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Dingdong Dantes honored with Asian Star Prize at 15th Seoul Int’l Drama Awards

  BY NEIL RAMOS     Dingdong Dantes has earned another prestigious honor to his name, receiving the Asian Star Prize at the 15th Seoul International Drama Awards for his portrayal of Captain Lucas Manalo or “Big Boss” in the local adaptation of Korean drama series, “Descendants of the Sun.” In a pre-recorded speech, the actor […].....»»

Category: newsSource: tempo tempoSep 17th, 2020

Dingdong Dantes wins at 15th Seoul International Drama Awards

Actor Dingdong Dantes received the prestigious Asian Star Prize at the 15th Seoul International Drama Awards announced via live stream yesterday, Sept. 15......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsSep 15th, 2020

Dingdong wagi ng Asian Star Prize sa 15th Seoul Int’l Drama Awards

  WINNER ang Kapuso Primetime King na si Dingdong Dantes sa katatapos lang na 15th Seoul International Drama Awards. Si Dingdong ang tumanggap ng Asian Star Prize para sa kanyang natatanging pagganap bilang si Captain Lucas Manalo a.k.a. Big Boss sa Pinoy adaptation ng Korean hit drama series na “Descendants of the Sun.” Ang nasabing […] The post Dingdong wagi ng Asian Star Prize sa 15th Seoul Int’l Drama Awards appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 15th, 2020

Alden dedma sa paggastos ng milyones kung para sa pamilya

Tinotoo ni Alden Richards ang kanyang pangako sa sarili na babalik siya sa South Korea. Huli siyang nagpunta sa nasabing bansa nu’ng tanggapin ang Asian Star Prize sa nakaraang Seoul International Drama Awards. But this time, bakasyon grande ang gagawin ni Alden kasama ang kanyang pamilya. Talagang pinaghandaan niya ito hindi lang para sa sarili […] The post Alden dedma sa paggastos ng milyones kung para sa pamilya appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 21st, 2019

Alden pinaplano na ang mga project sa 2020: Sana lumawak ang network natin…

MARAMING plano ang Asia’s Multimedia Star na si Alden Richards next year para sa kanyang career. Matapos nga ang sunud-sunod na tagumpay na kanyang tinanggap mula sa Asian Star Prize award (14th Seoul International Drama Awards), record-breaking movie (Hello, Love, Goodbye) at ang pinag-uusapan at laging trending na primetime serye na The Gift, ngayon pa […] The post Alden pinaplano na ang mga project sa 2020: Sana lumawak ang network natin… appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 7th, 2019

Ara’s next child will have to be with future hubby

When it rains, it really pours. With Hello, Love, Goodbye (HLG), his movie with Kathryn Bernardo, on its way to becoming the “All-Time Local Box-Office Hit,” Alden Richards (photo) is swamped with more blessings topped by the Asian Star Prize he received at the Seoul International Drama Awards (SIDA) 2019......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 31st, 2019

Alden Richards receives Asian Star Prize at Seoul International Drama Awards 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Following the success of his movie Hello, Love, Goodbye with Kathryn Bernardo, Alden Richards received another big award in his career — the Asian Star Prize at the Seoul Drama Awards 2019. The actor flew to Seoul for the event and walked the red carpet on Wednesday, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 28th, 2019

Tom, ‘di naiinggit o itinuturing na karibal (Sa mga tagumpay at pagkilalang nakukuha ni Dennis)

TUMANGGP ang Drama King na si Dennis Trillo ng Asian Star Prize sa Seoul International Drama Awards sa South Korea. Inintriga tuloy si Tom Rodriguez kung may extra effort ba siya na mapantayan si Dennis. Iisa kasi ang manager nila, si Popoy Caritativo ng .....»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsSep 12th, 2016

Dennis wins Asian Star Prize in Korea

MANILA, Philippines - Dennis Trillo won the Asian Star Prize in the 11th Seoul International Drama Awards held at the Korean Broadcasting Center’s KBS Hall i.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 11th, 2016

Dennis Trillo wins big in Seoul International Drama Awards

Known in his studio as the Drama King, Dennis Trillo bagged the Asian Star Prize in Seoul International Drama Awards in South Korea. The award recognized and rewarded an Asian talent widely beloved by the Korean audience. To date, Dennis is the first ever.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsSep 11th, 2016

Wanted leading man for Jennylyn

Congratulations kay Dennis Trillo sa parangal na ipinagkaloob sa kanya bilang Asian Star Prize sa katatapos na 11th Seoul International Drama Awards na ginanap sa Seoul, South Korea. Kaugnay ‘yun sa performance niya sa primetime series ng GMA7, ang .....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsSep 11th, 2016

Int’l trophy for Dennis

Dennis Trillo now has an Asian Star Prize from Seoul International Drama Awards on his shelf......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsSep 9th, 2016

Dennis Trillo wins Asian Star Prize at 2016 Seoul International Drama Awards

Dennis Trillo wins Asian Star Prize at 2016 Seoul International Drama Awards.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsSep 8th, 2016

Descendants of the Sun PH wins at 15th& nbsp;Seoul International Drama Awards

GMA Entertainment Group’s local adaptation of one of the world's most well-loved drama series, Descendants of the Sun (DOTS), brought honor to the network after winning the Most Popular Foreign Drama of the Year in the 15th Seoul International Drama Awards......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsAug 12th, 2020

Top Draft: The Triggerman Allan Caidic and the UAAP s top dogs

The no. 1 pick in every sports draft is significant, the one chosen with the first pick is seen as a can’t-miss star. Sure, it never works out that way every time, but being a top draft pick is an honor anyway. When it comes to sports drafts, the origin of the no. 1 pick can be just as significant. What program wouldn’t be proud to be known as a constant producer of top prospects? In the history of the Philippine Basketball Association Draft, there are only three schools to produce more than one no. 1 pick. All of three schools came from the UAAP. For this limited series, we’ll take a look at each one and examine their top draft picks. [Related: Top Draft: UP Diliman's towering no. 1 pick might be the best in PBA history] In the final entry to this series, we take a look at the no. 1 picks from the rest of the UAAP schools. There are some heavy hitters here that’s for sure.   Top Dogs Allan Caidic (UE) – no. 1 pick, 1987 (Great Taste) Pre-PBA work pretty much guaranteed that Allan Caidic would be a surefire star in the pro ranks. The Triggerman was a UAAP champion with the UE Red Warriors and was already a national-team member before he was picked first by Great Taste in 1987, making him the fist no. 1 pick to come out of the collegiate league. While playing for his original team, Caidic set a PBA record by scoring 79 points on 17 triples in 1991. He would later also play for San Miguel Beer and Barangay Ginebra, becoming a PBA Hall of Famer and member of the pioneer 25 Greatest Players in league history. Jack Tanuan (FEU) – no. 1 pick, 1988 (Purefoods) As the winningest team in UAAP history, it’s quite surprising that the FEU Tamaraws only have one no. 1 pick in PBA Draft history. The honor is for Jack Tanuan, who played for the Tams and won a bronze medal in the 1986 Seoul Asian Games before he was picked first in 1988 by Purefoods, then making their entry in the PBA. Tanuan mostly played back up behind Ramon Fernandez and Jerry Codinera in his first year and would later back up Jun Limpot at Sta. Lucia. He played for six PBA teams and was part of Alaska’s champion teams in 1997, his last in the league. Dennis Espino (UST) – no. 1 pick, 1995 (Sta. Lucia) One of the pillars of UST’s four-peat dynasty in the early to mid-1990s, Dennis Espino was an obvious choice to become Sta. Lucia’s no. 1 pick in 1995. Espino stayed with the Realtors for 15 years and was part of the franchise’s only two championships. As for individual awards, Espino won himself one Defensive Player of the Year and was Finals MVP when Sta. Lucia beat Purefoods for the 2008 Philippine Cup title. Espino was also a four-time All-Star and made the All-PBA 1st team and All-Defensive team twice in his career. Marlou Aquino (Adamson) – no. 1 pick, 1996 (Ginebra) At a towering 6’9”, Marlou Aquino won Rookie of the Year, the fourth no. 1 pick to do so. Rookie of the Year would only be one award in a sensational first season for Aquino. Marlou won Defensive Player of the Year and made the All-PBA 1st team and All-Defensive team in his rookie year. He was also the Best Player of the Conference in the 1996 Governors’ Cup as Ginebra made it all the way to the Finals. Aquino would win a title for Ginebra in his second season. A little later, he would team up with Dennis Espino at Sta. Lucia. Danny Ildefonso (NU) – no. 1 pick, 1998 (San Miguel Beer) Winning Rookie of the Year was the first sign that Danny Ildefonso would be a star for San Miguel Beer. True enough, the Beermen made the perfect choice by picking Ildefonso first in 1998. A San Miguel dynasty would be born with Danny I as the main star. Ildefonso won back-to-back MVPs in 2000 and 2001, the same period where he also won five straight BPC awards. Ildefonso left the Beermen as an eight-time champion and was an obvious choice to be recognized as one of the PBA’s 40 Greatest Players.     — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 27th, 2020

Team Lakay stars honored in recent PSA Annual Awards

Team Lakay continued to stamp its class in Philippine mixed martial arts as its stars were recognized anew in the 2020 SMC-Philippine Sportswriters Association awards last Friday, 6 March, in Manila.  Reigning ONE Strawweight World Champion Joshua “The Passion” Pacio, ONE Championship Women’s atomweight star  Gina “Conviction” Iniong, and ONE Warrior Series mainstay Jerry “The Bokodian Warrior” Olsim were given citations for their contributions to Philippine sports in 2019.  Pacio was recognized for regaining his strap from Yosuke “The Ninja” Saruta and then defending it before the year ended against Rene “The Challenger” Catalan.  “It’s an honor to be a part of this again. I am grateful to be recognized and I hope that I can continue to inspire many others with awards like this,” Pacio said, as he was honored for the second straight year.   Meanwhile, Iniong and Olsim were part of Team Philippines, who were later named the Athletes of the Year for winning the overall crown in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games.  Both athletes represented the Philippines in kickboxing, and they represented their flag well by winning gold medals respectively. Jean Claude Saclag was the fourth member of Team Lakay – he was recognized as part of the same team.  The quartet from the highlands joined the who’s who of Philippine sports that evening. They witnessed the greatest pool player of all time – Efren “Bata” Reyes – get immortalized with the Lifetime Achievement Award.  The Philippine Sportswriters Association was founded in 1949 and is the oldest media organization in the Philippines. Its selection committee is comprised of editors, veteran reporters, and columnists from various print publications and online outlets.  Previous Team Lakay athletes who were recognized by the “Oscars of Philippine Sports” are Eduard “Landslide” Folayang, Geje “Gravity” Eustaquio, and Kevin “The Silencer” Belingon who were honored last year alongside Pacio and longtime ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon “The Truth” Vera......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 10th, 2020

Rising tennis star Eala leads PSA honor roll of young athletes

Rising tennis star Alex Eala leads a compact list of young, promising athletes who will have their share of center stage in the coming SMC-PSA (Philippine Sportswriters Association) Annual Awards Night. The 14-year-old Eala, along with nine others, are the recipients of the 2019 Tony Siddayao awards during the March 6 gala night at the Centennial Hall of the Manila Hotel. The award, named after the late former Manila Standard sports editor Antonio ‘Tony’ Siddayao - who considered as the Dean of Philippine sportswriting - is given to young, emerging athletes 17-year-old and below, who excelled in their respective fields. Eala exactly embodies that, especially in a year that saw her finish in the top 10 of the world junior rankings by the end of 2019. Following her maiden grand slam title after winning the Australian Open girls doubles tournament along with partner Priska Madelyn Nugroho, the Filipina wonder is now ranked no. 4 in the world. Bemedalled age-group swimmers Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh and Marc Bryant Dula share the honor with Eala in the special yearly event by the country’s oldest media organization headed by Tito S. Talao, sports editor of the Manila Bulletin, and presented by the Philippine Sports Commission, MILO, Philippine Basketball Association, AirAsia, and Rain or Shine. Completing the Siddayao awardees are the bowling pair of Dale Lazo and Jordan Dinham, karatedo’s Juan Miguel Sebastian, golfer Celine Abalos, Woman FIDE master Antonella Racasa, powerlifter Jessa Mae Tabuan, and Eala’s older brother Michael Eala. Prominent recipients of the award for young athletes were Grandmaster Wesley So, Kiefer Ravena, Eumir Felix Marcial, Jeron Teng, Markie Alcala, Pauline Del Rosario, Aby Arevalo, Maurice Sacho Ilustre, among others.  On top of the close than 200 awardees to be honored by the country’s sportswriting fraternity is 30th Southeast Asian Games overall champion Team Philippines, which is the consensus choice as the 2019 Athlete of the Year......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 29th, 2020

PSA honors Bata Reyes with Lifetime Achievement Award

The magic may have waned, but the legend lives on. Efren "Bata" Reyes remains one of the top draws in Philippine sports even at the age of 65 as shown in the recent 30th Southeast Asian Games. The iconic pool player with the charismatic smile still packed them in, and was easily the most sought after member of the men’s billiards and snooker team. Reyes, with his deteriorating eyesight, only settled for a bronze in the men’s carom (1 cushion) – not exactly his pet event – during the biennial meet, but nonetheless, was an inspiring presence in the team winning a total of 12 medals, four of them were golds. For all his greatness, "The Magician" has yet to conquer the SEA Games where his highest finish was a bronze, five times to be exact, and all of them in men’s carom. Yet, that doesn’t diminish a bit what the Mexico, Pampanga pride has achieved in the pool table, where he’s been universally acknowledged as the greatest player of all-time. For that, Reyes is set to be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) during the traditional SMC-PSA Awards Night on March 6 at the Centennial Hall of the Manila Hotel. At the same time, "Bata" will serve as special guest speaker during the gala night in a rare function for a man known for his few words. He became the second straight athlete to become guest speaker in the event presented by the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC), MILO, Cignal TV, Philippine Basketball Association (PBA), and Rain or Shine after Olympian Bea Lucero last year. Team Philippines is the recipient of the coveted Athlete of the Year award from the country’s oldest media organization for defying the odds and winning the overall championship of the SEA Games. Reyes incidentally, was a three-time winner of the Athlete of the Year plum solely given by the PSA in 1999, 2001, and 2006. For the Lifetime Achievement Award, Reyes, whose humble beginnings and simple demeanor endeared him to the Filipino masses, was the hands-down choice following the massive success he achieved both in the local and world stage. The long list of honors include being the best player to win world championships in two different pool disciplines, having reigned as both world eight-ball and world nine-ball champion, was the first non-American to win the US Open 9-Ball Championship, became the inaugural winner of the World Cup of Pool in tandem with good friend Francisco "Django" Bustamante, acknowledged as the winningest player in the history of the Annual Derby City Classic with five titles, and won the largest prize money in the history of pocket billiards after topping the IPT World Open 8-Ball Championship worth $500K. Known for his legendary ability to "kick safe" the ball, Reyes topped the billiards money list five times, including a record earnings of $646K in 2006. While still active, he was already inducted into the Billiard Congress of America’s Hall of Fame in 2003. Last year, the PSA honored bowling great Bong Coo and cycling champion Paquito Rivas with the Lifetime Achievement Award......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 26th, 2020

Alden Richards, big winner in Seoul - The Manila Times

Alden Richards, big winner in Seoul The Manila Times Exactly a week ago today, newly minted box office king Alden Richards marked another milestone in his career as he received the Asian Star Prize a.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsSep 6th, 2019

Alden Richards to be honored at Seoul Drama Awards; reacts to Hello, Love, Goodbye ending, sequel

In an interview with the media during the launch of his first fashion line with designer Avel Bacudio, Alden said there are lots of things to consider if they will have to do a sequel......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 28th, 2019

The Unmarried Wife, mapapanood nasa Super KBO ngayong weekend

MASASAKSIHAN na ngayong weekend ang hit Star Cinema drama film na The Unmarried Wife sa TV at online sa pamamagitan ng Super Kapamilya Box Office(KBO) para mapanood ng mga Pinoy ang pinakabagong mga pelikula sa bahay o kahit saan man. Makakapili ang mga Filipino na panoorin ang pelikula nina Angelica Panganiban, Dingdong Dantes, at Paulo ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsJan 16th, 2017