Former South Korean boy band U-KISS member Alexander Eusebio is among Heart Evangelista’s leading man on My Korean Jagiya?

Image capture from Kapuso Legion FB Page
  • Former U-kiss member Alexander Eusebio is rumored to be one of Heart’s leading man in My Korean Jagiya
  • My Korean Jagiya to replace I Heart Davao
  • Alexander Eusebio revealed his great grandfather is a Spanish from the Philippines

Former South Korean boy band U-KISS member Alexander Eusebio is rumored to be one of Heart Evangelista’s leading man on her upcoming primetime teleserye My Korean Jagiya; the FB Page Kapuso Legion posted on Wednesday.

“Siya na kaya ang tinutukoy na Korean actor na pipirma ng kontrata sa GMA! Alexander Eusebio, former member ng U-kiss,” the FB page captioned the photo of Alexander.

[Is he the Korean actor to sign a contract with GMA?]

The fans, meanwhile, expressed their joy upon hearing that the famous KPOP singer and actor might join the cast of Heart’s newest soap.

“Parang siya po ‘yung mayabang na mahilig mag-english sa Moorim School.”  [It seems, he’s the arrogant who’s fond of speaking English in Moorim School.]

“Wow member ng ukiss” [Wow, member of U-kiss.]

Aside from Alexander, Edgar Allan Guzman is already confirmed as one of Heart’s leading man in My Korean Jagiya.

My Korean Jagiya, as per Wikipedia  is themed as a romantic-comedy drama and it will be starred in by Heart and directed by Mark Reyes.

Jagiya, according to LionhearTV, means sweetheart. The show will be aired on the GMA Telebabad block replacing I Heart Davao.

ALEXANDER LEE EUSEBIO

Alexander Eusebio, 28, is a former member of U-Kiss and is known to speak seven languages: English, Korean, Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese, Spanish, and Portuguese; being fluent in the first four.

Alexander debuted as an actor through Channel A drama Immortal Classic and later as a movie star through Singaporean film, “3 Peas In A Pod” in 2013. He is currently active as a television host on Arirang TV’s #StyleCast 2017 and is also a daily radio host for the Double Date show on tbs eFM.

In a Manila Bulletin story, he revealed that his great grandfather was a Spanish from the Philippines; confirming speculations that he was partly Pinoy because of his looks and his surname.

“My great grandfather gave me this surname and he was a Spanish blood descendant from the Philippines. He went to the Philippines, he went to Spain, [and] he went to Hong Kong. And then here I am,” he said.

Watch his video singing Nasa Iyo Na Ang Lahat, video by thesuperkristine:

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