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‘A Tale of Thousand Stars’ Streams for Free in PH as it Simulcasts in Thailand

Pinoy boys’ love fans can look forward to another heartwarming Thai drama on iWantTFC as it premieres “A Tale of Thousand Stars,” which streams for free in the Philippines as it simulcasts in Thailand starting January 29.

Featuring the fresh team-up of Thai stars Earth Pirapat and Mix Sahaphap, “A Tale of Thousand Stars” will drop new episodes every Friday on iWantTFC in both its Filipino-dubbed version at 9:30 PM and original Thai version with English subtitles at 10:30 PM.

The love story begins with a car accident that will end the life of a girl named Torfun, whose heart will be donated to Tian (Mix) through an organ transplant.

Grateful for his second life, Tian develops an interest in Torfun and gets to know her better by reading her diary that she left behind. He finds out her secrets and dreams, including her ultimate wish to count one thousand stars with Phupha (Earth), a forest ranger whom she had fallen in love with.

Against his family’s wishes, Tian travels to a far-flung village and becomes a volunteer teacher just like Torfun. There, he finally meets and tries to get close to Phupha, who appears reserved and unapproachable.

While their initial encounters are far from friendly, Tian and Phupha get to know each other better as the days go by. Soon enough, Tian’s heart starts beating fast when he is around Phupha, just like it did for Torfun.

Subscribers in the Philippines can stream the ten episodes of “A Tale of Thousand Stars” for free in both its Filipino-dubbed version and original Thai version with English subtitles beginning January 29 on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) or on iwanttfc.com. Viewers can also enjoy watching on a bigger screen through select smart TV brands, ROKU streaming devices, and Telstra TV for global users. For the complete list of compatible devices, sign in instructions, and account activation, visit https://iwanttfc.com/help#tfc-on-smart-tv.

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