GMA offers new shows

THE Kapuso Network is offering a lot of new shows, despite the pandemic. In its Afternoon Prime lineup, it now airs the endearing Koreanovela, “Strong Girl Bong Soon”, replacing “Alyas Robin Hood 1’ at 4:10 PM. It stars Park Bo Young as a girl born with superhuman strength. Her strength is hereditary and can be passed along only to the women in their family. 

Her dream is to create a video game with herself as the main character. She desperately wants to become an elegant woman for her crush Kenny In (Ji Soo) who is a police officer. When the CEO of a gaming company, Mikael Ahn (Park Hyung-sik), witnesses Bong Soon’s extraordinary strength, he hires her as his personal bodyguard. Who will win Bong Soon’s heart: her first love or the man who loves her?

Also showing in Afternoon Prime are “Ika-6 na Utos” and “Onanay”, capped by “Wowowin” which has amazing prizes at stake even for those watching at home, Kapuso host Willie Revillame continues to bring inspiration and support among his fans and televiewers live from the Wil Tower. “Wowowin” has also launched a segment called ‘Tutok to Win,’ where Willie calls a lucky viewer to win cash prizes ranging from P10,000 to P50,000 if they answer his questions correctly.

Meantime, GMA Artist Center has also launched its new series of online shows at #ArtistHideout on their Facebook and Youtube pages. Tuesdays, at 8 PM, they have ‘Descendants of the Sun’ hunks Prince Clemente, Paul Salas, Jon Lucas and Lucho Ayala to tickle your funny bones, with Divine Tetay Ocampo as host. Wednesdays at 3 PM, they have “Wednesday Coolitan” with Max Collins, Chynna Ortaleza and Dion Ignacio. And on Thursdays at 3 PM, don’t miss Arra San Agustin hosting “Yummy Thursdays”.