Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards took to social media on Friday, July 31, to commemorate the first anniversary of their blockbuster movie "Hello, Love, Goodbye."
On Instagram, the actress, who starred in the film as Joy, treated their fans with never-before-seen footage and behind-the-scenes moments from their shoot in Hong Kong.
"Can't believe it's already been a year since #HelloLoveGoodbye! Missing everyone! Happy one year anniversary, HLG team!! Here are some bts I didn't get to post while we were shooting in HK," she wrote in the caption.
The actor, for his part, simply posted a photo of him as his character Ethan, and captioned his post with a line from the film.
"I don't love you," he wrote, with the hashtag #HLGanniversary.
Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and written by Carmi Raymundo, "Hello, Love, Goodbye" is about the love story of Joy, a domestic helper, and Ethan, a bartender, as they both grappled with challenges faced by Filipino migrant workers in Hong Kong.
The movie--which marked the first time Kathryn and Alden, respective homegrown talents of rival networks ABS-CBN and GMA-7, topbilled a movie together--is the highest-grossing Filipino film of all time after it totaled more P880 million in worldwide earnings.
The 2018 movie "The Hows of Us", also a Star Cinema production, where Kathryn starred opposite her reel-life, real-life boyfriend, Daniel Padilla, was previously the record holder with over P800 million in global gross.
Also starring Maymay Entrata, Joross Gamboa, and Cacai Bautista, "Hello, Love, Goodbye" is available for viewing on iWant and KBO.