Nancy of Momoland, the lookalike of Liza Soberano, holds up PH flag in music video

by James Patrick Anarcon
Jun 26, 2018
Nancy of the Korean girl group Momoland held the Philippine flag in the music video of their new song titled "Baam."


Pinoy fans of Korean girl group Momoland are elated to see the group's music video for their song "Baam."

The new music video, which was launched today, June 26, featured the Philippines.

Momoland member Nancy was seen holding the Philippine flag. She has been dubbed as the lookalike of Liza Soberano.


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The members of the K-pop group also danced in front of a background featuring jeepneys, a popular form of transportation in the Philippines.

Two of the girls are wearing baro't saya, the national costume of Philippine women.


Throug Twitter, Momoland fans expressed their reactions to the inclusion of these Pinoy elements in the music video:

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Momoland is the girl group behind the song "Bboom Bboom," which became popular in the Philippines.

The song and its dance steps were performed in some Pinoy TV shows such as ASAP, Eat Bulaga, It's Showtime, and Sunday PINASaya.

Nancy recently said that they were "honored" when Liza Soberano did the dance steps of their song "Bboom Bboom."


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