Get ready for fun and kilig weekday mornings as GMA Heart of Asia brings to light back-to-back Asianovelas with Ugly Duckling and Queen of Mystery.
Ugly Duckling is based on a Thai novel which consists of four captivating stories: “Perfect Match”, “Pity Girl”, “Don’t” and “Boy’s Paradise.”
Worranit Thawornwongs and Puttichai Kasetsin play the lead roles in “Perfect Match.” It follows the story of Jules (Thawornwongs) who was a victim of bad plastic surgery. To avoid prejudice from her friends, she decided to transfer to a new school where she meets Tyke (Kasetsin).
In “Pity Girl,” Neen Suwanamas is Alice, a girl who suffers from amnesia after falling from a tree. She will meet Andy (Nachat Janthapan) and Aston (Natcha Janthapan) who will help her remember her past.
Meanwhile, Mona (Wiraporn Jiravechsoontornkul) is a girl dealing with trauma and who prefers to put a cardboard box on her head in “Don’t.” She doesn’t realize her beauty until after meeting Minton (Chatchawit Techarukpong) and Zero (Jirakit Thawornwong).
Identity crisis will be the center of “Boy’s Paradise.” It tells the story of Kimmie (Esther Supreeleela), a young lady whose mother prefers her to be with guys instead of secretly crushing on girls.
Meanwhile, a dynamic duo that consists of a hot detective and a bored housewife will make your mornings even more exciting in the highly-anticipated Korean drama series Queen of Mystery.
Warren (Kwon Sangwoo) and Sue (Choi Kanghee) will meet in an unlikely setting. The passionate detective will be assigned to a small town wherein he encounters the housewife residing there who is also interested in solving mysteries. Together, they will help unravel secrets and prove their teamwork effective.
Ugly Duckling airs at 8:50 a.m. while Queen of Mystery is at 9:50 a.m. from Monday to Friday, on GMA-7.
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