K-pop group Momoland showcases Filipino culture in music video

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, June 27) — It won't be surprising if K-pop group Momoland will start another craze among Filipino fans.

The group just released a new song yesterday called "Baam" from their "Fun to the World" mini-album. It is currently trending on Youtube and has already garnered at least 3.7 million views.

In the music video, the girls are seen dancing in different locations around the world. They're on an adventure all over France, Vietnam, Egypt, and Korea.

What caught the attention of fans is when one of their members, Nancy McDonie, waved the Philippine flag with colorful jeepneys in the background.

Many say that she resembles 20-year-old actress Liza Soberano because of their similar facial features.

 

In a Facebook live video on June 23, the group announced that they would love to meet the Filipino community and maybe even Soberano, who joined the "Bboom Bboom" dance craze as well.

Momoland will be heading to Manila on August 18.