MANILA, Philippines – The lead stars of “Walang Hanggan” have left for the United States on Thursday for their “Walang Hanggang Pasasalamat” concert which will be held in Reno and Chicago.
|A scene from the television series "Walang Hanggan"
Speaking to ABS-CBN News, actress Julia Montes said this will be their early Christmas gift for the overseas Filipino workers who supported “Walang Hanggan” during its successful run.
“Pupunta kami sa Chicago at Reno. May show kami doon, magpapasalamat lang sa sumuporta sa ‘Walang Hanggan,’” she said.
Montes said she has been blessed with so much in the past year and it is her wish that opportunities continue to come her way.
“Christmas wish ko siyempre sa career, sana mag tuluy-tuloy. Basta thank you sa sumusuporta. At sana mas maging happy ang family namin, mas magsama-sama lalo, mas maging happy family. Plano ko, hopefully matuloy ang plano namin mag Hong Kong buong family,” she said.
As for actor Coco Martin, he said his Christmas wish is to have more time with his family.
“Itong Christmas siguro kasama ko lang ang family sa bahay. Siguro baka mag-reunion kasama ang ibang kamag-anak. Sana makapagbigay ako ng mas mahabang panahon para sa family ko para makapag-bonding kami and sana magkaroon din ng time para sa sarili,” he said.
Martin and Montes flew to the US along with co-stars Paulo Avelino and Melissa Ricks.
Meanwhile, Martin revealed that he and Montes will start shooting their movie together once they return to the Philippines.
The “Walang Hanggan” cast will be staying in US for five days.