The Philippines is known to be home of naturally talented individuals, especially in singing and dancing. With the help of social media, they can now share their talents with the world and even be discovered. With that in mind, a video of a Filipino young boy danced the Momoland hits recently went viral on social media.
Nowadays, Filipinos are becoming more welcoming with different cultures and to our neighbor countries. The Korean culture, in particular, greatly impacted us and now becoming very close to our hearts.
There are so many Filipinos that are now influenced by the Korean culture especially in the entertainment industry. As a result, K-POP fas are willing to learn their language just to fully grasp the songs of their favorite K-POP group. One of those is the all-girls K-POP group Momoland.
Momoland has various hits that became dance crazes and dance challenges in the Philippines. This includes Bboom Bboom and Baam Challenge. In fact, Filipinos uploaded various versions of these dance challenges.
Recently, a video of a Filipino young boy danced the Momoland hits went viral on social media because of his dance moves and that way he moves his hips.
It seems like he’s one of the members of the girl group because of his grace and posture. The video was posted by one Facebook user named Jhen Abrenica and the little boy was his nephew.
The caption of the post read:
“PRESENTING BAMBAM DANCE
Mana sa tita kahit di na ako marunong sumayaw
Sya po pala yung batang nag viral at nag trending youtube and facebook po
So proud of you pamangkin
Share ko lang video ko with him.☺ Thank you sa mga makakapanuod”
As of writing, the video earned 3K reactions, 5.4K shares, and 256K views.
Watch the video of a Filipino young boy danced the Momoland hits below:
PRESENTING BAMBAM DANCE 👏👏👏Mana sa tita kahit di na ako marunong sumayaw 😂Sya po pala yung batang nag viral at nag trending youtube and facebook po ☺So proud of you pamangkin 😘 Share ko lang video ko with him ☺ Thank you sa mga makakapanuod 😘💕
Posted by Jhen Abrenica on Wednesday, September 26, 2018