“Meteor Garden,” Thai BL series, Chinese and Korean dramas streaming in PH for free
Eighteen years after its first episode aired on Philippine TV, “Meteor Garden” fever is still very much alive as Pinoy fans reminisced their experiences watching the show and flooded the comments section of iWantTFC’s social media post that celebrated the show’s anniversary.
Currently, iWantTFC offers free streaming in the Philippines of the Tagalized version of the original “Meteor Garden,” as well as Jerry Yan’s newest Asianovela “Count Your Lucky Stars.”
User Carolyn Castiotos said, “I was 9 years old when I started to collect some of F4's pictures and posters! Until now they’re still up on the wall of our bedroom.”
Redelene Santos also shared, “I was addicted to Vic Zhou. I was pregnant when Meteor Garden came out. I really followed the series. Now, my child is going on 18 this July and is addicted to K-Pop.”
Antoneth Dy, meanwhile, shared her own anecdote, “I was 16. I remember how I cried to my mom and begged to buy me posters. To FIMHS batch 2004, y’all still remember how we begged our CAT teacher to finish the class early because dismissal was scheduled as the same time as the show started on TV. Those days are gold.”
As the home of Asianovelas, iWantTFC continues to offer an extensive library of Chinese, Thai, and Korean titles that Pinoys can access for free, such as the hit 2018 legal drama “Suits” and “Story of Yanxi Palace,” which is based off an original Chinese novel.
Avid fans of Thai boys’ love series can also watch their favorite BL pairs in a variety of shows such as BrightWin’s “2gether: The Series” and “Still 2gether” (original version and Filipino-dubbed), TayNew’s “Dark Blue Kiss,” and OffGun’s “Theory of Love,” and well-loved BL series “A Tale of a Thousand Stars” (original version and Filipino-dubbed), “The Shipper,” and “Come To Me,” as well as the heart-warming story about friendship in “I’m Tee, Me Too” (original version and Filipino-dubbed).
K-drama lovers will also find stories about life and romance, and intriguing sci-fi plots in “Gangnam Beauty,” “I Have a Lover,” “Codename: Terrius,” “Go Back Couple,” and “I am not a Robot.” Viewers can also watch award-winning Korean series “Love in Sadness” and “Mother.”
iWantTFC users in the Philippines can get their dose of Asianovela stories for free by streaming these series on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) or on iwanttfc.com. Viewers can also enjoy watching on a bigger screen through select devices on VEWD, ROKU streaming devices, select Samsung Smart TV models, and Android TV. iWantTFC is also available via Chromecast and Airplay. For the complete list of compatible devices, sign in instructions, and account activation, visit https://iwanttfc.com/help#tfc-on-smart-tv.
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