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ABS-CBN’s upcoming series ‘Love Thy Woman’ finished their look test

  • The upcoming series Love Thy Woman just had a successful look test
  • Love Thy Woman will star Kim Chiu, Xian Lim, and Erich Gonzales under DreamScape
  • The lead actors are very excited about this much-awaited series

The much-awaited family drama series Love Thy Woman which will star Xian Lim, Kim Chiu and Erich Gonzales, just finished its look test,

Love Thy Woman will feature a storyline centered on Filipino Chinese tradition with family and scandals intertwined to captivate viewers.

Erich Gonzales, who will play Queenie Wong, didn’t hesitate to accept the role despite needing to learn to speak Mandarin for it.

“Nung prinesent nila sa akin ‘yung story, na-excite ako sa kuwento kasi family drama siya… Exciting lang mapanood kung paano gagawin ‘yung mga eksena kasi I think first time mapapanood sa TV ‘yung ganun.”

Kim Chiu will play the daughter of Sunshine Cruz and Christopher de Leon, while Xian will play the fiancé of Erich. Erich’s character Queenie is the half-sister of Kim’s character.

Kim is really excited about this teleserye since this show will also depict her Chinese roots and traditions.

“Nung sinabi na about sa Filipino-Chinese and i-introduce siya sa mga tao, mas malalaman pa nila kung ano ‘yung kuwento ng traditional Filipino and Chinese so I am very proud.”

On the other hand, her on-screen partner and real-life boyfriend Xian Lim is excited about the series because their KimXi fans haven’t seen them together for a long time now.

“This is something for our supporters and this is something that we’ve been waiting for.”

Erich Gonzales was last seen on the movie We Will Not Die Tonight, while Kim Chiu starred in a Metro Manila Film Festival entry One Great Love with actors JC De Vera and Dennis Trillo.

Xian Lim was offered a part in an international project by Hollywood actor Bill Duke.


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