The Fitbit Versa 2: Stylish smartwatch, helps you sleep better

Wake up recharged and ready for work!



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Announced earlier in August, Fitbit brings the Versa 2 in the Philippines.

Designed with a modern approach, the Fitbit Versa 2 has sophisticated curves, a lustrous glass display, and an AMOLED screen. Additionally, it boasts of new features such as Sleep Score and Smart Wake aimed to improve your sleeping habits.

Moreover, it’s now voice-enabled thanks to an on-device microphone allowing you reply to text notifications through voice. You can also make payments and use apps like Spotify. Furthermore, it’s now Alexa-enabled and includes thousands of apps and clock faces, an optional always-on mode, and a five-day battery life. It’s equipped with a swim-proof design and a 24/7 heart rate tracking, too.

The Versa 2 is available in three colors: Black with a carbon case, petal with a copper rose aluminum case, and stone with a mist grey case. It retails for PhP 12,890 (US$ 249). Also, there’s a Special Edition Versa 2 retailing for PhP 14,590 (US$ 282) available in two colors: A combination of navy and pink with a copper rose aluminum case, and smoke with a mist grey case.

If you need different straps to match your outfits, say no more. The Fitbit Versa 2 offers accessories ranging from PhP 1,790 (US$ 35) to PhP 2,890 (US$ 56). Current designs include a premium Horween leather bands in Charcoal and Moss; Sport bands in Black, Coral, Frost White, and Glacier; and Woven reflective bands in Pink and a combination of Charcoal and Orange.


Netflix: 6 new K-Romance titles to put on your list

Because the world loves K-Romance




Netflix K-Romance
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Whether it’s the suspense and butterflies brought by Crash Landing on You or the stirring connections from Extraordinary Attorney Woo and Business Proposal that made us all melt inside, Netflix has shown that it is a premier destination for some of the world’s best K-Romances.

In the last four years alone, K-Romance viewership on the streaming platform has tripled, with 90% coming from outside South Korea.

It doesn’t stop there: in the next five months, Netflix is set to release six more K-Romance titles to make us smile and touch our hearts even further with different compelling love stories, so make sure to add these to your watchlist!

See you in my 19th life (June 17)

In this spinoff from a hit webtoon, Shin Hye-sun stars as a protagonist who remembers all her past lives.

As a young girl in her 18th life, she falls for a boy next door. As she gets reincarnated for her 19th life, she tries to win him back, only to find out he has become a cold man who does not want to get close with anyone.

Can love triumph across lifetimes?

King the Land (June 17)

A wealthy heir played by K-Pop idol Jun-ho meets a girl played by fellow idol Yoona who smiles brightly as part of her job in one of his family businesses.

Not a fan of fake smiles, he dislikes the girl, writing her off as someone with fake personality.

Viewers will be in for a ride in the K-Pop idols’ K-Romance acting debut.

Behind Your Touch

In this all-in-one comedy-suspense-romance title, rom-com queen Han Ji-min is a veterinarian in a small town who has a very strange gift of psychometry.

When she convinces a detective of her abilities, they team up to solve neighborhood crimes.

Destined with You

In this story, Rowoon plays a lawyer who seemingly has it all, but is haunted by a family curse.

That is until he meets an unsuspecting civil servant played by Cho Boa, who will eventually serve as the woman to break the curse.

A Time Called You (3rd quarter 2023)

Business Proposal’s Ahn Hyo-seop is back, starring with Vincenzo’s Jeon Yeo-been in this remake of classic Taiwanese romance Someday or One Day.

Both leads will play two separate characters, with one of Jeon’s character travelling back in time to 1998 and meets a man played by Ahn.

This man bears an uncanny resemblance to her late boyfriend, complicating everything from the get-go.

Doona! (4th quarter 2023)

Yang Se-jong is a college student who had to deal not only with school but also with the fact that he’s living with a former K-Pop sensation, played by real-life former K-Pop star Suzy.

Their relationship starts out as one of mutual misunderstanding and dislike, and grows over time into one of love and trust.

But can their connection withstand the pressures of fame and last? 

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Uniqlo unveils Dragon Ball UT Collection

Featuring major Dragon Ball, DBZ arcs



Dragon Ball UT Collection

Uniqlo Tees’ animé collection just keeps growing. Adding to the list is one of the most culturally impactful animé of all time — Dragon Ball. The Dragon Ball UT Collection is part of Uniqlo’s overall 2023 Spring/Summer lineup.

The Dragon Ball UT Collection celebrates the History of Dragon Ball. It features shirts from the original Dragon Ball animé as well as the major arcs of Dragon Ball Z.

Each shirt retails for PhP 790 and is now available at Uniqlo stores across the Philippines and at From June 5-11, every purchase of Dragon Ball UT in all Uniqlo physical stores and online, customers will get one (1) free Dragon Ball Sticker with AR (Augmented Reality).

Here’s a quick look at all the shirts.

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Finland’s SuperPark to expand in Philippines

First two sites in Eastwood City, McKinley Hill




Megaworld Lifestyle Malls is set to bring Finland’s modern recreational activity park, SuperPark in the Philippines.

This is after an agreement has been reached between Megaworld and SuperPark to open the first two licensed SuperParks Eastwood City and McKinley Hill. 

The multi-activity and digitally-interactive indoor venues will offer customers three themed areas with over 20 unique activities in total.

Included is the Game Arena, which focuses on sports activities like basketball, football, cycling, dodgeball, and digital parkour, enhanced by technology for a mixed reality feel.

There will also be an Adventure Area for toddlers to explore obstacles and climbing structures, and the Freestyle Hall for trampolines with mixed reality games.

The two new Philippine locations are part of SuperPark’s aggressive global expansion, particularly in Asia, the Middle East, Australia, Europe and North America.

Hailed as the “friendliest all-in-one indoor activity park in the world,” SuperPark has locations in Finland, China, Malaysia, Kuwait and Singapore.

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