With a tough 2020 behind us and an equally tougher year ahead, love is not quite in the air this Valentine’s season. From spikes in breakups to singles unable to freely mingle, cupids have found it harder to matchmake around Manila. Don’t worry, though: Netflix plays Cupid to help cure your landi woes.
First meet the members of the Philippine Association ng mga Kupido (or PAK) in the hilarious video below. The Cupid team is made up of some of the country’s top comedians: Comedy Manila’s Red Ollero, James Caraan, GB Labrador, Yuki Horikoshi, Aldo Cuervo, Alexio Tabafunda, Roger Naldo, and TikTok star Pipay Kipay. True to the landi ways of Lara Jean and Peter K in To All The Boys: Always and Forever, PAK is making it easier to find YOUR always and forever.
From February 11 to 14, PAK brings Dangwa closer to you by giving away 1,500 free bouquets! An army of Netflix cupids — dressed in wings and armed with a love-seeking arrow — are teaming up with Grab to deliver the flowers straight to their doorsteps (and hearts!). Just as long as your crush lives within Metro Manila and Cebu, you can order a free bouquet at instadangwa.com until supplies last.
Get inspired to #LandiAlwaysAndForever with To All The Boys: Always and Forever, streaming only on Netflix this February 12!
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