Kim Chiu re­veals that her past re­la­tion­ship was one-sided: ‘Siyem­pre natuto ako’

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eh. Kung wala, tanga na yun eh. Balanse ito,” she r eveal ed.

At 28 years old, Kim said she still be­lieves in find­ing that one great love in her life. The Ka­pam­ilya ac­tress just re­cently ad­mit­ted that she and Xian Lim were of­fi­cially a cou­ple. “Nanini­wala ako sa one great love. Nung una nahi­ra­pan ako intindi­hin ano bang kaiba­han ng true love, great love, first love, one-sided love, ang daming iba’t ibang klase ng love kaya ang daming naba­baliw sa love. Kaya nanini­wala ako sa great love kasi ang great love yan yung feel­ing na nararam­daman mo sa isang tao na kahit lu­mi­pas na yung maram­ing pana­hon hindi pa rin nag­bago yung panini­gin mo para sa kanya. Hindi ko pa alam kung na­hanap ko na yung great love ko pero sana ma­hanap ko siya. Wish ko din yung na-e-ex­pe­ri­ence ni JC (De Vera) ngayon. Sana balang araw ma­hanap ko rin yung one great love ko,” she shared.

Mean­while, Kim in­vites her troop of sup­port­ers to watch One Great Love, one of the of­fi­cial en­tries to this year’s Metro Manila Film Fes­ti­val. It also stars her new lead­ing men Den­nis Trillo and JC de Vera on De­cem­ber 25 in cin­e­mas na­tion­wide.

By now, it’s no sur­prise that Kim Chiu is well­spo­ken in Bisaya as she spent her for­ma­tive years in her home­town, Cebu City.

What’s amaz­ing is that the One Great Love lead­ing lady is also elo­quent in Waray, the na­tive lan­guage of Ta­cloban where she was born, and Man­darin, the spo­ken lan­guage of the Chi­nese to which she cul­tur­ally iden­ti­fies.

This, af­ter Kim proved her­self well as a mul­ti­lin­gual trans­la­tor in StarS­tu­dio’s Trans­la­tion Chal­lenge, wherein she had to trans­late dif­fer­ent English phrases to Bisaya, Waray, and Man­darin. With not so much as break­ing a sweat, the ac­tress fared to trans­late five phrases cor­rectly.

Mean­while, Kim in­vites her troop of sup­port­ers to watch One Great Love, one of the of­fi­cial en­tries to this year’s Metro Manila Film Fes­ti­val. It also stars her new lead­ing men Den­nis Trillo and JC de Vera on De­cem­ber 25 in cin­e­mas na­tion­wide.

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