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WATCH: Maja Salvador in promo video for K-drama thriller ‘Gyeongseong Creature’

By Brooke Villanueva Published Jan 03, 2024 1:05 pm Updated Jan 03, 2024 2:09 pm

Maja Salvador just made an appearance in a promotional video for the second part of hit K-drama series Gyeongseong Creature.

In a video uploaded by Netflix Philippines on Wednesday, Jan. 3, the show’s lead stars Park Seo Joon and Han So Hee can be seen discovering the Pinoy actress in Onseong Hospital.

“Sandale! Kalma lang kayo! Dumaan lang si Maja sa Onseong Hospital,” the streaming platform wrote in the description box, adding that Park Seo Joon and Han So He just took a “minor detour” before the arrival of the second installment of the series.

Maja later appears in jail wearing a prisoner’s uniform similar to the ones shown in the Korean offering.

Social media users first speculated that Maja is making an appearance in an episode of the Korean thriller on Tuesday, Jan. 3 after Netflix dropped some stills from the newly released video. She also reshared the post on her Instagram stories as well as screenshots of messages from her followers who are excited about her possible appearance in the series. 

Other social media users, meanwhile, said it could just be another kind of promotion for the thriller, like Rufa Mae Quinto’s parody of Kill Boksoon that was released in April. 

In December, the local star made the rounds on social media after posing for a group photo with Park Seo-jun and Han So-hee during its premiere in Thailand. 

Gyeongseong Creature follows the story of two young adult characters who are on a mission to survive and fight a “monster born of human greed,” set in the city of Gyeongseong (former name of Seoul) in the spring of 1945 when the Japanese ruled over Korea.  

Joining Park Seo Joon and Han So Hee in the cast are Claudia Kim, Wi Ha Jun, Jo Han Chul, and Kim Hae Sook, among others. Its second part will premiere on Friday, Jan. 5.