'Crazy Love' hits daytime on Nov. 4
MANILA -- A hit Korean series, which centers on two lovers already in respective marriages, will hit local TV starting Monday.
"Crazy Love" will join ABS-CBN's daytime offerings with a 10:15 a.m. timeslot, airing after the English sitcom "Mr. Bean."
Directed by Lee Chang-han, the series tells the story of Michelle (Park Sun-young) and Rupert (Go Se-won), who are both stuck in respective marriages on the verge of crumbling.
The two meet at a desperate time when they both want to give up on their relationships. They soon develop a special friendship which will later turn into a secret love affair.
The drama series ended its five-month run on Korean television in September.
For the localized telecast of "Crazy Love," the song "Bakita Lumuluha" by "The X Factor Philippines" winner KZ Tandingan will be featured as the series' theme.
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