Ryan Bang: From Korea and back
HIGHLIGHT: Manila -- It’s Showtime host and Banana Sundae comedy show member RYAN BANG announced on Tuesday that he will be featured in a documentary by South Korea’s KBS alongside Bang’s “Screening Humanity” crew who will follow and document Bang’s lifestyle and career here in the Philippines for three weeks.
Bang expresses his excitement in an interview as he describes the feeling he is into now, "Excited din ako kasi nandito ang crew ng 'Screening Humanity'. Shinu-shoot nila ako ngayon tapos ilalabas po sa KBS nationwide and KBS World," he said. (I’m very excited especially because the crew of ‘Screening Humanity’ is with me. They are shooting the documentary of my life at this moment to be released at KBS nationwide and KBS World.”)
"'Een Seng Guk Jang', ang English name ay 'Screening Humanity'... [Magshu-shoot] sila rito [ng] tatlong linggo sa Philippines," he added. "Isang linggo akong ipapalabas diyan sa Korea. Ibig sabihin, isang linggo ko ipo-promote ang Philippines sa Korea." (“Screening Humanity,” English for ‘Een Seng Guk Jang’. The documentary will take place in the Philippines for three weeks,” he added. “The shoot will be aired in Korea for one week, which means I’ll be able to promote the Philippines in Korea for one entire week.”)
Bang also pointed out the discovery of 2NE1 member Sandara Park who started out as a reality talent show contestant in the Philippines. Park was discovered by YG Entertainment in South Korea after being featured in a KBS documentary.