Dubbed “Home of the best Asian dramas,” Heart of Asia has the biggest and the freshest K-drama titles alongside the best Asianovela series and the most-loved GMA titles.
Heart of Asia viewers should look forward to the award-winning Korean series “Sky Castle,” which revolves around four housewives living in a luxurious residential area called Sky Castle in suburban Seoul. They all have one ambition – to get their children to Seoul National University Medical School. Lending their voices to these characters are Lotlot de Leon, Angelu de Leon, Chynna Ortaleza, Angelika dela Cruz, and Sunshine Dizon.
Be inspired by how a person’s rank in society does not dictate his or her fate in the grand epic Korean drama “Dong Yi.” Follow Dong Yi (Han Hyo Joo) as she surpasses her low state to become one of Korea’s successful women.
All set to spread good vibes is “Love in Trouble” starring Ji Chang-wook as Gerald Noh and Nam Ji-hyun as Monique Eun. Things get complicated as their careers and love lives get entangled, but one thing brings them together — catching the real culprit responsible for a series of murders before they run out of time.
Chinese fantasy series “Starry Night, Starry Sea” follows Shen Luo (Bea Hayden), an ordinary girl who moves from the busy city life to a small cottage on the island.
Heart of Asia is also set to air “You’re My Destiny,” the first ever Lakorn or Thai series on Philippine TV. Starring Esther Supraleela as Martina, it tells the story of a law office clerk who was given the moniker “Sticky Note Girl” for being overly-keen and a push-over employee. Her life changes after a one-night stand with company heir Paolo (Wisetkaew Sukrit).
Aside from Filipino-dubbed Asianovelas, Heart of Asia will offer GMA shows “Amaya,” “Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin,” “Legacy” and “T.G.I.S. (Thank God It’s Sabado).”
GMA Network’s Heart of Asia channel is on GMA Affordabox and on other digital TV boxes on free-to-air broadcast.