In partnership with the Philippines’ leading pay TV provider Cignal TV, tvN has launched tvN Movies Pinoy and tvN Premium.

Photo from Cignal TV

What is “tvN Premium” and “tvN Movies Pinoy”?

tvN Movies Pinoy is a Tagalog-dubbed channel that brings the world of Korean films to Filipinos in their own language. This complements tvN Premium, a high-definition (HD) channel that features the latest Korean dramas and shows. For Cignal subscribers, tvN Movies Pinoy is now available on channel 39, while tvN Premium is now on channel 237. tvN Movies Pinoy is also available on Video-on-Demand (VOD) through Cignal Play.

Packed with a diverse range of movie genres, tvN Movies Pinoy offers Filipino audiences movies featuring their favorite Korean stars. From thrilling romantic dramas to heartwarming comedies, tvN Movies Pinoy caters to the diverse tastes of Filipino viewers.

What can you expect from these channels?

They can expect to watch the latest Korean films of 2023, including the tear-jerking story for pet lovers “My Puppy”, starring Cha Tae-hyun and Yoo Yeon-seok; the inspirational sports movie “Countdown”, starring veteran actor Jin Sun-Kyu; the romantic comedy “My Worst Neighbour”, starring Lee Ji-hoon and Han Seung-yeon about a neighbor who dreams of becoming a singer; and the adrenaline-pumping detective thriller “The Glorious My Revenge”, starring Heo Jun-seok and Nam Bo-ra.

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Just four months after its release, viewers can also catch D.O. in “The Moon” to be released in December. Pinoy fans can also enjoy the comedy “Switch”, starring actors Kwon Sang-woo and Lee Min-jung.

The partnership also brings Cignal TV subscribers tvN Premium, featuring the latest Korean dramas like “Not Others” starring Jeon Hye-jin, Sooyoung (SNSD), Ahn Jae-wook, and Park Sung-hoon. It is about the love-hate relationship between mother and daughter and will be airing from November 8 onwards.

With the launch of tvN Premium and tvN Movies Pinoy in the Philippines, the Senior Vice President of CJ ENM Hong Kong, Mickey Ong, said:

“Movies are favorites among Filipinos. We are grateful to partner with Cignal TV to be first to bring tvN movies to the Philippines. By dubbing the films in the local language, we appeal to a wider audience. Together with Korean dramas on tvN Premium, this is a surefire entertainment combo for everyone.”

For more information, you may check out the websites for MediaQuest and Cignal TV.

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Photos courtesy of CJ ENM

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