The To All the Boys film franchise is officially done filming, according to Janel Parrish. On September 11, the Hawaiian actor announced the three-part film series has wrapped in Seoul and she’s already headed back stateside — but not before becoming part of the BTS Army.
“Seoul. As I leave you, I am a wreck. I’ve loved you these two weeks and fallen in love with the food, culture, people, and THE MUSIC,” Janel wrote on her Twitter. And the capitals in the last item were very much needed as the latter half of her message proves.
The cast and crew have spent the last few weeks in Korea filming the last installment of TATB and, apart from Janel officially becoming an Army, it looks like the South Korean capital definitely left a mark on the three Covey sisters who “left a piece of our hearts in Seoul” — quite literally, as well, since the trio decided to leave their love for the city with a love padlock, of course, signed the “Seoul Sisters.”
To bid farewell to the lovable Margot, Janel also took to her Instagram to share a couple of BTS (this time really meaning behind-the-scenes) pics with her onscreen sisters Anna Cathcart and Lana Condor.
The PLL alum shared a series of snapshots from the Covey sisters’ time in Seoul and accompanied them with a heartfelt mini letter. “That’s a wrap on @toalltheboysnetflix #alwaysandforeverlarajean. What can I say...to have done these three movies as Margot has been a dream I can’t believe is over. So grateful for all of it, but to have closed out the trilogy in Korea with these ladies as been so special.”
“To my Covey sisters: I’m forever your big sister. Grateful this film brought us into each other’s lives,” Janel continued. “To my @sarayublue: the soul sister my heart has found. I love you ladies. To everyone who worked on the film: thank you. To the fans: can’t wait for you to see what we’ve been cooking up for you. We love you, always and forever.”
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before premiered on Netflix back in August 2018 and fans have been eagerly anticipating its sequels pretty much since. The first of the film’s sequels, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, wrapped up filming in May and will premiere on February 12, 2020.
As for the last installment, To All the Boys: Always and Forever Lara Jean, Netflix recently announced the film was already in production after fans suspected the cast had been filming the sequels back to back (which Noah Centineo himself also confirmed).
Now that filming is seemingly done for good, Netflix has yet to set a release date for the third film, but we’ll definitely keep our eyes peeled. Who knows, maybe BTS’s next album could even be part of the soundtrack?
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