- A video before the start of the NCAA basketball game at the MOA Arena between Perpetual and San Beda went viral
- The video shows a Perpetual student dancing to the tune of Bboom Bboom
- The dancer was identified as Van Kurt RJ Francisco
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The “Bboom Bboom” dance craze continues to rage on in the Philippines.
KAMI learned that a video of a male student dancing passionately to the tune of the hit K-Pop song by Momoland before the start of the NCAA Season 94 game between San Beda and University of Perpetual Help at the Mall of Asia Arena has gone viral, garnering over two million views already.
According to GMA Network Entertainment, Jean Claude Catacutan, the dancer is Van Kurt RJ Francisco, his classmate at Perpetual taking up Business Administration Major in Marketing Management.
"'Yung friend mong lumagok ng 1 gallon na energy drink! Nancy, kabahan ka na,” Jean wrote as a caption.
Here is the dance video of Van Kurt:
“Bboom Bboom” has become the most popular K-Pop song of the year in the Philippines, with several celebrities such as Yassi Pressman, Kyline Alcantara, Loisa Andalio, Angeline Quinto, Maja Salvador and Barbie Imperial performing the dance.
Momoland first became popular in the country due to the resemblance of its member, Nancy, to Filipina actress Liza Soberano, as previously reported.
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