Less than a month since he was featured on South Korean channel KBS’ Screening Humanity, Ryan Bang’s life is set to be featured anew in another documentary.
In an exclusive interview with Ryan, he happily shared that his life is going to be featured on June 27 and 28 and June 30 and July 1 on the show titled Civic News.
However, unlike his first Korean feature, Civic News will come out in the city of Busan alone under the KBS2 channel. Afterwards, the four episodes, according to Ryan, are going to be available on YouTube.
“‘Yung Civic News ay hindi palabas nationwide. Sa isang lugar lang, sa Busan pero marami ring Pilipino doon,” he shared. “Kaya ko ginawa ito ay para i-promote rin ang Philippines sa Busan.”
Although both shows had teams that followed him around for days, Ryan says the two shows differ in how they have presented him as a person.
Unlike Screening Humanity, which focused on his life “off cam,” Ryan says Civic News centered on how he conducted his profession in the Philippines.
Meanwhile, Ryan did not deny that he received offers from Korea after his first feature.
“Meron pa akong mga offer sa Korea. Meron akong offer na morning show, guesting pero kinakausap ko pa,” he said.
The Banana Sundae star stressed that promoting the country remains his top priority as of the moment.
“Pero hindi ibig sabihin na iiwan ko ang Pilipinas para maging artista ako doon. Hindi ko kayang gawin ‘yun kasi malaki talaga ang utang na loob ko sa Philippines,” he said.
Ryan continued, “Kasi kahit ganito ang itsura ko, tinanggap at minahal niyo parin ako.”
Apart from his two features and TV shows, Ryan’s fans can indulge themselves of the comedian as he recently released his second self-produced music video titled “Like Love Follow.”