Our next Christmas Special is finally up! This time, it’s a Caroling Episode with Where’s Ramona? and they went door-to-door at Goodrich Village, Marikina City!

For UDOU’s first episode of the back-to-back Christmas Special, you’ve seen Fourplay MNL singing Christmas jingles and their original songs at Moonleaf Tea Shop, Maginhawa. If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out right here!

In this Caroling Episode with Where’s Ramona?, the rising band honored the Filipino Christmas traditions by going door-to-door! They visited five homes in Goodrich Village, Marikina City last Wednesday, December 19.

Watch the heartwarming episode now!

Christmas really is the season of giving. And this episode is not only about that but is also to rekindle the Filipino Christmas traditions. Before, members of Where’s Ramona? would go caroling as kids. But years later, they were able to do it as a band! Not only that, but it’s their turn to give back tokens of appreciation instead of asking for change or pamasko. The homeowners also had some polaroid photos with the band!

Such a fun episode! Watching the band members sing Christmas jingles joyously and seeing the happy faces of the homeowners will surely be etched in memory.

This Christmas Special also showed how hospitable Filipinos truly are. They welcomed the band with no hesitation at all. You just gotta love Filipinos especially at this time of the year!

Overall, the back-to-back Christmas Special: Caroling Episode with Fourplay MNL and Where’s Ramona? showed what Christmas is all about. And it is a reminder of how we should not forget its essence.

A Merry Christmas to everyone! And I’m so excited about what we can do for our Christmas Special episodes next year. I hope you beautiful people have a wonderful new year as well!

Did you love our Caroling Episode with Where’s Ramona? What do you think of our two Christmas Special episodes? Anything you want us to do for our Christmas segments next year? Share it to us in the comment section below! Or better yet, send us a message on our Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh. Happy holidays!