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VIRAL: Momoland to donate upcoming concert earnings to Filipino kids

September 16, 2019 Shaina Dulay

♫ Wow wow ♪ K-pop girl group Momoland is planning to donate their concert earnings to Filipino kids in need!

♫ Give it to you my nun-nun-nun-nun-nun-nun nunbit ♪, South Korean girl group Momoland sang. Their song ‘Bboom Bboom’ became famous in the Philippines after a lot of Filipinos were hooked with its tune and dance. However, instead of what they said in their song’s lyrics, they will soon ♫ give it to the kids, Fi-fi-fi Filipino kids ♪.

With an upcoming concert, Momoland will donate its earnings to Filipino kids in need, according to MLD Entertainment. Moreover, their agency also reveals that the K-pop stars are also planning to hold annual charity events.

Wow, we stan a generous group!

 

‘Good Friends in Manila’

Originally consisting of 7 members, Hyebin, Yeonwoo, Jane, Taeha, Nayun, Daisy, JooE, Ahin, and Nancy now comprises Momoland. They will perform, along with other Korean artists, at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on October 5.

Titled ‘Good Friends in Manila’, this concert’s earnings would proceed to the children from barangays San Jose and Calawis in Antipolo City, Rizal. They would receive clothes and other necessities.

Next to ‘Bboom Bboom’, a similar song ‘Baam’ also became a hit in the country, often playing on local radio stations. Sometimes too often. 

Because of this, Momoland recognize Filipinos very well. Our culture was even featured in their ‘Baam’ music video as they featured shots of them dancing in front of jeepneys and even holding the Philippine flag.

K-pop group Momoland showcases Filipino culture in music ...

Frankly, Momoland may not have the best songs in the K-Pop industry, with hits that obviously follow a certain generic formula. But showing how they value and care for their fans is praise-worthy. Maybe this is the road to stanning the girls more.

 

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