LG OLED TVs Enhance Artistic Experiences at National Museum of Fine Arts

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LG OLED TVs Enhance Artistic Experiences at National Museum of Fine Arts

LG Electronics is a world leader in new technology, and the company is excited to announce a groundbreaking partnership with the National Museum of the Philippines. LG announced this relationship at a special event at the National Museum of Fine Arts. It shows how committed the company is to preserving cultural heritage and the arts.

LG OLED TVs Enhance Artistic Experiences at National Museum of Fine Arts
LG OLED TVs Enhance Artistic Experiences at National Museum of Fine Arts

LG Philippines' Managing Director, Nakhyun Seong, said it was an honor for the company to be a part of this cultural milestone. "LG's zeal for the arts and culture is at the heart of our mission," Seong said. "Our collaboration with the National Museum of Fine Arts, marking the 140th anniversary of Juan Luna's 'Spoliarium', is a testament to this dedication."

LG helps the National Museum in more ways than just this one donation. "The integration of LG OLED AI TVs will invigorate the artistic legacy of the National Museum of Fine Arts," Seong said. "This fusion of cutting-edge technology and ageless artistry signals our commitment to boosting the appreciation and accessibility of cultural heritage."

The Director-General of the National Museum, Jeremy Barns, agreed that cultural organizations need to change to meet the needs of modern audiences. "The introduction of LG OLED AI TVs will significantly enhance our interaction with visitors, delivering enlightening experiences," Barns said.

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LG's Product Director for Home Entertainment, Yongwoo Park, and Product Manager for TV, Angelica Dumlao, talked about LG's newest home entertainment products at the event. Some of the things they talked about were how AI technology, like the Alpha11 AI Processor and LG's QNED TVs, can improve the watching experience.

At the event, LG fans and everyday users like TV host Gretchen Ho, Drew Arellano, gamer Bianca Yao, and sportscaster Mikee Reyes gave testimonials. All of them said that their LG OLED AI TVs had changed the way they enjoyed the entertainment.

At the end of the event, Mayan Salapantan, Head of Corporate Marketing for LG Philippines, said again that LG is committed to improving cultural experiences by mixing cutting-edge technology with classic art. This fits with LG's brand claim that "Life's Good" and its goal to make life better through smart solutions.

Filipinos are ready for their most important times because LG Electronics Philippines keeps making great home entertainment gear. LG promises to bring "Innovation for a Better Life" to the whole country, from Mindanao to Visayas to Luzon. You can buy LG OLED AI products at lg.com/ph and its main shops on Lazada and Shopee. Visit and follow their social media pages on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube (@lgphilippines) to find out more.

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