Annyeonghaseyo, Merry-G0-Rounds! If you still can’t get enough of the girls behind “Bboom Bboom” and “BAAM,” you’re just in luck because K-POP group Momoland is coming back (once again) to the Philippines!
Known as the originators for the “Bboom Bboom” and “BAAM” dance craze on social media, Momoland is going to hold another fanmeeting in Manila on January 25 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum next year.
The official social media accounts of the Araneta Center in Quezon City made the announcement last November 19.
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Who are they and how did Momoland rose to fame?
For starters, they’re a south-korean girl group formed by MLD Entertainment through the 2016 reality show Finding Momoland. The show winners became the seven members: Hyebin, Yeonwoo, Jane, Nayun, JooE, Ahin, and Nancy. After debuting with Welcome to Momoland, they added two members, Daisy and Kim Taeha in the mix last 2017.
They made a comeback with their third extended play (EP), Great! making “Bboom Bboom” as their title track. There were accusations and denied allegations that happened from Serebro and Shinsadong Tiger.
The group held promotional events in Tokyo and Osaka from February 24 until March 4, 2018 and from there, they have garnered 25,000 spectators at an event held in Japan over four days.
MLD Entertainment confirmed that Momoland would be making their comeback on June 26, 2018 and on June 7, they confirmed that they would be releasing their fourth EP entitled, Fun to the World. On August 9, Momoland became the first girl group (and second act) to earn a platinum certification by Gaon Music Chart since their hit song, “Bboom Bboom” garnered 100 million streams.
What to expect in a fanmeeting?
First, you have to know what is a fanmeeting. It’s a meeting fans session where it involves 40% or less than 40% of performances and 60% interaction with fans. It may include talk segment, interviews, playing games, Q&A, skits). They would perform their songs from all of their albums or EPs. It could be less.
What can you do?
You get to see their playful side. Fanmeeting is where K-POP idols get to play around more and not really focus on giving their best in performing. It depends on the idol groups, some of them would allow the fans to make a prior request on which songs they would like them to sing or cover.
Also, you can meet other fans and have new friends. Basically, have fun!
Ticket prices are as follows:
SVIP Seated – Php 7,000
VIP Standing – Php 6,000
Patron Seated – Php 5,000
Lower Box – Php 3,500
Upper Box – Php 2,500
General Admission – Php 1,500
Ticket selling will start on December 16 at Ticketnet Outlets nationwide and online at ticketnet.com.ph