His slow decline from stardom started when his former on-screen partner Sandara Park returned to her native Korea to start her own career, former actor Hero Angeles said. Hindi ko alam, pero parang palagi mainit 'yung ulo niya sakin," Angeles said.
Even during their more celebrated times as a love team, constant quarrels plagued their relationship off-cam, forcing them to put on affection for their throngs of fans back then. (She was like, weird; like she was a cartoon character. The things she was into were different, but she had people whom she gelled with. I don't know, but it seemed she was always pissed at me.)Their quarreling eventually led to a confrontation where Park admitted disliking him. ' Tiningnan ako, sabi, ' I don't like you.' Sabi ko, ' Bakit, may ginawa ba ako? (I talked to her one time; there were even people who witnessed it. I approached her and asked, "What's your problem?
), better known by her stage name Dara, is a South Korean singer, actress and host.
Seen as one of the few most influential Korean stars in the Philippines due to the success of her multifaceted career, she was given the honorific national title "Pambansang Krungkrung ng Pilipinas", and was nicknamed the "Bo A of the Philippines" by Korean fans.
The cultural differences and the language barrier add to their frustration.
It didn't help that they had constantly argued despite their sweet image on camera."Ano siya, weird. Ang daming naka-line up na projects, commercials, tapos bigla, in a snap, aalis ka," Angeles said. There were so many projects lined up like commercials and stuff, then suddenly she left in a snap.)Angeles sought to salvage his solo career with ABS-CBN, but the alleged mishandling of his showbiz engagements by his brother and manager Henry only served to aggravate the situation.
In 2008, Angeles formally transferred to GMA where he starred in a number of television series. Asked if he intends to make a showbiz comeback, Angeles said he intends to become an actor again should opportunities arise."Kung may magbubukas ng pinto, papasok ako.
She signed with Star Magic after the completion of the competition and officially began her music career with the self-titled extended play, Sandara, which debuted atop the Philippine charts and has sold over 100,000 physical copies.
It remains the only album by a Korean born act to be certified platinum by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry.