Kristoffer "destined" to work again with ex-gf Joyce Ching: "Nagkahiwalay ng landas, binalik ulit."

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Kristoffer Martin believes that he and Joyce Ching are destined to be onscreen partners, even though GMA tried different partners for them. "Yun nga, pag destined kayo magkatrabaho, magkakatrabaho talaga kayo. Nagkahiwalay na nang landas, binalik ulit."


It has been six years since the love team of Kristoffer Martin and Joyce Ching was first formed through the teen-oriented weekly series Tween Hearts.

The two became on and off-screen partners, broke up in real life, and would later on be paired with different actors, but they would find themselves being paired again in several projects.

Kristoffer said about this, "Yun nga, pag destined kayo magkatrabaho, magkakatrabaho talaga kayo. Nagkahiwalay na nang landas, binalik ulit."

In fact, the two are paired again for GMA-7's new afternoon drama series Hahamakin Ang Lahat.

But this time, the KrisJoy tandem has already graduated from teenybopper roles as their new series and their characters will tackle more serious topics such as early pregnancy.

"Magstart siya, sa una kasi ang in love lang is yung lalaki. Ako lang.

"Si Joyce kasi dito, may boyfriend tapos Chinese family so sobrang strict ng parents niya, pag Chinese, Chinese lang. Pero yung boyfriend niya is Pinoy din, mabubuntis siya, hindi siya papanindigan.

"Pero sobrang mahal ko lang 'tong babaeng to, nung hindi siya pinanindigan, ako yung tatayong ama at asawa niya."

According to him, that plot makes it more interesting and different from other TV dramas aired on TV.

Kristoffer explained, "Siguro kasi ako ngayon ko lang nakita na ganoon ka desperate yung lalaki para sa love ng babae.

"Ang main purpose kasi noong character ko si Junjun, family-oriented talaga siya lalo na sa mommy niya kailangan niyang ipaghiganti, tapos biglang masisira kasi mai-in-love siya ng todo todo kay Rachel.

"Ako hindi ko alam from meron na ba from the past, iniwan ng asawa niya tapos aakuin niya lahat, papakasalan niya kahit wala siyang pera."

In a separate interview, Joyce said that she will have kissing scenes with Kristoffer and her other leading man Bruno Gabriel in the series.

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Kristoffer pointed out that what's good about him and Joyce is despite their past relationship, the two do not feel awkward with each other when doing scenes. In fact, they are tagged as "ex-goals."

Read: Joyce Ching happy about 'ex-goals' setup with Kristoffer Martin

"Nakakatawa nga, ang GMA kasi ang bini-bill sa amin, ex-goals. Kumbaga di ba, may mga BFF goals, sa amin, ex-goals.

"Kasi other than that, sobrang okay kami ni Joyce. As in walang ilangan, siguro mga first few months lang tapos nagkailangan, tapos nagkatrabaho, tapos sobrang okay na namin."

With this new drama series that will start airing on October 31, it seems like Kristoffer will be doing a lot of dramatic scenes again, just like his past TV shows.

The 21-year-old actor admitted, "Hirap pa nga din ako hanggang ngayon, e. Pero doon kasi ako nilalagay, e.

"Siguro natutunan ko na lang din siyang mahalin. Pero kasi nung bagu-bago ako, ayoko kasi doon yung takot ng bagong artista, ayokong umiyak.

"Tapos makikita ko yung sarili ko, doon ako nilalagay. Masaya din kasi sabi nila nabibigyan ko naman ng justice. So masaya na hindi nangaggaling sa magulang ko lang," he quipped.



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