More than 100 shows dubbed in Tagalog and Bisaya only at VIU

February 17, 2023

VIU, a pan-regional OTT video streaming service from a Hong Kong-based company PCCW, has over 100 Asian dramas that were dubbed in Tagalog and Bisaya. To celebrate this milestone, they will be having a "Tagdub" (Tagalog-dubbed) inspired event this February 18-19, 2023 at the SM Megamall Activity Center.

Mr. Vinchi Sy-Quia, the Assistant General Manager of Viu Philippines, mentioned that this is just the start of more dubbed contents. "Last November 2020, there were only few dubbed K-Dramas in Viu. But now, there are over 100! We will continue to add more dubbed contents. Not only shows from Korea but also from China, Thailand, and other Asian countries will be dubbed in Tagalog, Bisaya, and hopefully, other local languages. There's a different feeling when you hear your favorite artists speaking your own language. It's more enjoyable and heartfelt. Our standard is captured in our tagline, 'Swak sa dubbing, swak sa feels.' May it be in Tagalog or Bisaya, our dubbed shows will definitely touch the hearts and feelings of the Filipino viewers."

To enjoy this more, there will be a free-event Viu Village at the SM Megamall Activity Center this February 18-19. This is open to everyone. Be a voice actor in the Tagdub booth, flex your skills in matching drama posters, take photos in the photo booth, and have a chance to win prizes from interactive games and raffle draws.

And since February is the month of hearts, Viu is campaigning the dubbed love stories like "Hotel Del Lun," "18 Again," "Reply 1988," "Encounter," "She Was Pretty," "The World of the Married Couple," "Dr. Romantic," "The Last EMpress," and also Viu Originals like "Doom At Your Service" and "River Where The Moon Rises." There are also series dubbed in Bisaya such as "Descendants of the Sun," and "My Girlfriend is a Gumiho." Meanwhile, "True Beauty," which is a populr Taglog dub show, will also be released in Bisaya this 2023.

Download the VIU app on Google Play or Apple Stor to watch your favorite Asian shows, Tagalog-dubbed and Bisaya-dubbed dramas for free. To be updated, follow VIU on their social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok.

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