KC Concepcion takes another significant role in celebration of ABS-CBN’s Maalaala Mo Kaya (MMK) 20th Anniversary. For the first time in MMK episode, KC had been into thorough acting for her role of being a wife and a mother in this dramatic episode to be shown in the Kapamilya network on Saturday night.
KC, the daughter of the Mega Star Sharon Cuneta, is set to please her fans with such challenging role. Tonight’s show is a must-see episode for the fans of this stunning actress. The October 22 MMK episode will also mark another history because it will also feature the newest ABS-CBN actor, Paulo Avelino.
Avelino is set to play as Romy, being the husband of the lead star KC who will be named as Aurora in this latest episode. In this story, the determined character of Aurora will surely leave a mark to those couple who continues to struggle in order to face the challenges of life for their family’s sake.
Avelino told the media that he was surprised to know at first that he was set to work with KC Concepcion given that the actress was the Megastar’s daughter.
At first, Paulo felt that it was difficult for him to get along with this actress. But the actor later on to realized how great KC is in terms of her total self. He personally got to know the real KC during their bonding moments while on the set.
Paulo Avelino was grateful for being part of the MMK’s 20th anniversary celebration. This is seemingly a big opportunity for him to open new doors of opportunity being a new Kapamilya actor. According to him, he is a loyal fan of MMK since he was young.
Charo Santos-Concio is the host of long-time show, MMK.
Most Filipinos surely considers this television program to be a part of their lives considering the life’s lessons that the audience get in each of the dramatic and real-life stories portrayed.
Tonight’s episode will focus on the story of a woman who is determined enough to fulfil her ambitions. This will also be starred by celebrities namely Johnny Revilla, Dina Bonnevie, Nanding Josef and Vangie Labalan. This episode was under the direction of Jerry Lopez Sineneng with Rose Colindres being the writer.