The Likelihood Of A Sandara Park Korean-Filipino Collaboration
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The Likelihood Of A Sandara Park Korean-Filipino Collaboration

There is no denying that South Korea is at the top of the charts when it comes to Asian television programs, especially dramas.

This is because these K-dramas have perfectly captured the hearts and emotions of its Asian viewers, primarily because of the cuteness and light-hearted storylines that it has. However, it also perfectly puts a balance on its dramas as some of it are also packed with action scenes that will surely motivate its viewers to watch for more.

On the other hand are the Filipino TV dramas that are from the Philippines, which are known to have intense storylines and dramatic scenes. Knowing that South Korean dramas are a huge hit in the Philippines, it is safe to assume that there might be a TV collaboration between the two countries.

And because of this, Sandara Park comes in the equation. Sandara Park, who is also known as Dara while she was still with her hit K-pop girl group, 2NE1, is a product of two countries, South Korea and the Philippines.

This is because it was in the Philippines where she first appeared on TV and entered the entertainment industry. In short, she debuted as a celebrity icon in the Philippines, after appearing in several TV programs and movies.

Afterwhich, she went on with her fame as she became a member of the K-pop group, 2NE1. And now that 2NE1 has already disbanded, there is a very huge possibility that Sandara Park will come back to her origin and roots, and initiate a collaboration between South Korean and Filipino producers.

According to Inquisitr, if this would turn to reality, then it would surely prove to be beneficial for both countries’ entertainment industry, as it will fill in the gaps from one another. With all of these being said, it cannot be denied that Sandara Park is only a product of South Korea, as her first home in the world of showbiz is in the Philippines.

Let’s wish Sandara Park the best of luck. She surely has what it takes to give more reasons for South Korea and the Philippines to work together with their respective entertainment industries.