PH adaptation of ‘What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim’ now in US

PH adaptation of ‘What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim’ now in US, Canada

The first five episodes of the hit romantic-comedy South Korean series were released on March 18
/ 12:50 AM March 21, 2024

PH adaptation of ‘What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim’ available for streaming in US, Canada

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When discussing favorite K-dramas, it’s almost guaranteed that the delightful 2018 hit starring Park Seo-joon and Park Min-young, “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim,” will be mentioned.

Now, with the Philippine adaptation currently airing on Viu, the excitement continues. With Kim Chiu taking on the role of the dedicated secretary and Paulo Avelino as her charming yet narcissistic boss, viewers are in for a fresh Filipino interpretation of the fan favorite story.

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But what about North American audiences?

They need not worry, as viewers in the United States and Canada can now enjoy the highly anticipated adaptation streaming on iWantTFC.

“What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” follows the same story of Secretary Kim, portrayed by Chiu, a proficient and skilled secretary, and her egotistical boss, Brandon Manansala Castillo, played by her “Linlang” co-star Avelino.

The first five episodes of this romantic-comedy series were released on March 18 exclusively for standard and premium subscribers of the platform.

Fans can anticipate subsequent episodes dropping every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday starting March 25.

Directed by Chad Vidanes, the series also features Jake Cuenca, Janice De Belen, Romnick Sarmenta, Angeline Quinto, Pepe Herrera and Franco Laurel.

Young and emerging stars JC Alcantara, Kaori Oinuma, Gillian Vicencio and Yves Flores will also be present in the series. Additionally, the series includes a special appearance by Korean actor Kim Won Shik.

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