Everywhere I look, people are raving about Netflix’s To All the Boy I’ve Loved Before. Based on the book by Jenny Han, it revolves around 16-year-old Lara Jean Song Covey (played by Lana Candor) and her many crushes.
Aside from the kilig that people felt from the film, they also can’t get over Peter Kavinsky (played by Noah Centineo). So let’s see how they’ve been fangirling over this new heartthrob.
Netizens have declared their love for Peter and shared several GIFs, clips, and photos to honor his good looks. Even Netflix US agrees.
That’s all. pic.twitter.com/syHK3uCzrr
— Netflix US (@netflix) August 20, 2018
Me: i'm not falling for another white man
peter kavinsky: I-
— NooR? (@Hazlover_NH) August 20, 2018
Just watched To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and I think I’m in love with Peter Kavinsky
— eve (@evebennettx) August 19, 2018
peter woah woah woah kavinsky pic.twitter.com/CA5g7YkUaf
— robs (@deansaIIie) August 20, 2018
There were also those, including Hannah Pangilinan, who are wishing to get their own Peter in their lives. We feel ya.
*patiently waits for her peter kavinsky*
— Hannah Pangilinan (@hannahkathleenp) August 19, 2018
If you aren’t trying to be my Peter Kavinsky don’t talk to me
— Shentaaa (@tay03100) August 19, 2018
i repeat : where tf is my peter kavinsky?!?
— sofia (@sofiapatience) August 19, 2018
Of course, because people couldn’t get enough, they’re already asking for a sequel. That won’t be a long shot since Jenny Han wrote two more books: P.S. I Still Love You and Always and Forever.
— ? (@ngocahn) August 20, 2018
to all the boys i’ve loved before gave me such a 90s/early 2000s teen romcom movie vibes with a modern-day twist, i didn’t want it to end! can this pls get a sequel or better yet, a Netflix series continuing where it left off and telling the story of the other two books? i beg! pic.twitter.com/KFHDntaxnt
— ???☽ | ?? ???? ???? ????? ? (@RXMANSPHOENIX) August 18, 2018
How about you? Are you swooning over Peter Kavinsky too? Let us know because we are!
Photo courtesy of Netflix Philippines
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