PH SEVENTEEN fans shine with heartwarming ticketing stories

Online and onsite ticketing may be one of the nightmares K-Pop fans dreaded experiencing but they do not stop fans from showing how much of a big heart they have for their fellows. Filipino Carats, SEVENTEEN’s fandom name, proved this yesterday at the Ideal Cut in Manila ticketing day, August 19.

Posted Sunday early Sunday morning, Filipin fanbase Carat Land PH showed two Carats giving out burgers and fries to other Carats already waiting in line for the ticket selling. Some fans lined up as early as Friday evening to make sure that they would get their desired seats which explains why others decided to share food to those who were already in line.

In another news, up in the north in SM Baguio, a group of fans chipped in for a fan who went short of PHP 200 for a generic admission seat.

Reading these stories, Filipino Carats felt extremely proud of their fandom.

Do you have any other heartwarming stories you experienced at yesterday’s ticketing? Share them in the comments section below so we can add them here!

Dan Gambe
Dan is born in the 90’s who talks a lot when he writes. He has a love-hate relationship with writing, is fond of cats, and thinks mangoes are the key to world peace. The chances of him phonezoning you lies between 80 to 90 per cent, but he’ll speak to you if you speak to him so don’t be shy!

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