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There is a Korean singer and actor Cha Eun Woo in Manila! The Astro boy group member and “Gangnam Beauty” star will be at the New Frontier Theater on October 26, Saturday for a fan meeting. In a video, Eun Woo said he was looking forward to seeing his fans since it’s his first time to visit the country too. Many Filipino fans are really excited to meet and greet

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Where Korean stars arrived for their corresponding meetings and greetings in Manila on Friday. On September 29, Park Seo Joon is scheduled to have a “fun meeting” at the Mall of Asia Arena as one of homegrown clothing brand Bench’s celebrity endorsers. The Korean actor is famous with his roles in the “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” and “Fight for My Way” television series and the “Midnight Runners” and “Divine

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An official health department allayed concerns of a diphtheria epidemic following last week’s death of a Grade 4 student in Manila and the emergence of the illness in some areas of the nation. Calibo stated that there is no outbreak for this and the amount of reported instances of diphtheria is “comparatively falling within the normal range” tracked annually by the health department. The DOH tracked 167 instances of diphtheria

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Korean actor Lee Dong Wook returns to Manila next month after more than a decade. The Korea Tourism Organization’s Manila office on Monday produced the announcement via its official Facebook page. Lee will be at the SM Megamall Fashion Hall in Manila as part of the #LoveKorea Culture & Travel Fiesta on October 5. Known for his roles in “The Lonely and Great God–Goblin” and “Touch Your Heart,” Lee toured

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Manila Mayor Isko Moreno advised millennials who have just received their diplomas to temper their expectations of how true life operates and acknowledge failures to prevent falling into the depression pits. Moreno — a former scavenger who rose to stardom and ultimately rises to the greatest position of power in the capital city — said his life tale demonstrates that hardships should not be used to explain depression or worse

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The capital city will soon distribute government identification cards that can be used as cash cards for senior citizens, persons with disabilities and solo parents. Their P500 monthly allowance from the city government will be disbursed through IDs that can be used to withdraw cash and pay bills online, Moreno said shortly before signing an agreement. Cards will be allocated to approximately 200,000 senior citizens, PWDs and solitary parents until


The National Investigation Bureau detained Friday Sen. Leila De Lima’s supposed nephew and former assistant, her co-accusedin 2 drug instances, his lawyer said after 2 years in hiding. His lawyer Raymund Palad said Jose Adrian Dera, who supposedly conspired with De Lima to sell illegal drugs at Muntinlupa’s domestic penitentiary, was detained in his Pampanga province home. Dera was also charged with orchestrating the detention of the latter’s daughter on


On Friday, even as typhoon Hanna left the Philippine region of responsibility (PAR), Monsoon rains will still be encountered over areas of Luzon and Visayas. State weather office PAGASA said at 12:30 a.m. the typhoon left PAR. On Friday, but the southwest monsoon or habagat will continue to be enhanced. Hanna was situated 645 kilometers north-northeast of Basco, Batanes, with global name Lekima. It packs 175 km / h peak

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The government of the Philippines stood firm on its ban on the world’s first dengue vaccine on Tuesday while declaring a nationwide mosquito-borne disease epidemic that it said it murdered hundreds this year. From January 1 to July 20, the incidence of dengue rose by 98 percent from a year ago to 146,062 instances, causing 662 fatalities, Health Secretary Francisco Duque told a news conference announcing a “domestic dengue epidemic.”


MANILA- The Philippine National Police assured Filipinos Monday that, despite a spate of killings in the area, the security situation on Negros Island was “under control.” Brig. Gen. Bernard Banac, PNP spokesman, allayed safety issues in Negros, stating that there is nothing to worry about. Negros Oriental’s condition is under control. There’s nothing to worry about from our countrymen. They can continue their ordinary life, their livelihoods and their tourism.)he