EventsLG TVs illuminate ‘Spoliarium’ at National Museum of Fine...

LG TVs illuminate ‘Spoliarium’ at National Museum of Fine Arts

Celebrating 140 years of Juan Luna's masterpiece with an added interactive experience

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LG Philippines product director for home entertainment Yongwoo Park, LG Philippines managing director Nakhyun Seong, National Museum of the Philippines director-general Jeremy Barns, CESO III, deputy director-general for administration Atty. Ma. Rosenne Flores-Avila, and National Museum deputy director-general for museums Jorell M. Legaspi at the official turnover of the LG OLED TVs at the Old Senate Session Hall of the National Museum of Fine Arts

LG Electronics, a global leader in technology and innovation, proudly announces its partnership with the National Museum of the Philippines, furthering its commitment to supporting cultural heritage and promoting the arts. The announcement was made during a special event held at the National Museum of Fine Arts, where Nakhyun Seong, managing director of LG Philippines, expressed LG’s pride in celebrating the Philippines’ rich cultural heritage.

“We are honored to collaborate with the National Museum of Fine Arts for the 140th anniversary of Spoliarium by Juan Luna,” said Mr. Seong. “Through our donation this National Heritage Month, we hope that more people will be able to enjoy the enhanced interactive experience and get a deeper understanding and appreciation of Luna’s significant work and its historical context.”

During the event, director-general Jeremy Barns of the National Museum also addressed the audience, acknowledging the importance of modernizing cultural institutions for today’s generation: “It’s a challenge for the National Museum today to make museums accessible to the modern generation. The addition of LG OLED AI TVs will greatly enhance our ability to engage visitors and provide them with enriching experiences.”

LG Philippines product director for home entertainment Yongwoo Park, LG Philippines managing director Nakhyun Seong, National Museum of the Philippines director-general Jeremy Barns, CESO III, deputy director-general for administration Atty. Ma. Rosenne Flores-Avila, and National Museum deputy director-general for museums Jorell M. Legaspi at the official turnover of the LG OLED TVs at the Old Senate Session Hall of the National Museum of Fine Arts

Yongwoo Park, LG product director for home entertainment, provided insights into LG’s latest advancements in home entertainment during the event. “Our Home Entertainment vision—’Sync to You, Open to All’—is guiding how our TVs are becoming windows onto different experiences,” said Mr. Park. “With your partnership, we’re continuing our OLED leadership, now in our 11th year.”

Drew Arellano, Bianca Yao, LG Philippines product director for home entertainment Yongwoo Park, Gretchen Ho, and Mikee Reyes

Angelica Dumlao, product manager for TV, detailed the features of the LG OLED AI TV 2024 lineup, emphasizing the role of AI technology in enhancing the viewing experience. LG enthusiasts and avid users also shared their experiences with LG OLED AI TVs. “As a cinephile, having LG OLED AI B4 is like having a cinema experience right in your home,” said TV personality Gretchen Ho. “Whenever I see my documentaries and movies on the screen, the colors are so vibrant and the details are so clear, it feels like I’m still immersed in my travels.”

Gretchen Ho with the LG OLED AI B4

Drew Arellano, a devoted family man and renowned TV personality, talked about the system’s transformative impact on his family’s entertainment. “For me, as a family man, LG OLED AI TVs are more than just cutting-edge technology; they’re a gateway to unforgettable moments shared with loved ones.”

Drew Arellano with the LG OLED AI G4

Bianca Yao, aka Biancake, an avid gamer, shared her enthusiasm for LG OLED AI TVs, particularly the LG OLED AI C4, which she described as a game-changer for gaming enthusiasts. “For us gamers, OLED is the number one TV in gaming. The LG OLED AI C4’s gaming capabilities really set it apart.”

Sportscaster Mikee Reyes highlighted the LG QNED AI TV’s exceptional features, stating, “My next-level screen delivers vibrant colors and detailed picture quality from any angle.” He mentioned how the TV’s vibrant colors and detailed picture quality enhance the viewing experience, especially for sports enthusiasts like himself.

In closing, Mayan Salapantan, LG Philippines head of corporate marketing, emphasized LG’s commitment to integrating advanced technology with timeless art to enhance cultural experiences. She expressed pride in supporting initiatives that bring people together, spark creativity, and promote education, aligning with LG’s brand promise of “Life’s Good” and brand mission of creating a better life for all through smart life solutions.

LG OLED AI products are available via lg.com/ph and through flagship stores on Lazada and Shopee. For more information, visit and follow their social media channels on Facebook, Instagram, Tiktok and Youtube (@lgphilippines).

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