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As young Chichay Kathryn Bernardo unexpectedly met young Joaquin Daniel Padilla in their family-owned amusement fairshe taught him to believe that magic exists.

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However, their friendship abruptly ended as Chichay's family moved to the province while Joaquin had an almost-fatal accident which prevented him from living a normal life. Ten years later, they have literally bumped into each other but never had any idea about their childhood past. Despite living a comfortable and wealthy life, teenage Joaquin feels he is different due to his brain injury. His overprotective mother, Juliana Carmina Villaroelunknowingly hired teenage Chichay as his nanny.

The two that had started off having an unpleasant relationship with each other eventually became friends. While their feelings blossomed into love, things also got complicated and had put them to the test as they encountered numerous conflicts like their parents' past, their economic gap and the cause of Joaquin's accident when he was still a kid.

The second season began with the episode aptly entitled "The New Chapter", which takes place two years after the events of the first season with both lead characters already living a different life respectively. New challenges and additional conflicts occur for most of the characters Pagdating ng panahon instrumental piano by richard the major plot from the previous season unravels to the storyline.

Extensively used to promote the show was the tagline -- "The heart remembers what the mind forgets. Alex Liza Soberano was a major addition to the cast in a Pagdating ng panahon instrumental piano by richard role.

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But due to the request of Koreanovela fans, the series was later postponed because of That Winter, the Wind Blows. It was later included in his compilation album, Born for You: His Best and More that was released on July 19, The album was recorded in the Philippines and co-produced by Pomeranz with Filipino composer Lorrie Ilustre. The song was a popular hit within the country during the time of the album's release. It was also covered by Filipino band Side A and was used as a Pagdating ng panahon instrumental piano by richard song for the Filipino romance film Got 2 Believe.

Due to the song's previous usage in the film, director Cathy Garcia-Molina clarified that the television drama is completely different. The rendition featured within the show is sung by Filipina singer Juris. Due to the series' high popularity, it gained a fan base called G2B Army.

The series also started releasing different Got to Believe merchandises like covers for tablets, hoodies, and shirts thru B. The title originated from the popular song "Got to Believe in Magic" performed by David Pomeranz, and covered by Filipino band Side A, which was also the movie's theme song. It was a box office success in the Philippines. This would be Rico Yan's last film before his death in March later that year.