Bea Alonzo wants to work with Gong Yoo

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Kapamilya Bea Alonzo confessed that she wants to work with hallyu star Gong Yoo, the Korean celebrity who made a name internationally for his remarkable roles in series 1st Shop of Coffee Prince, Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (also known as Goblin) and movie Train to Busan.              

“I hope I could meet him someday. Nakakatuwa kasi siyempre kasi we’re both endorsing the same product. I hope one day we can star in an online short film series,” Bea told Manila Standard in a recent interview when she was launched as the first local endorser for Asus Zenfone series. 

“I’ve seen Train to Busan. I haven’t seen Goblin yet but I want to see it. Sabi nga nila maganda daw. Yung mga PA ko, fans sila ni Gong Yoo,” she added.

As the ambassador of the mobile phone band, Bea will release a series of webisodes produced specially by technology company brand for its consumers and Bea’s fans. The actress dropped hints on what to expect from the webisodes and why they will be relevant to young people. She revealed that the webisodes will feature top moments captured with her phone. 

Bea Alonzo (top) speaks about her dream to collaborate with Korean star Gong Yoo (bottom)

Asked if she would be the one to decide to personally capture those moments, Bea still put meeting Gong Yoo as her top choice.

“My number one is to finally Gong Yoo. Sana ma-capture ‘yun. Number two, ‘yung reaction ng fans when they finally see the webisodes. Number three, when I get to travel to my favorite destinations and finally be able to go to places that I want to go to. Number four, pag-gising ko. Kasi syempre you’re thankful that you’re still alive. You always have to be thankful and grateful that you’re still alive. Number five, kahit yung dinner lang with family nai-inspire ako,” she beamed. 

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