting April 15. You may rent “Seobok” on iWantTFC, formerly known in the Philippines as iWant, through this link: http://bit.ly/TWiWantTFCSeobok.
iWantTFC subscribers may watch “Seobok” on their mobile phones, laptop or desktop computers, and Android televisions. It also has a Roku channel, and its app allows casting to television via Google Chromecast or Apple Airplay.
Watch ‘Seobok’ via Viva’s Vivamax
With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging in the country, cinemas remain closed in the Philippines. Thus, despite the earlier announcement of VIVA International Pictures, the film’s distributor in the Philippines, that “Seobok” would be released in cinemas, fans can only stream it online for now.
“Seobok” will also be available on Vivamax, Viva’s own streaming app. Monthly subscription to Vivamax costs only P149. However, some users report they are unable to cast its content to TV.
We bought a Vivamax voucher on Shopee to try it out. Our attempts to cast or mirror Vivamax content from our iPhone to our LG webOS television failed. We were however able to cast from our Chrome browser to our TV via Chromecast.
If you want to watch “Seobok” on your mobile phone or laptop computer, we recommend Vivamax. Visit web.vivamax.net to subscribe. You may repeatedly watch “Seobok” and other movies and series during the entire duration of your subscription.
Use Google Play or iWantTFC if You Want ‘Seobok’ in HD
For those who want to watch “Seobok” on bigger screens, go for Google Play or iWantTFC. The additional expense is worth the experience.
“Seobok” may be rented for P220 on Google Play. Those who want to keep a copy of the movie may buy it for P760. Google Play offers it on HD to capable devices such as smart televisions. Like iWantTFC, Google Play’s mobile app also allows casting to TV.
Tickets to “Seobok” are also available at ktx.ph for P250. The ticket gives viewers access to the movie for 48 hours, starting April 15 at 10 a.m. Formerly known as ABS-CBN’s ticketing portal, ktx.ph is now a virtual venue for online shows and events. Buy “Seobok” tickets at www.ktx.ph/events/29860/seobok.
Meanwhile, those who prefer to watch the movie via cable TV may do so through Sky Pay-Per-View. The cable channel offers an early bird rate of P200 until Apr 14. Regular price is also P250, with 48-hour access. To watch “Seobok” via Sky PPV, go to mysky.com.ph/skyppv.
“Seobok” was originally set to be released in December last year, but the pandemic got in the way.
Last month, Viva announced that it will be releasing “Seobok” in the Philippines on April 15, the same day of its release in Korea. On March 27, Viva premiered the official trailer of “Seobok.”