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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Apr 21, 2014

New Koreanovela 'My Love From The Star' & New Japanovela

GMA-7 WILL also start airing two hit Asianovelas, “My Love from the Star” and “Mischievous Kiss”, starting today. “My Love from the Star” is South Korea’s No. 1 romantic/comedy/sci-fi series in the first quarter of 2014. It’s the extraordinary love story of two people from different worlds and how love literally and figuratively defies time and space. Matteo (Kim Soo Hyun) is a cold-hearted alien who was accidentally left behind 400 years ago. Three months before he gets back to the star where he lives, he will meet Steffi (Jeon Ji Hyun), a self-centered but lovable actress who makes him wish to just be an ordinary man. Will their love be enough to stand the test of time and space?

“Mischievous Kiss: Love in Tokyo” is a Japanese adaptation of the popular love story based on a manga that even has live-action versions in Taiwan and Korea and was also produced as an anime. It’s about Kasey (Miki Honoka), a not-so-smart girl who secretly likes the school’s campus heartthrob Niccolo (Yuri Furukawa) at Tonan High School, but he rejects her. Caloy (Yuki Yamada), Kasey's good friend, protects her from Niccolo because he is in love with her. The lives of Kasey and Niccolo will start to change when they find out that their fathers are best friends. Fate will bring them together when Kasey’s family moves in to Niccolo’s house after a meteorite destroyed their home. Don’t miss the back-to-back pilot episodes of Mischievous Kiss and My Love from the Star after “The Borrowed Wife”.