Viewers Swoon Over Filipino-Dubbed Thai Series ‘Come To Me’ On iWant

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“Come To Me” revolves around Mes (Singto), a lonesome ghost who meets a little boy named Thun. Years later, Thun (Ohm) shows up all grown up and takes Mes to college with him and vows to discover the truth behind Mes’ death so that Mes can be reincarnated. Despite being in two different worlds, the two boys forge a special bond and start to fall for each other.

Netizens expressed their ‘kilig’ over the lead actors and excitement for the upcoming episodes on social media. It also earned praises for its unconventional love story and superb dubbing in Filipino.

“Watching Come To Me on iWant and posible bang kinikilig ako sa multo? Bakit 4 episodes pa lang to,” shared @citybuoy on Twitter.

“Guys, you’re not gonna miss this new series on iWant. The series is ‘Come To Me’ starring Singto Prachaya and Ohm Pawat. Tagalog dub siya, kaya for me, madali ko siya maintindihan yung kwento. Now streaming four episodes!,” posted Twitter user @Laban_Kapamilya.

“Matatawa, maiiyak at kikiligin kayo sa Come to me kahit sa simula pa lang, kaya arat na at ulitin natin ang kwento ni Thun and Mes. Thank you so much @DreamscapePH and @iwant,” expressed @prachayambacroj on Twitter.

“Wow! Another great story with great performance by the actors. The dubbing is excellent. Thank you acquisition team for bringing this series. You are always the best #ABSCBN,” tweeted @CWinrad.

Some fans also commended the show’s official theme song in the Philippines, former “Idol Philippines” finalist Miguel Odron’s single “Weed.”

Catch the remaining four episodes on iWant starting this August 15 (Saturday).

The eight-part series is produced by GMMTV, a leading content company in Thailand, which partnered with ABS-CBN for the airing of Filipino-dubbed versions of their shows in the Philippines.

Stream “Come To Me” for free on iWant or iwant.ph. For updates, like www.facebook.com/iWant, and follow @iwant on Twitter and @iwantofficial and @dreamscapeph on Instagram, and subscribe to www.youtube.com/iWantPH.

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