Marky Cielo Boys Next Door in South Korea. Good luck to Marky Cielo and company. Aba magiging international ang kanilang Boys Next Door. May South Korea at Malaysia release ang series na ito.
Aside from Marky Cielo other young actors and actresses who are starring in this GMA-7 Kapuso teen show are: Glaiza de Castro, Jennica Garcia, and the StarStruck 4 teens Mart Escudero, Aljur Abrenica, Kris Bernal, Rich Asuncion, Kiko Juinio, and Jessie Corcuera.
FIRST local show na maipalalabas sa South Korean TV ang Boys Nxt Door.
Nakatanggap kami ng balita na this April, sabay na ipapalabas ang Boys Next Door sa Malaysian channel na 8TV at sa South Korean channel na KBS Drama.
This is the first local show na ipalalabas sa said Malaysian channel and the first ever Filipino drama show to be aired in Korea. Ida-dub sa Malay ang Malaysian edition at naka-subtitle in English naman ang sa South Korea. 8TV is a Free TV station sa Malaysia and together with three other channels TV3, NTV7 and TV9, it form the largest media group in Malaysia collectively known as Media Premier.
Ang KBS Drama naman is one of the four pay TV channels managed and operated by KBS N na subsidiary ng KBS. It is the South Korea’s biggest of the three major networks. Mag-promote doon kaya sina Marky Cielo and company?
UPDATE: The young actor Marky Cielo died 07 December 2008. He died in his sleep and according to reports, this was brought about by “bangungot” or Acute Hemorrhagic Pancreatitis. He was mourned by his fans all over the country.
His showbiz career was very short (two years only) but he starred in several television shows (Fantastikids, Asian Treasures, Boys Nxt Door, Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan, Sine Novela: Kaputol ng Isang Awit, Bakekang, and LaLola). He appeared in his first and last movie (Till I Met You) alongside Robin Padilla, Regine Velasquez, and fellow Starstruck winner Jackie Rice. Marky also voiced the character Ichigo Kurosaki in the anime Bleach (2007).
He was awarded the Guillermo Mendoza’s Most Promising Male Star of 2007 given out by the Guillermo Mendoza Foundation.
Marky Cielo Boys Next Door in South Korea. Posted 29 March 2008.