• Updated
  • 11/12/2013

MANILA, Dec. 11, 2013 – On the 1st of December 2013, Metro Society, in cooperation with LG Electronics Philippines, celebrated its 10th anniversary in the form of a charity and thanksgiving event at the Grand Ballroom of Solaire Resort and Casino.


Dedicated to the victims of super typhoon Yolanda, the event focused on the timeless beauty found in this generation and society.  The event was graced by beautiful guests, fashion designers, and muses who were eager to help strengthen the cause.


LG Electronics paid tribute to Metro Society’s ten radiant women that have shined and shown distinction in their field in the past decade.  This award is derived from the global technology leader’s most premium and advanced innovation to date—the world’s first LG Curved OLED TV.  Launched in the Philippines this month, the LG Curved OLED TV represents the infinite beauty and substance that these women possess.


The LG Curved OLED TV breaks the limits of tradition with its seamlessly curved screen for an optimal TV viewing experience.  A never-before-seen three-credit-card-slim TV blends perfectly with LG’s unique WRGB technology which produces deeper and richer colors.


During the event, LG Electronics also pledged to fully support the victims of recent calamity Yolanda.  On top of their previous cash donations and installations of electricity-generating LG Solar Panels, LG announced their in-kind donations worth P400,000 to beneficiary organization Sagip Kapamilya.  They will also continue their LG Service Camps to aid community rehabilitation.

Miss World 2013 Megan Young and Hoony Bae, vice president of LG Electronics Philippines Home Entertainment division, present certificate of LGEPH in-kind donation to Sagip Kapamilya.

(L-R): Head of ABS-CBN Publishing Ernie Lopez, LGEPH Home Entertainment vice president Hoony Bae, and ABS-CBN chairman Eugenio Lopez III