Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme 11 years old

The film will focus before the birth of the twins. It was a set-up arranged marriage for their father Don Luisito Go Dong Hae played by Ariel Ureta to a lady with Korean Sang Kang Kang played by Alodia Gosiengfiao. Go Dong Hae refuses to marry and chose Kimmy and Dora's mother as his wife. In the present, an unexpected ghost is surfacing the family's lives and they found out that Sang Kang Kang that is supposed to be married by their father was already dead and they need to quest for the tranquility of their lives by travelling all the way to South Korea.[4] As Kimmy and Dora accepts the proposals of their boyfriends played by Zanjoe Marudo and Dingdong Dantes, strange things began to happen leading their boyfriends and their father in a comatose condition. Sang Kang Kang is back for revenge, and Kimmy and Dora are trying every possible solution to fight against the revenge ghost.


Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme Cast

Name Character
Zanjoe Marudo He was 29, now 41 years old as Barry
Marvin Agustin He was 33, now 45 years old as Dr. Jose Rizal
Maricar Reyes She was 30, now 42 years old as Flight Attendant
Miriam Quiambao She was 37, now 48 years old as Gertrude
Jinggoy Estrada He was 49, now 61 years old as Himself
Ryan Bang He was 20, now 32 years old as Young Luisito
Eugene Domingo She was 40, now 52 years old as Kimmy / Dora Go Dong Hae / Charito
John Lapus He was 38, now 50 years old as Reception Host
Kiray Celis as Young Charito
Moi Marcampo as Elena
Kris Aquino She was 41, now 53 years old as Herself
Ariel Ureta He was 65, now 77 years old as Luisito Go Dong Hae
Dingdong Dantes He was 31, now 43 years old as Johnson

Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme Crew

Name Department
Chris Martinez as Writer. Writing
Joyce E. Bernal as Director. Directing
Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme poster
Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme (11 years)

  • Release day: Wednesday, June 13, 2012
  • Runtime: 105 minutes