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LG Philippines: Unveiling of the World's No. 1 OLED TV at the National Museum (plus a glimpse of the museum)!

National Museum of Natural History 

LG Philippines celebrates its 30th anniversary by giving back to our country through donating the world's no.1 OLED TV to the newly-opened National Museum of Natural History.
Unveiling of the World's No. 1 OLED TV at the new National Museum of Natural History 

The event was held last July 16, 2018 at the National Museum of Natural History. It was the perfect venue to unveil and launch LG's OLED TV as the TV's sleek design (only 2.57mm), superb sound, and stunning picture quality serve as a piece of art on its own.
LG Signature OLED TV 

Part of the donation is a commissioned underwater video by Noel Guevara. Guevara, who is a very talented underwater photographer and videographer, featured the rich and diverse beauty of marine life in Balicasag Island in Panglao, Bohol. When the video was finally premiered to the audience through the OLED TV, everyone was in awe to see how true to life it is and how it brought everyone close to nature. It was the vibrant display, the realistic colors, the ability to show off 4K videos with clearest and most detailed pictures, and a cinema-quality Dolby Atmos sound that made the audience immersed to the beauty of the underworld.
LG and NM representatives receiving the donations 

Jeremy Barns, Director of the National Museum of the Philippines, was truly grateful for the large in-kind donations of LG Philippines consisting of one 65-inch OLED TV (E8), one 55-inch OLED TV (C8), and one 55-inch UHD TV.
Jongnam An (VP for Home Entertainment, LG), Inkwun Heo (Managing Director, LG), Jeremy Barns (Director, NM)

And now, because of LG Philippines' Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), everyone who visits the National Museum of Natural History will also be able to view Guevara's work and experience the glorious marine life right in front of your eyes through LG OLED TV. This will provide a better appreciation and awareness of our natural resources, which is in line with LG's goal to harness the power of beautiful images and modern innovative technology to fuel and inspire the next generation.
superb display so sleek and slim! 

This LG OLED "Wallpaper" TV is really awesome and mind-blowing how slim it is -- even thinner than my mobile phone! You can see the display clearly even from different angles. And when I say "clear", I meant true colors, bright, crisp, detailed. Sound quality is also excellent. A dream TV if I may say. The good thing is, they've got a promo:

Every purchase of any LG OLED TV from July 01 to September 02, 2018 at participating dealer stores nationwide entitles the buyer to one digital raffle entry. Thirty (30) prizes are at stake, including one 77-inch LG OLED TV (worth Php849,990), one 55-inch Super UHD TVs (worth Php89,990), two 43-inch UHD TVs (worth Php34,990 each), and more. 

Visit for more details about the promo. 
excellent sound 

Meanwhile, I also got the chance to explore the National Museum of Natural History.

National Museum of Natural History
FREE Admission!
entrance directory 

At the entrance, you'll be asked to deposit your things. Video taking and flash photography are not allowed.
the Tree of Life 

The museum is fairly new and really astounding, especially the huge pillar at the center, which is called the "Tree of Life". You can take the elevator which will lead you directly to the fifth floor, though the galleries in this area are not yet open.
the courtyard spacious galleries 

Take a tour to every floor using the stairs, or use the ramp to have a view of the wide and spacious courtyard. The museum is categorized based on different habitats. You can really learn a lot about our natural wonders -- the plants, the animals, the organisms, even the extinct ones, from each gallery that it might be overwhelming for a day so make time to visit again.

Here are just some photos I've taken during my visit so you'll have an idea on what to see.
the Marine Realm different habitats per gallery 

inside the submarine 

LG Philippines

National Museum of Natural History
T.M. Kalaw Street, Rizal Park, Manila 

Disclaimer: I was invited as a blogger to feature this event. I did not pay anything. Photos with my watermark are mine and shouldn't be used without my permission.