The Korean wave always has a way of taking over the Filipino consciousness, whether it's in the form of a mushy drama about supernatural beings or a goddess-looking idol visiting her fans in Manila.
Other than being our basketball nemesis, the Koreans hold a special place in Pinoys' heart—there's something about their culture that leaves us feeling warm and fuzzy inside. Proof of the ongoing Hallyu craze is a new dance challenge that caught on not only because of its catchy tune and melodic beats, but also for the hypnotic pull of the original performers, the visually arresting nine-piece girl group, Momoland.
The reach of "Bboom Bboom" (171,181,590 views on YouTube as of writing) has gotten as far as some of your favorite local female celebrities having done their own cover of the viral dance:
Others needed the help of their male partners, but we're not focusing on them:
And finally, Angeline Quinto, who may have covered the wrong "Bboom Bboom":