Before Dennis Trillo returns to the world of Mulawin as Gabriel, the reigning King of Halconia, the Kapuso star first walks through a zombie apocalypse.

The GMA-7 actor headlines the Tagalized version of the 2016 South Korean thriller Train to Busan.

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Train to Busan attracted local audiences upon its release in September 2016. People raved over its riveting plot and action-packed sequences and it became a local hit in the cinemas.

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The film starred Korean actor Gong Yoo, who continued to captivate Filipino audiences with his drama Goblin.


Through his Instagram account, Dennis gave his followers a sneak-peak of his dubbing session with a glimpse of the translated script.

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The Mulawin vs. Ravena actor revealed that he was tasked to take on Gong Yoo’s role of Seok-Woo, the father who risked everything to protect his daughter from the zombie outbreak.

Along with the hashtags "#dubsessions," "#gongyoo," and "#traintobusan," Dennis proudly wrote, "I'm a Tagalizer!"

?????????? i'm a Tagalizer! #dubsessions #gongyoo #traintobusan ????????

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This story originally appeared on Pep.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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