The Stars of "Flower of Evil" Philippine Adaptation Share Their Thoughts on the Series
They gush about how beautiful and rich the material is, and how they've made it fit into the Filipino viewers' palate
Originally hatched in South Korea, Flower of Evil opens the story of a female subject who works for the police force as a private detective. Opposite to her is a deceitful, serial killer suspect who happens to be her husband. In the Philippine adaptation of the Korean series, Kapamilya stars Piolo Pascual and Lovi Poe portray the roles of the lead characters.
In a recent media conference, the cast members shared how they view the show in the local version. Joining the cast of the series with Piolo and Lovi are supporting and guest casts JC De Vera, Joem Bascon, Rita Avila, Agot Isidro, Edu Manzano, Denise Laurel, Joross Gamboa, Pinky Amador, Joko Diaz, Epy Quizon, Jett Pangan, and Gardo Versoza. Characterized by a spine-chilling, suspenseful drama, the newly polished narrative is a darker and more mental, straightforward sketch.
Flower of Evil PH is directed by Darnel Joy Villaflor and Richard Ibasco Arellano.
Scroll through the gallery below to read more:
JC de Vera
The master version of Flower of Evil, which is created by Studio Dragon and distributed by tvN, has been reengineered to a localized rendition, suiting the Filipino palate Adapted by ABS-CBN’s Dreamscape Entertainment, the Philippine adaptation of Flower of Evil is available through the pan-regional over-the-top (OTT) streaming service Viu in 16 one-hour episodes. The original, which was also first shown on Viu in the Philippines, is likewise a 16-part installment.
New episodes of #FlowerOfEvil are released every Thursday and Friday on Viu and every Saturday and Sunday on Kapamilya Channel, Jeepney TV and A2Z!
Photos from @dreamscapeph