Momoland incorporates Filipino culture into their new music video

Rejoice, Momoland fans! Looks like the all-female K-Pop group took notice of the fact that they are very famous here in the Philippines. In their most recent music video for “Baam,” the group incorporated a few elements of the Filipino culture!

The group launched the new video just last Tuesday, June 26. Visible in the background are jeepneys, which are a common mode of transportation in the Philippines.

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One of the group’s members, Nancy, was proudly holding a Philippine flag. Fans have dubbed Nancy as the look-alike of Kapamilya actress Liza Soberano. In addition to this, the entire K-pop group was also wearing the traditional baro’t saya for women.

Needless to say, Filipino fans were more than elated that our country’s culture was showcased in the video. It triggered a sense of “Filipino pride” among Momoland fans, and they just couldn’t get enough of the all-female group.

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A lot of netizens took to social media to share their reactions. Here are some of their comments:


Momoland is the K-Pop group behind the famous “Bboom Bboom”, a song that has gained insane popularity in the Philippines. Its choreography earned notoriety in a variety shows across the country, with the song having been performed by local artists in programs such as “ASAP,” “Eat Bulaga,”“It’s Showtime,” and “Sunday PINASaya.”


Watch the entire video here!


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