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Also known as  Hoa hồng Việt Nam
Directed by  Joel Lamangan
First episode date  19 September 2005
Network  ABS-CBN
8.3/10 IMDb

Genre  Romance
Country of origin  Philippines
Final episode date  10 February 2006
Number of episodes  105
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Starring  Maricel Soriano Assunta De Rossi Angelica Panganiban John Estrada Jason Abalos
Opening theme  Magpahanggang Wakas by Martin Nievera
Awards  PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Drama Actress
Cast  Maricel Soriano, Angelica Panganiban, Kathryn Bernardo, Jason Abalos, John Estrada
Similar  Krystala, It Might Be You, Crazy for You, Mangarap Ka, Familia Zaragoza

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Vietnam Rose (Vietnamese: Hoa hồng Việt Nam) is a television series that was aired on ABS-CBN. It aired from September 19, 2005 to February 10, 2006.

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Synopsis

Vietnam Rose follows the journey of Nguyễn Đặng Thiêm Yểu, a Vietnamese woman, who embraces life in a foreign land to forget the memory of her tragic past.

Yểu, resembling the plight of thousands of Vietnamese in the turbulent years of the War, was pushed out of her beloved nation. As her father, a Vietcong, fights out the invading forces, she discovers that her mother has betrayed them by having an affair with a Filipino soldier. Later on, this illicit affair comes back to haunt Yểu’s family, as her father is accidentally killed by the Filipino soldier. In the succeeding moments, Yểu is washed away to a foreign land – the Philippines – where she starts and builds a new life as a Filipino with a Vietnamese heart.

Years pass and little Yểu has grown into Carina Mojica dela Cerna, a successful businesswoman who is married to man who belongs to one of the most powerful families in the Philippines. Seemingly living a perfect life, Carina has learned to adapt to Philippine ways, but continues to pay respects to her cultural background as a Vietnamese. All the while she also successfully hides a dark secret to her past. That is, until one mysterious night, when an image of her dying mother appears to her and begs her to come home to Vietnam.

Carina is now being haunted by the past and thus realizes that her present unhappiness stems from her not being able to confront her past. She goes back to Vietnam to face her mother and settle things once and for all. However, as she arrives in Vietnam in an effort to move on, a complication confronts her. Carina meets her half-sister, Đoàn Đặng Thiên Tín, a smart young Vietnamese who has grown up in the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City. Living a hard life with her mother, Tín has grown resentful of the sister who has abandoned them and was the source of her mother’s heart break.

The two sisters are now forced to be together, bound by their sense of duty and a promise they had made to their dying mother to take care and love each other. Now is the start of an overly complicated relationship of love, hate, revenge and the attainment of ultimate happiness as Yểu, in her journey through life with her sister, learns that only through coming to terms with the past will she realize where her heart, caught between two worlds and two loves, truly lies.

Cast

  • Maricel Soriano as Carina Mojica dela Cerna (Nguyễn Đặng Thiêm Yểu)
  • John Estrada as Alexander "Alex" dela Cerna
  • Jay Manalo as Lê Đình Hiền Hoàng (Miguel)
  • Jim Pebangco as Armando Custodio
  • Rosa Rosal as Editha dela Cerna
  • Chanda Romero as Vida Mojica
  • Ilonah Jean as Emilia Custodio
  • Tony Mabesa as Fidel dela Cerna
  • Gilette Sandico as Nguyễn Đặng Thiên Yểu (dying mom)
  • Ricky Davao as Enrico Hernandez
  • Gina Alajar as Amanda Hernandez
  • Baron Geisler as Nguyễn Vũ Phòng Luận Hồi/Billy (Isabel's father/young Vietnamese)
  • Lollie Mara as Luz
  • Assunta de Rossi as Adriana (mistress of Alex)
  • Angelica Panganiban as Đoàn Đặng Thiên Tín
  • Jason Abalos as JR Hernandez (Enrico's son)
  • Janelle Quintana
  • AJ Dee as Trần Him Hạnh Trinh
  • Joseph Bitangcol as Paolo Custodio
  • Michelle Madrigal as Faith dela Cerna
  • Kathryn Bernardo as Young Carina dela Cerna
  • Joshua Dionisio as Young Lê Đình Hiền Hoàng (Miguel)
  • References

    Vietnam Rose Wikipedia


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