A tale of two generations tied by the same fate in love, Kapamilya soap opera Love Thy Woman promises to treat viewers to top-calibre performances. It follows the story of half-sisters Jia (Kim Chiu) and Dana (Yam Concepcion) who are bound to become bitter rivals over their father Adam (Christopher de Leon)’s affection, corporate success, and one man named David (Xian Lim).
Dana and David had a good start in their relationship, bringing them to marriage. In what seemed like a fulfilment of a seer’s prophecy, the majestic wedding ceremonies ended in a tragic car accident, leading Dana to comatose. The frequent visit in the hospital brought David closer to Jia until their closeness prospered into an illicit affair, much to the dismay of Jia’s mother Kai (Sunshine Cruz) who once took the same fate of being a mistress to Adam.
Talking more about their roles, Kim Chiu describes Jia as a simple girl driven to pursue a career in interior design. Yam Concepcion calls Dana as a spoiled billionaire’s daughter always at work to outshine others especially her half-sister.
Joining them are veterans Christopher de Leon as Adam Wong, the patriarch with a rugs-to-riches story; Eula Valdez as Lucy, the legal wife willing to fight for her territory; and Sunshine Cruz as Kai, a lounge singer and Adam’s second wife.
Zsa Zsa Padilla plays as Helen Chao, the mom and voice of reason in David’s life. Adding more feisty twists in the plot is Ruffa Gutierrez’ character, Amanda Del Mundo introduced as Lucy’s protégé.
Love Thy Woman explores the realities of a Filipino-Chinese family and culture, hence, the promise of a great cinematography care of its scenic locations such as Singapore and the province of Ilocos. Each scene and character were meticulously crafted for this latest offering, at the helm of Jeffrey Jeturian, Jerry Lopez Sineneng, and Andoy Ranay.