- A Game of Thrones fan made a video as if it were made in the Philippines
- GOT gets the ‘Ang Probinsyano’ treatment while Gary Valenciano’s rendition of “Wag Ka Na Umiyak” plays on the background
- Filipinos found the video funny and only had praise for the original poster
“Game of Thrones” is an HBO television show adapted from George R.R. Martin’s works. It has been received well globally because of its unique story, great actors, location, direction, and so much more.
Philippines also joined in on the bandwagon and Filipinos love it so much that people have bought merchandise from the show and even cosplayed some of the characters like Daenerys Targaryen in events.
Some artists like Nathalie Emmanuel as Missandei even visited our country and Conan Stevens who played ‘The Mountain’ was even cast for the Encantadia remake of GMA network.
A few months ago, some websites even released articles based on the hypothetical question: “What if Game of Thrones was set in the Philippines?” It’s a really fun concept and fans gave their share of insights about it.
Just recently, a fan made a video of Game of Thrones, but this time he answered the question “What if GOT was made in the Philippines?” In the video, he showcased how television networks particularly ABS-CBN would produce the show.
Owen Ryan Ang brilliantly mashes up the one of the last scenes from the series with a Filipino song. The last scene from the last and latest episode of GOT where Cersei bombed up the church was masterfully edited with Gary Valenciano’s rendition of the song “Wag Ka Ng Umiyak.”
This is a classic treatment from “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” when every time that there’s a crisis or a sad moment, Gary’s song plays on the background.
It has become viral with more than 500 thousand views and almost 7 thousand shares as of posting.
Netizens couldn’t stop laughing when they watched the video. Here are some of them who even commented their laughter.
Just like this person, we didn’t expect that twist in the video.
Check out Owen Ryan Ang’s masterpiece down below: