LOOK: Korean stars recreate famous Pinoy movie posters

Korean stars Ji Soo (Page Turner, Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo), Jung Chaeyeon (Marry Me Now, To Jenny), and Jinyoung (Love in the Moonlight) were adorable and spot on as they recreated famous Filipino movie posters, thanks to Netflix Philippines.

In an Instagram post, Netflix Philippines posted four posters of the said three Korean stars recreating Filipino movies “That Thing Called Tadhana,” “One More Chance,” “Everything About Her,” and “Starting Over Again.”


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If @actor_jisoo , @j_chaeyeoni and @jinyoung0423 starred in Filipino movies 😍 #SWNAsia 📸: @bjpascual

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Here are the individual posters:

The photos were taken by renowned photographer BJ Pascual who also shared a video of the behind-the-scenes of the shoot.

The shoot is part of the promotion of an upcoming Netflix series “Because It’s My First Love” which will star the said three Korean stars and will air in 2019.

What do you think of the recreated versions?

Dan Gambe
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