Saturday, July 25, 2009

Boracay: Romantic Island

My sister and I went to town earlier to have our nails done but before we reach our destination, we decided to check what is new on the movie rack. One movie caught my attention. It was a Korean movie actually but it has an English subtitle. I love Korean movies and TV series actually.

The title of the movie was "Romantic Island" and guess what, the movie was shoot in Boracay island in Caticlan, Philippines. I was surprised when I actually saw the Manila airport, the Pinoy taxi driver and other cast who are also Filipinos.

Whew! I remember someone when I was watching the movie. My old friend celebrated his New Year in Boracay island on his first visit in the Philippines. Anyway, the cast of the movie celebrated Christmas and New Year in Boracay. Sigh, I just love the place and I am very much eager to go there now.

1 comment:

  1. It truly sounds like a very romantic island and hopefully one day i can see it.


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