Celebrate the month of love with the best kilig and hot romance films on Jungo Pinoy! This February, the entertainment app specifically created and curated for Filipinos by Los Angeles-based media company Jungo TV is serving sweet and spicy stories to satisfyingly fill all the date nights you’ve got planned.
Cuddle with boo and catch Pinoy romances like the JaDine-starrer (James Reid and Nadine Lustre) Never Not Love You that centers on young lovers whose relationship get tested as career opportunities send them to a different country. There’s also Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story with Dingdong Dantes taking on the role of a successful stockbroker who hires a down on her luck girl (played by Anne Curtis) to help him with his insomnia. Their relationship soon goes from business to personal to complicated.
Fans of new-gen Hollywood heartthrob Noah Centineo will be charmed even more with his coming-of-age romcom Swiped where a wealthy womanizing college student enlists his nerdy roommate to code the ultimate hook up app. K-pop and K-drama fans can catch the exclusive Tagalog-dubbed film Touching You with K-pop idol and actor Ok Taecyeon as a man with the ability to see the near future and tries to save the woman he loves from a doomed fate.
The thrilling Blood Ransom is the first international film of Anne Curtis who plays a young woman fighting her vampire transformation to save the life of the man she loves. eCupid, meanwhile, is the popular LGBTQ romance flick about a nearing 30 gay man who uses an otherworldly website to deal with a 7-year relationship rut and control his life. Ynez Veneracion helms hot Pinoy flick Dalhin Mo Aka Sa Langit as Lani, a poor but ambitious girl who uses her beauty and charm to worm her way into a rich family but ends up falling for a lowly boy instead.
The Jungokada can also catch more nakakakilig content on Jungo Pinoy with Cinemundo Pinoy’s Kilig Fest: Valentine’s Day Marathon featuring favorites like 100 Tula Para Kay Stella with Bela Padilla and Yakapin Mo Ako Lalaking Matapang with Vilma Santos, plus exclusive romantic Tagalog-dubbed movies like the 2015 romcom Dirty Beautiful and the 2016 action romance How We Met.
K-pop fans also get their own kilig moments with 24Kpop, Jungo Pinoy’s newest free digital channel for non-stop music videos of their ults and more. Starting February 28, Jungokada can stream videos of their idols like BLACKPINK, Stray Kids, and NCT within the app through the new channel.
To unlock more content and as a sweet treat to subscribers, the made for Filipinos app is offering paid subscription fees at only P55 per month starting March 1. Access all Jungo Pinoy’s awesome titles, series and shows with the most affordable monthly subscription package in the country.