Pure Love (2014 TV series)
Pure Love is a 2014 Philippine television series based on the 2011 Korean drama 49 Days. The series premiered on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida evening block and worldwide on TFC from July 7, 2014 to November 14, 2014, replacing Mirabella.
|Based on||49 Days|
by So Hyun-kyung
|Developed by||Mel Mendoza-del Rosario|
|Opening theme||"Gisingin ang Puso" by Aiza Seguerra|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||93|
|Executive producer(s)||Sharlene Roanne Tan|
|Producer(s)||Mark Anthony Gile|
|Production location(s)||Manila, Philippines|
|Running time||28–31 minutes|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original release||July 7 –|
November 14, 2014
|Related shows||49 Days (South Korea)|
Cast and charactersEdit
- Alex Gonzaga as Diane Santos Martinez
- Yen Santos as Ysabel Espiritu / Danica Santos / Diane Santos (Possessed)
- Joseph Marco as Dave Martinez, Jr.
- Matt Evans as Jake Espiritu† / Scheduler
- Arjo Atayde as Raymond de la Cruz / Ramon Esguerra
- Arron Villaflor as Ronald Trinidad
- Yam Concepcion as Kayla Santos
- Anna Luna as Jackie Cortez
- Sunshine Cruz as Lorraine Santos
- John Arcilla as Peter Santos†
- Dante Ponce as Dr. Jun Bautista
- Ana Capri as Juliet
- Bart Guingona as Danny
- Shey Bustamante as Cathy
- Sue Prado as Sally
- Ricardo Cepeda as Mr. Chua
- Jason Francisco as Frank
- Sylvia Sanchez as Ramona Esguerra
- Tetchie Agbayani as Señora
- Minco Fabregas as Atty. Samson
- Helga Krapf as Glenda Corpuz
- Michael Flores as Arnulfo Navarro
- Jacob Benedicto as Diane's classmate
- Hiyasmin Neri as Felicity
- Dionne Monsanto as Chelly
- Jed Montero as Cher
- Maila Gumila as Evangeline Martinez
- Art Acuña as Dave Martinez, Sr.
- Nonie Buencamino as Miguel Ramos† (Jake's scheduler)
- Miko Raval as Steve
- Gilleth Sandico as spiritualist
- Menggie Cobarrubias as Dr. James Young
- Gisingin ang Puso - Aiza Seguerra
- Magkabilang Mundo - Maki Ricafort
- Sundo - Johnoy Danao
Differences between the original Korean seriesEdit
- The main character has 40-day journey, (in relation to the Catholic belief wherein Jesus Christ walked in the desert for forty days) as opposed to the Korean 49-day journey.
- Ysabel worked in the burger stall, as opposed to Yi-Kyung's work in the convenience store.
- In the end, Diane's father had died, as opposed to the original wherein Ji-hyun died.
|PILOT EPISODE||FINALE EPISODE||PEAK||AVERAGE||SOURCE|
- "Korean series 'Pure Love' to get Pinoy adaptation". ABS-CBN News. April 21, 2014. Retrieved June 3, 2014.
- "PURE LOVE Full Trailer". ABSCBNOnline. YouTube. Retrieved June 20, 2014.
- “Pure Love” Debut Ranked Fourth in National TV Ratings
- ‘Pure Love’ ends on high note, ‘Bagito’ pilot wins, according Kantar Media National TV Ratings (Nov. 14-17, 2014)