Kathryn Bernardo admitted that she enjoyed the transition of her character Yna in the primetime serye Pangako Sa ’yo.
According to the actress, she can somehow relate now to Yna’s new personality in book 2. “Actually na-enjoy ko ‘yung transition niya because ‘yung book 1 kilala natin si Yna bilang ano simple siya, doon galing sa probinsya na masunurin, well ganon pa rin naman sa book 2 pero mas nag-grow and mas naging modern woman ‘yung Yna ngayon which na-enjoy ko siyang gawin kasi mas may Kathryn ng kaunti and mas fun
,” she said in an interview with Push.com.ph
The actress said that she has learned a lot from doing the soap. “Siguro ‘yung pagbigay ng different attack sa mga scenes na hindi dapat lahat pare-pareho and dapat may ino-offer ka na iba or na interesting gabi-gabi sa napapanood nila.”
On her team-up with Daniel Padilla, Kathryn remarked that they have grown as actors because of Pangako Sa’yo. “Kasi ito ‘yung pinaka-mature na nagawa namin eh kailangan hindi siya dapat kilig-kilig lang, kailangan din siya ng lalim. ‘Yung great love story, ‘yun din naman ‘yung story ng Pangako Sa’yo na kailangan namin bigyan ng justice.”
Kathryn also talked about working with Diego Loyzaga who plays as the third wheel in Yna and Angelo’s (Daniel Padilla) love story in the soap. She shared that it was easy working with Diego since she has already worked with him before. “Actually hindi naman ‘to ‘yung first time to work with Diego. Actually I worked with him during Growing Up a few years ago and actually nakatulong ‘yung nakatrabaho ko siya before kasi mas komportable na ako sa kanya ngayon and super close na sila ni DJ kaya naging madala katrabaho lahat.”
Diego will be having his own ka-love team next year in the person of Sofia Andres and Kathryn has her piece of advice for them. “Good luck with Diego and Sofia, they looked together, may spark naman talaga and kung may advice ako na mabibigay sa kanila siguro magpakatotoo, very natural as possible and dapat maganda sana ‘yung friendhip before anything. Kayang-kaya nila ‘yan.”