Why does Ian Veneracion want to take a break from acting?

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  • More popularly known
    these days as Governor Eduardo
    Buenavista in the hit Primetime
    Bida series Pangako Sa ‘Yo, Ian
    Veneracion admitted that he
    sometimes gets mistaken for a real
    politician when he’s out in public.
    Some fans on social media even
    went as far as to compare him to
    several political figures in real life.
    The father of three said he has no
    plans of running for public office.

    “Oo nakita ko. Pinakita sa
    akin ng anak ko sa Facebook.
    Siyempre natatawa ako dahil wala,
    nakakatawa lang. At saka hindi
    ako active online. Wala akong
    Instagram, wala akong Twitter.
    May Facebook ako which I open
    once in I don’t know (laughs).
    Ang pinapaalala ko sa mga tao
    kasi ang tawag nila sa akin ‘Gov.’
    Sinasabi ko, ‘Please lang huwag
    niyo akong iboto.’ Kunwari lang
    yun. Hindi talaga ako Governor
    (laughs),” he said.

    The former teen heartthrob
    also shared why in this day and
    age he has chosen not to be active
    on social media unlike stars who
    have a hundreds of thousands
    of followers online. “Because
    I enjoy real conversations with

    people and yun nga, the more
    time I spend for example sa social
    network, all the more na hindi
    ko na kailangan puntahan yung
    kaibigan ko matagal ko ng hindi
    nakita. Dun na lang kasi nagkikita
    naman kayo dun. Pero it’s not
    the same. So ako I’d rather have
    coffee with someone, an old
    friend, yung ganyan, or have real
    conversations,” he explained.

    With Pangako Sa ‘Yo slated
    to end in the first quarter of this
    year, Ian said he has no plans of
    working on another soap right
    away. “I’m really thankful dahil
    successful ngayon yung show
    and maganda yung feedback
    nila pero hindi ko alam where it
    will end. Pero yung magkasunod
    agad? Parang nakakapagod
    masyado yun. Kasi not only is it
    time consuming but emotionally
    siyempre you’re involved with
    the character and you live that
    character. For example, my
    character of Eduardo. I can say
    na oo hindi ako si Eduardo pero
    yung nakikita niyong umiiyak at
    natutuwa si Ian yun eh, ako yun eh.
    Hugot ko yun from my personal
    experiences so how can I say that
    that’s not Ian di ba? So yun nga,
    dala mo rin yun so mahirap naman
    to go from one character to another
    just like that. Lalo na pag show na
    ilang months or isang taon mong
    ginagawa. Meron ka dapat break
    para maka-move on and to have
    space for the future characters,”
    he said.• – R. M. Santos, push.com

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