Decked in traditional Filipino fabric made into modern ensembles, SB19 took over a couple of Manila landmarks for today's PhilKor Festival performance.
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Fresh off their 2nd anniversary, the P-pop hitmakers were one of the performers for this year's Philippines-Korea Cultural Exchange Festival, a month-long celebration of Filipino-Korean relations. Performing 'Alab' and 'Go Up,' the pop stars gave it their all, showcasing Filipino talent alongside the National Museum of Natural History and Rizal Park (Luneta Park).
🎥 #SB19atPhilKor— SB19 Official (@SB19Official) October 31, 2020
Missed our performance at the #PhilKorFest2020?
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Balik Batik, who worked with the group on their outfits for the day, shared how thankful they were to be able to work with SB19. The brand also revealed how the final output was a product of their collaboration with the quintet's "ideas and vision".
Grateful for the opportunity to work with @SB19Official! We worked hard to create these custom pieces, at sana magustuhan niyo ang hardwork namin! We worked with their ideas, their vision, and made it happen for them. PROUDLY FILIPINO. SUPPORT LOCAL! pic.twitter.com/OxRLODS6LS— balik batik 🇵🇭 (@balikbatik) October 31, 2020
A'TINs (SB19 fans) all over the world tuned in to the performance and shared their live reactions on Twitter. Check out some of them here:
BALIK BATIK + PERFORMANCE ON LUNETA?? = WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE FROM PPOP KINGS SB19@SB19Official#SB19atPhilKor— riss #4YearsWithEXOCBX (@designerjah) October 31, 2020
Oh my gosh! You always leave us with all these mixed emotions of excitement, kilig, happiness & pride.— Sheena🍂SheeKEN🍂ѕιѕιω ѕqυα∂🐣💗🐔ʏᴘ ⁶⁰⁹⁴ (@SheenaQueen68) October 31, 2020
Namiss ko yung school ko nung nakita ko yung Luneta 😭🥰🥳
SB19 VotingDay@SB19Official @keun16308352@jah447798 @JoshCullen_s@stellajero_ @imszmc#SB19atPhilKor pic.twitter.com/Glnssleel3
PERFORMING AT LUNETA PARK AND WEARING BATIK-BATIK. THEY ARE PROUDLY REPRESENTING PHILIPPINES! I'M CRYING T_T SB19 NEVER FAILS TO AMAZE US. YOU ARE WORTH STANNING FOR!— dri • inactive (@potatodri) October 31, 2020
A'TIN, LET'S RAISE OUR FLAGS AND OUR LIGHTSTICKS (kung meron man dejk) 🇵🇭@SB19Official #SB19atPhilKor pic.twitter.com/XYJniy7PI9
SB19 shared how the performance came to be with a behind-the-scenes vlog on their YouTube channel. Check it out here:
The group's animated music video, 'Hanggang Sa Huli' - directed by SB19 member Justin de Dios and animated by Juju Arts - recently broke 1 million views on YouTube.
SB19 are set to hold their first online concert on November 21 via Global Live. Tickets priced at 14 AUD (approx. 486 PHP), exclusive of ticketing fees and GST, are now on sale. Get tickets here.
Watch SB19's performance of 'Alab' and 'Go Up' here: