Talking about the longest running drama anthology in Philippine television, it would be Maalaala Mo Kaya or MMK. It was created by ABS-CBN Corporation with various writers and directors. Through the years we have cried, laughed, reflected and got a lot of inspirations on so many episodes of the said weekly drama. The host for the show and she has been there since its start is none other than Charo Santos-Concio. The theme music composer for MMK is Constancio de Guzman.

Maalaala Mo Kaya or MMK has originated in the Philippines and truly a Philippine pride. With 1 ½ running time, one could surely learn a lot of relevant and life-changing lessons in various situations. One of the good things about MMK is its promo. And it has changed through the years in terms of prices but the concept is still the same. While watching a certain episode, one should guess the title of the show. There should be a careful analysis of the episode and relate it to a certain thing, place, situation, etc. At the end of the episode, the title is revealed along with the name of the winner and the prize to be received.

Maalaala Mo Kaya (MMK) a Philippine Pride the Review
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If you are already in your 30s and above, you probably have watched a lot of episodes of Maalaala Mo Kaya. Well, there are so many notable episodes since they have created an impact in the lives of the viewers. With regards to the most unforgettable episodes, and probably the best, they are Rubber Shoes with Romnick Sarmienta, Sako with Jay Manalo, Regalo with Vilma Santos, Pier 39 with Judy Anne Santos and Piolo Pascual, Baul with the host herself, Charo Santos-Concio and Coney Reyes, Unan with Angelica Panganiban, Sing-along Bar with Maricel Soriano, Sa Kandungan mo Inay with Anita Linda, Retaso with Nora Aunor, Burda with Sharon Cuneta, and Bisekleta with Dolphy.

Through the years, MMK has contributed to the emotional aspect of every person. The episodes were cleverly done and well-researched. We can expect more for greater years of MMK. Maalaala Mo Kaya is one of the treasures of Philippine television that will continue to inspire people in their lives as they are able to watch relevant episodes.

Make it a habit of watching Maalaala Mo Kaya at ABS-CBN every Saturday 8:15 PM and let your tears flow and your laughter burst with well-made episodes that inspire.

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